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Djfan

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  1. 1 hour ago, kerusso said:

    It's a pattern that certainly has some very fishy components.  Wood duck is one of my favorite materials to use on a fly.  I have not tied/fished  this fly yet.  I do have some sulpher soft hackles that closely resembles this fly.  Are you still using this fly?  If so, any success?

    I haven't in years.  Ironically, I used to use it when I lived in CA and fished the Lower Owens.  So, planettrout's post is timely.

     

    I'm just really into older patterns.  It's my focus, and so I brought this one out.  If you try it, let us know.


  2. Truth is, I came here because I found that the moderators on another popular site were not very impressive.  I came here in hopes that someone who loves to tie, fly fish, teach others to do the same, meet up with members for fun fishing, etc., will be able do respectfully descent on topics that other people bring up.

     

    And to tie better.


  3. 2 hours ago, cphubert said:

    Welcome from Connecticut, hope you enjoy the site! Herd somewhere that you need a 12wt to dry fly fish Wyoming and its only good till it gets windy :)  

     

    Thanks.  There's no wind in Wyoming.

     

    My son is moving to NH soon.  I hope to get him the addiction.


  4. Nice.  I live in South/Central WY.  Fishing the No. Platte is my thing.  Love that river.  Sometimes I get down to the Poudre in No Colorado, but it's all burning now.  

     

    My plan is to stay away from the Yellowstone area often.  The crowds and CA drivers are nuts.  Love the Galitan, though.  You picked a great place to learn to fly fish!

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