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2nd Contest - 2013 Trout flies for Rivers
Horseshoes posted a topic in Fly Swaps & ContestsTROUT FLIES FOR RIVERS CONTEST READ CAREFULLY DEADLINE: September 1, 2013 FLY TYPE: Muddler Minnow (all variations) PRIZE: 60 bags of SDNS Dubbing ENTRIES: Unlimited Flies will be judged by quality and composition of the fly. Judging will also include public voting where pictures will be posted. Flies will not be returned. All inquiries should go to [email protected] Include your name and email address and a mailing info sheet will be sent. So.. Make your flies. Contact me for mailing information. Mail your flies A link for voting will be posted here and emailed to entrants. Any questions can be asked in this forum also. I have given 3 months till cut off because the summer fishing takes up a lot of our time. Good Luck!!! 1ST Prize list SDNS Premium – Claret, Tan, Algae, Grub, Camel, Dark Green, Dark Brown, Beige Fire, Beige Sea, Beige Land, Beige Ice, and Claret Ice. (12) SDNS Hare – Snow, Black and Tan. (3) SDNS M Series – Cream Grub (1) SDNS Web – White and Grey. (2) SDNS Coal Mix – Beetleback, Peacock, Steelwool and Black Fly. (4) SDNS Nickel – Red, Ivory, Salmon, Light Blue, Yellow, Light Pink, Black, Purple, Orange, Tan, Dark Red and Grey. (12) SDNS Hues – Shrimpit, Orange, Red and Grey. (4) SDNS Frost – Fire and Sea (2) SDNS River Dub – Black Seal, Brown Marmot, Dark Brown Raccoon, Black Muskrat, Dark Brown and cream Mink, Tan Badger and Ivory Wolf. (8) SDNS Mix – Black, Tan, Dark Red, Salmon, Light Blue, Ivory, Bmix and Grey. (8) SDNS Blackhook - Dark Red and Green. (2) SDNS Hint – Red (1) SDNS Light – Caddis (1) 2nd Prize We have a hook holder with 6 clips nicely placed in a wooden base. Finely crafted and donated by Fishingbobnelson. I have one and it adds class to my tying bench. Makes my flies look a lot better too. LOL. Thanks for your generosity Bob. I will post a picture later on.
shoebop posted a topic in The Fly Tying BenchActually my first attempt at tying a muddler. This meant to be a sparse pattern that I "borrowed" and adapted from Hans Weilenman.