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Brown Buck

 

hook - wet/nymph style

thread - black

tag - embossed silver tinsel

ribbing - peacock herl and counter-ribbed with fine oval gold tinsel

body - brown floss or uni-stretch

wing - black squirrel tail

 

Charles DeFeo

 

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Red Bodied Sleeker

 

hook - wet/nymph style

thread - black

tail - 4-5 golden pheasant tippets

ribbing - white thread

body - red wool, floss or uni-stretch

throat - ginger hackle fibers

wing - mallard flank or woodduck

 

Charles DeFeo

I think all of us non professionals appreciate the recipes being posted like this. Please post these like fly tyer does. It really is appreciated.

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Tarcher Nymph

Hook - Daiichi 1167 #16
Thread - Uni 17/0
Bead - 2MM Tungsten, Olive

Tail - Boar Bristle, aftershaft tuft

Abdomen - Peacock Quill, Olive, Loon UV Resin - Flow
Wingcase - Medallion Sheeting - Brn, Loon UV Resin - Thick
Thorax - CDC - Ginger, Lemon Wood Duck


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Kimo

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Couple of "copper" poppers for redfish with glitter bodies, kids hair for tails, and the hair w/flash dubbed for hackles.

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A friend, who fly fishes for Muskies is getting married soon. In addition to the gift, I tied these up for him as a surprise.

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If his wife isn't as "understanding" of his fishing addiction as you are ... you're making an enemy for life. But at least you'll keep your fishing partner !!!

 

Good looking pike, er ... musky, bait, too !!!

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RCRP Midge Emerger, Olive

Hook - Daiichi 1167 #16

Thread - Uni 17/0

Tail - Boar Bristle

Abdomen - Peacock Quill - Olive, Loon UV Resin - Thick

Thorax - CDC, Olive

Parachute - Grizzly Dyed Golden, Medium Dun

Playing with different hooks and thorax materials.

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Kimo

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milk weed fly

 

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hook- streamer/nymph style

thread - black

tail - wood duck

ribbing - flat silver tinsel

body - orange floss or uni-stretch

throat - black and white barred wood duck

wing - white milk weed fibers

 

tying note - i have no idea where to find milk weed bushes in my local area, so i used the next closest thing - white marabou

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Carp flies on sz 8 glo bug hooks.

Dumbbell or bead chain eyes

Hen hackle palmered at the bend

FTD bug legs

Very small amount of gold flash (or skip it)

Rabbit for from a zonker strip in a dubbing loop

More hen hackle if you didn't have enough dubbing 😁

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Minno-Fly

 

Hook- streamer style

Thread – black, white and tan

Body – built up tapered white thread, pearl tinsel and covered with clear cellophane

Back – 4-6 strands of peacock herl

Throat – red calf tail

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phil

 

i do from time to time make mistakes and basically have to start over. not every fly i tie comes out the first try

 

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ant gone wrong

 

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hackle too small

 

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first try at brown buck body

 

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i personally like to post the best quality flies i can tie so others can tie them too

 

I was just thinking as I perused your flies, "Dang, he just keeps plugging away at perfect flies".....lol

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i try my best

 

if its start to go wrong ill undo the wraps and start over or use a blade and cut everything off the hook

 

if im going to present the flies i tie on a forum or internet they should at least good and in focus

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