Jump to content
Fly Tying


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About Li'lDave

  • Rank
    Advanced Member
  • Birthday 05/11/1975

Previous Fields

  • Favorite Species
  • Security

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
  • ICQ

Profile Information

  • Location
    Townsville, North Queensland, Australia

Recent Profile Visitors

21,093 profile views
  1. Merry Christmas from Down under! Thank you so much Rudy C. The trout flies will travel to Tasmania with me at end of Jan. And Chris from LA, the salty box has some amazing flies. Thank you too! I hope there are some happy people who received my offerings this year! I'm sorry I don't participate much any more .... And Vicrider. Thank you for your work year in and year out. Thank you again!
  2. an unweighted prawn... Shell pink flat waxed nylon Marabou Epoxy eyes 30lb hard mono for the weedguard. Size 2 mustad c70sd
  3. Wow @utyer Thanks for playing. Looking forward to playing with this one!
  4. A few impressionistic crabs to complement a bunch of shrimps. I've posted them before, but just in case. A couple of good mates were looking for a fly that would suit some of our local flats dwellers... a few tweaks on Del's merkin and the VGDC was born (Voltzy's Goldy Destroyer Crab)... This batch contains a couple of size 2's as well as 1/0s... and a colour combination that suits both Golden trevally and permit. Marabou Rooster cape feathers Epoxy/mono eyes Yellow round rubber legs EP fibre or similar (e.g. congo hair) Large dumbbell eyes
  5. No problem man. Take your time.
  6. Crazy Charlie (these aren't for bones... probably way too overdressed) Size 4 Mustad C70SD D-rib Crystal flash Calf tail (pink is arctic fox) 5/32 or 3/16 dumbells
  7. 1/0 barra bunnies in the only 3 combinations you'll ever need.
  8. Some smaller, lightly weighted shrimp for fishing amongst timber. Size 2 mustad C70SD
  9. Nice... Here's another....
  10. Have had a bunch... Started with the old indian clamp vises and a few other generic vises... then eventually found a Stonfo flytec when I got tired of spending money on a new vise every 6 to 12 months, which has served well for a couple of years... Earlier this year I picked up a Regal Medallion... not rotary, but does well for many patterns.... I go back to the Stonfo for it's rotary capabilities at times.
  11. @Chasing_Tails ... thanks for the step by step. Here is my attempt at the Kwan as you described... plus a weedguard because of where I might be able to fish it. Awesome tie....
  • Create New...