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Lucian.Vasies

Member Since 11 Oct 2015
Offline Last Active Today, 01:00 AM
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In Topic: Do you still use them? Which are your favorite wet flies

Yesterday, 03:00 AM

Another color that worked great for me was rusty ( Uni Thread 8/0 non waxed)  but purple and partridge and yellow and partridge where deadly  for a few good seasons.


In Topic: The best vise ever

21 March 2019 - 12:39 AM

I'd love to see it :)


In Topic: Different nymphs for starting season

21 March 2019 - 12:38 AM

Hi Charlie,

The tail is genuine Coq de Leon ( from Spain ): Flor de escoba sin penca mixed with Corzuno Medio. The Whiting version is a different thing, not comparable with  Coq de Leon

These flies sink fast, in fact are comparable with  Perdigon nymphs:

*Slim profile, 

*slick material used in body,

*tungsten beads 

*one or 2 turns of CDC which is not water resistant like dubbing or anything similar


In Topic: Quill Gordon

19 March 2019 - 01:45 PM

thanks :)


In Topic: Quill Gordon

16 March 2019 - 07:20 AM

Thanks Mvendon,  I will save the document :) very interesting.   Because I started filling my boxes and I found some hackles ( usually I tie dry flies with CDC mostly )  I tied a few Gordon Quill variations with hackle in front.

 Here it is:

blog-quill-gordon-and-partridge.jpg

 

blog-quill-gordon-and-partridgefront-vie

 

One question, why is the reason to tie catskill flies without head  or almost nothing) Lot of space left free right behind the hook eye?

Lucian