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“Coot & Purple”.   Gaelic supreme. Sz 14

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9 hours ago, Bacchus_2 said:

Give it a whirl,

Thanks Don, I think I will.

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Just now, flytire said:

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twisted wire stonefly - old tying technique

 

How are you twisting your wire to line up better 

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i used 3 wires. 2 yellow and 1 brown

i used my rotary vise to twist them. i don't have a fancy twisting device

then i attached the wires to the hook. i'm not sure how they all lined up as i wrapper the wires forward. i guess it was just dumb luck

another example using 1 color of twisted wires

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On 1/7/2021 at 7:15 AM, SBPatt said:

Schmuddler

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Schminnow/Muddler.  Blind version here; sans the usual, prominent bead-chain eyes.

hook - WFC Model 6 #6
thread - Danville Flat Wax white
tail - marabou white 
body - Estaz pearl
head/collar - pronghorn white

Regards,
Scott

Really like this and your rainbow warrior twist. Nice ties. This in black, olive, or mottled of both kindve ed shenk sculpin esque) would be a killer sculpin imitation

 

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12 hours ago, Moshup said:

“Coot & Purple”.   Gaelic supreme. Sz 14

 

(Pic cut for brevity) Nice tie!

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Tied a few of these soft hackle Flavs last night. Then a turkey tail nymph(like pheasant tail)cause I had a spare hook on my desk. Used Krystal flash for the rib and olive superfine for the thorax and 4 turkey tail fibers for everything else. I think it's a 20 or 22. The Flavs are 14s. I've posted the recipe before. 

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