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About primeflycompany

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  1. Thanks- tried deleting the photos from March- it won't let me lol. But lots of production this month so far.
  2. Orders this month- Lot of Flugenzombies, Flugenzombie Minis, Gravity Rainbows, Double Barrel Poppers, Prime Shrimp, various pike flies, etc.
  3. Finished Order of Gravity's Rainbows and Flugenzombies, the new Flugenzombie Rainbow color variant, and a high and tight Bucktail Deceiver in a EP Peanut Butter color.
  4. Here is a Hover 2.0 It's really cool because there is a Flymen Double Popper in the front as like an extreme intruder bump but what it does is keep the fly from nose diving head first on the pause. Really cool suspending effect in the water. Definitely will have a few more of these in my pike boxes for Spring. -XXL Pacchiarini Dragon Tail -4/0 Partridge Universal Predator X Size 2 Ahrex Predator Trailer Hook 60# titanium wire connection Hollow Bucktail Tail Yellow Chartreuse Flashabou Blend- Magnum Flash Blend (Straight Gold x 4, Opal x 4, Green x 4, Silver x 2) cut in half and tapered 60/40 Standard Flashabou Blend- Silver, Opal, Glow in the Dark Green Body- Chocklett Filler Dub with Chartreuse Polar Chenille Head- Medium Flymen Head Hollow Bucktail- Yellow Chartreuse Hollow Tied Squimpish (very sparse for flash/taper) Head- 3" EP Chromatic Brush Black Eyes- Fly Tyer's Dungeon Glued with 5 min epoxy Coated with Solarez Flex Resin
  5. Flies off the vise for orders this week.
  6. Definitely not to just cut wing cases- I know a lot of pike guys who use them to cut custom ultra suede tail shapes- stuff like cohen's tails, kiley's stuff, paccharini, etc. All can be cut on those machines. I think Pat uses a laser cutting machine, but it's a pretty thin materials. Off the top- I would cut foam strips, ultra suede tails, raffia, stencil patterns, -
  7. @FliesbyNight Very nice bench- I'll having a custom desk made next year (I tried a small roll top, but, it's too restrictive for me) and having that garbage feature is really smart. I've been thinking of just making it circular hole so I can hook up a shop vac directly to it.
  8. I would definitely tie up some 239 Flies Megalolipops (tan/pink, chartruese/olive) and some Backwater Fly FC Pinfish.
  9. hahaha, yea kind of. I'll work on more pics today just to share a few things that might help others. But, all of that started with humble beginnings. This was my first tying bench and my favorite. Sometime in 2016
  10. Here is a photo from two years ago that covers 1/3rd or so of my workshop. Somehow, it has still grown over those two years. Organization is paramount with a beast like this. There have been a few funny moments along the way- losing ALL of my hare's masks for a year, only to find them when looking for my ostrich herl. Immediately to the right is metal slat wall, and to the right of that a pegboard and on the door is all of my flash- I'll grab a photo. To the left of this frame is a giant warehouse shelf that holds bigger tools (foot pedal dubbing brush machine, drying wheels, dubbing blenders, airbrush and compressor, plus excess/bulk materials, an acrylic thread dispenser, an acrylic fly bin, packing materials, etc. To the left of that is 3 more wood slatwalls and a fly tying bookshelf. I'll post more photos when the light is decent
  11. A Ported Popper and a Pike Slider. Check out my latest ties on Instagram @primeflycompany
  12. Nope- I don't do any of this lol. Place hook in vise, tie fly, whip finish- REPEAT.
  13. Really like this and your rainbow warrior twist. Nice ties. This in black, olive, or mottled of both kindve ed shenk sculpin esque) would be a killer sculpin imitation
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