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  1. Hi folks. Looking at the forum over recent times spey flies are showing up a lot and Eastern is hosting a swap for this style of fly. What has struck me, as someone that doesn't tie this style and would like to start is what some people class as a Spey fly. In my mind Spey or Dee flies all pretty much look similar with a tented wing and long flowing hackle fibres beneath the hook. A good example of how I imagine spey flies ishttp://www.bobfrandsenflies.com/deeandspeyflies.htm. Someone who I know ties a great spey is Riffleriversteelheadslayer and he posted http://www.flytyingforum.com/index.php?showtopic=38236 as an example of a spey but this is quite a way from what I imagine as a Spey. So guess my question is what is a Spey fly? What does it have to contain to be this style of fly?
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