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Some heavy, leech-y bugs for moving water bass and trout. Some 2s and 6s in there. 

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1 hour ago, Fisherboy0301 said:

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Some heavy, leech-y bugs for moving water bass and trout. Some 2s and 6s in there. 

Really like the bottom left one! Going to have to try that color combo
and blend the black into the orange as you have.

Kimo

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3 hours ago, TheCream said:

 

 

 

 

 

Excellent stuff Jeff!

Kimo

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You all are killing it this month. I think someone had mentioned soft hackle dry flies. I gave it a go. Size 18. Those tiny hun feathers are way too delicate for these ham hands 

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42 minutes ago, Sandan said:

You all are killing it this month. 

 

Agreed on the posted flies.  One of the best features on this site, wish I could comment on all of them. 

 

44 minutes ago, Sandan said:

 I think someone had mentioned soft hackle dry flies. I gave it a go. Size 18. Those tiny hun feathers are way too delicate for these ham hands 

Looks good, with my milking hands I would not even attempt it.  

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A couple of soft hackles. The first is ruffed grouse and hare's ear. 20200526_200459.jpg

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The second is mallard dyed wood duck, beaver, and ruffed grouse.

 

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Gartside’s “Merlin” sz 14

 

 

 

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Oh oh. A French tie I believe.

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10 minutes ago, niveker said:

Fox squirrel nymphs for BB's Jig Fly swap:

 

What size are they?

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