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CentralOregonFlyFisher

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About CentralOregonFlyFisher

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    Bait Fisherman

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    Trout
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    Bend, Oregon

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  1. Congratulations on your first fly!  I still remember mine as well - got it from an Outdoor Life article printed in ~1972.  Also, (warning a commercial is coming!) I am running a series of swaps designed for newer tiers.  Check the "Fly Swaps & Contests" section of this site.  The first swap STREAMERS is full but I just posted the second installment today - NYMPHS.  There are two posts in this (Beginners Section) section explaining the swap series as well if you'd like.  Look for the "new tiers" flags.

    I now return you to your regularly scheduled program.

    Kim

  2. Looks like a fun fly to tie. And thanks for the additional tips on how to fish it.
  3. Thanks for the input. That's a good idea and something I will certainly try.
  4. It's a Hareline plummeting tungsten bead 3/32" in gold. Purchased it at a local fly shop along with the other materials.
  5. Size 18 zebra midge with an ice dub UV black collar. Got a touch heavy with the dubbing. Oh, well.
  6. Prince nymph. I could replce it with split shot and get better results.
  7. In my area, a zebra midge fishes year round so that'd be my choice.
  8. Greetings from Central Oregon. New to fly tying but the intro class I took got me hooked. Spend my time chasing trout on the Deschutes, Crooked and Fall rivers primarily. Tightlines everyone.
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