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Awesome tyes! and great advice to. Sparse is good, really goodI went to my club meeting a week ago and listened to a steelhead guide talk about his flies while he was tying before the presentation. He stressed over and over about sparseness being a good fundamental to build off of. I know it has changed my tying direction as far as chromer flies go.

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How would a reverse tie of Arctic Fox or Senyo's lazor dub and or reverse root tie small amount of buck tail to give the support for the flair.... I have used all three to get certain rusults.

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Here some of my first attempts at an intruder style fly, ill be trying these out in oregon next week I hope they work, any advice? starting from the back they're built; Cactus chenille (forming a large ball), hackle, ostrich herl, more polar/cactus chenille, mallard flank, hackle, maribou, flash, barred ostrich, dumbbell eyes, maribou, dubbing. All tied with size 2 stingers

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