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  1. These are quite popular mayfly (baetis) patterns because they sink quickly due to the two beads. Where I was fishing on the Animas, the water was very murky, and I had to get deep to reach them. The trout were looking for mayfly nymphs, and this worked great. Also the flashabou back really adds to the flash and noticeability of this fly. Hook: Umpqua U101 size 18 Tail: Michrofibbets Weight: 2 quantity of 2mm sized brass beads Thread: Ultra Thread 70 dark brown Rib: Ultra Wire - small - dark olive Thorax: super fine dubbing - brown Legs: Partridge neck feather Thorax casing: Flashabou Adhesive: Solarez UV Curing Resin - Bone Dry formula
  2. Would anyone be interested in doing a mayfly swap? Leave a comment and I can count you in. I'll post more rules as we go along.
  3. The Universal Mayfly Nymph will help you in many different situations.. http://www.w-fabisch.com/universal_mayfly_nymph.html Have fun, Wolfgang
  4. Here's my newest YouTube tutorial, this time featuring a technique to create extended body mayflies. These are many variations to this method, yet I wanted to share a simple and effective one with all. Enjoy! TC
  5. Long time no walked around here, so I want to show my last works ... See what they seem ... Zonker by Toto® The step by step they can see it at: http://www.totofly.cl/2014/04/zonker-toto/ MR. HANKEY Mouse by Toto® The step by step they can see it at: http://www.totofly.cl/2014/04/raton-mr-hankey-toto/ WALLY WING by Toto® The step by step they can see it at: http://www.totofly.cl/2014/04/wally-wing-toto/ Also I take to show an amazing trip, that I made last month, to the beautiful Lake Yelcho - in Chile. The Hotel in Patagonia Yelcho I leave you a summary: http://www.totofly.cl/2014/03/hotel-yelcho-en-la-patagonia-la-entrada-al-paraiso-patagonico-chileno/ And a sample .... Hope you like ... A hug ... Toto®
  6. pauliusm

    Olive Mayfly

    https://vimeo.com/66618242 http://www.facebook.com/pages/Muselinelt/116044168444360?fref=ts
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