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Erie Steelhead Streamers

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With the end of the mayfly hatches in SW PA and only fall caddis to worry about tying, my thoughts have turned to fall and Erie steel. While I'll be sure to restock my egg box at some point before October, the steelhead streamers take a bit more time, thought, and effort to tie, so I'm getting started now. Here's a few pics of flies i've been tying:

 

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Questions, comments, critiques, suggestions...all are welcome. :)

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Wow man! these are absolutely beautiful. I love the contrast between light and dark colors in some of the flies. Again, props! :thumbup:

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lovin the rusty rat

i catch alot of heavy browns in fast water on that fly

if i may advise try a blue charm if salmon are in the river they like it

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Just as a quick update:

 

A local fly shop just added me (and the above pictures of speys) to the featured tyers section of their website!

 

http://www.content-angler.com/featuredflytyers2.html

 

 

Ok Mark, now your bragging :P just saying B)

from fish erie screen name flyguy638 Bruce

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