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Razamataz

Hook: Mustad 3407, #2

Thread: Uni-Thread 6/0, red

Tail: EP fiber, Everglades 3-d

Striping: Sharpie marker, brown

Flash: Firefly flash, gold

Body: Pearl Chenille, medium, brown

Eyes: Bead chain, brass, medium

Head: Tinsel Chenille, red

Weedguard: Mono, 25lb

Is it a minnow, is is a shrimp? Who knows? A redfish will eat it though...

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Hendrickson Emerger

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Hook: TMC 206 BL size 12

Tail: CDL with Brown EP Trigger Fibers over the top

Body: Tan goose biot

Thorax: Tan Superfine Dubbing

Legs: Short fine deer hair in a dubbing loop

Wing: Gray CDC

Head: Tan Superfine Dubbing

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1 hour ago, dogfacedoc said:

Holy grail caddis emerger

You see those mostly with Partridge,  I like your choice of hackle much better.  Very nice.    

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25 minutes ago, niveker said:

You see those mostly with Partridge,  I like your choice of hackle much better.  Very nice.    

Mostly because I don't have partridge! Just hen saddle at the moment. 

 

Thanks!

 

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Looking for something to do with the waste feathers from a saddle. Two of them under and behind the rabbit.

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Wally Wing Mayfly (Olive)

Hook: Dry fly #14

Thread: Uni-Thread 6/0, olive

Tail: Hackle tips, lt. dun

Body: Goose biot, olive

Wing: Mallard flank, natural

Hackle: Cape, lt. dun

First attempt at the wally wing style. interesting wing that will take a bit of tweaking to get good at, but looks to produces a beautiful result when done right.

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“Grouse & Gold”

Hook. ....... Partridge SUD2. Sz14
Thread. ...... Pearsall’s gossamer gold
Body. ....... Hare’s ear lightly dubbed
Thorax. ...... Orange seal & rabbit
Hackle. ...... Red grouse. one side of hackle stripped

 

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11 hours ago, dogfacedoc said:

Just hen saddle

If I had to choose between a half dozen different color hen backs or one partridge skin for the same price, I'd go with the hen backs.   

6 hours ago, Moshup said:

“Grouse & Gold”

I'll take a dozen, please!  If you could get them here by Saturday morning I would appreciate it, the predicted 40 degree weather is my winter fishing cue.      

That softer green background nicely shows off your fly.    

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Thread Frenchie

Category - Nymph/Midge fly

Hook - Straight or jig style

Bead - Brass or tungsten in gold, silver, black etc

Thread - Your favorite color

Tail - Coq de Leon feather fibers

Ribbing - Silver, gold, copper wire

Body - Tying thread

Thorax - Ice dubbing in pink, orange, yellow etc

Add a band of hot orange thread behind the bead if desired

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8 hours ago, danthebugman said:

Walt's Worms

Simple and effective.  

Welcome 

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Bling Midge

Category - Midges

Hook - Your favorite style

Thread - Your favorite color

Body - Tying thread

Thorax - Tinsel and tying thread

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