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Hendrickson No Hackle

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Hook: TMC 101 #14

Tail: Ginger Pardo CDL

Body: Hendrickson goose biot

Wing: Mallard quill

Thorax and head: Superfine Tan dubbing

 

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^^^. That’s a  pretty awesome tie  toothy !!! 🤩

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GS & M. Soft hackle 

Hook. ...... Tiemco 2487. Sz 14
Thread. ...... Pearsall’s silk dark orange
Body. ...... Mole touch dubbed
Thorax. ..... Orange seal with a touch of orange ice dub. Pic does not show it as orange  but it is !
Hackle. ..... Red Grouse

 

 

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9 hours ago, Toothy said:

Hendrickson No Hackle

Very nice tie, Toothy!  Do you fish these often? 

 

9 hours ago, Moshup said:

GS & M. Soft hackle 

Slim, sparse  body and great markings on the grouse, a real beauty, Moshup

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A couple of real nice ties, @cphubert.  I only recently started paying more attention to those white tipped starling feathers, I'm surprised they are not used more for this kind of tie.  I have a long list of 'nexts' on my shopping list, but a dyed starling is near the top.  

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1 hour ago, niveker said:

Very nice tie, Toothy!  Do you fish these often? 

Thank you niveker! I do enjoy fishing these no hackle flies. I just completed tying 2 dozen of this very pattern. The wings obviously don’t stay together once you start fishing them but that doesn’t hinder their effectiveness.  If you are fishing less turbulent water I am not sure there is a pattern that gives a superior profile. 

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11 hours ago, Moshup said:

^^^. That’s a  pretty awesome tie  toothy !!! 🤩

 

10 hours ago, chugbug27 said:

There's a beauty

Thanks guys!  I think I finally got my camera adjusted to take some acceptable photos thanks to a few of the guys here and the tips they provided. 

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another soft hackle

Claret & Starling

hook mustad 3606

thread claret silk, body silk thread abdomen, peacock herl thorax. starling hackle

 

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One more

Hen & Green

hook- mustad 3906. thread- white underbody switch to black for hackle/head

body- chartreuse silk & Kelly green silk, twisted independently then twisted to buttonhole twist

hackle- hen or partridge 

head- peacock herl head

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Krystal egg sucking leech, olive/pink

Hook: Mustad 4x long streamer, #6

Thread: Uni-Thread 6/0, red

Tail: Marabou, olive brown

Flash: Krystal flash, olive

Body: Leech yarn, olive (combed out)

Ribbing: Saddle hackle, barred olive grizzly

Egg: Standard Estaz, fuscia

 

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