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And I suppose Mark came in second!?

Kim

 

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And now we return you back to the actual thread, already in progress.

Sz 16 PTN again using Golden Pheasant tail for the body. Hungarian Partridge for legs.

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15 hours ago, robow7 said:

Should have saved that beauty for the 17th

i have a different one for that 👍

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4 hours ago, Noahguide said:

Work, then COVID lock down, then work. 

Lot's of sand and 3,000+ years of history.  But alas no fishing and no tying!

There was a Mark Knapp look alike contest

 

Wow, that's some amazing scenery. What's your work? Nice work on the look alike. Maybe not shaggy enough though. 

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5 minutes ago, Mark Knapp said:

Maybe not shaggy enough though. 

It was by the time I made it back!  Check your PM. I don't want to hijack this thread anymore than I already have.

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3 hours ago, upnorthtier said:

bombers

Those look really good.  

@Troutslayer101, nice ties.  Love that Crackleback.  I started tying some up earlier this year and then got sidetracked with swaps.  

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E12 Caddis

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A French pattern, tied here in somber tones; finally found something to use the hen redhead skin on.

hook - WFC Model 3 #12
thread - Uni 8/0 rusty dun
body - Ice Dub hare’s ear
wing - hen redhead breast (2) 
hackle - dun

Regards,
Scott

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Hackle Stacker Emerger and Dun in Hendrickson

Started to experiment with Bob Quigley's hackle stacker method recently.  It gives a very nice profile.  The use of Speckled Dun and Speckled Badger hackle gives them a little extra eye appeal, at least to me, as I know the trout don't care. The hackle stacker method is an interesting idea to incorporate in to a lot of different patterns. 

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Materials Emerger:

Hook: TMC 206 BL

Tail: Bronze Mallard

Shuck: TroutHunter CNE Dubbing

Abdomen: Rusty brown Canada goose biot

Ribbing: Semperfli 0.1mm Light Gold wire

Thorax: TroutHunter Professional Dry Fly Dubbing in Hendrickson

Hackle: Whiting Speckled Dun Saddle 

Thread: Semperfli 18/0 Nano Copper

 

Materials Dun:

Hook: TMC 101

Tail: Coq de Leon Ginger Bardo with CDC 

Abdomen: Hendrickson Goose Biot

Thorax: Nature's Spirit: Tan Peacock herl

Hackle: Whiting: Speckled Badger Saddle

Thread: Semperfli 18/0 Nano Copper

 

Nathan

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Working my way back to smalls.

Odd Duck

HOOK- Sz 18 Nymph

THREAD- Uni 8/0 Black

TAIL- Pheasant

ABDOMEN-Golden Pheasant Tail

RIB Green Metallic thread

THORAX Red Ostrich

HACKLE- Black Saddle

HEAD- Thread

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PTN

HOOK- Sz 16 Curved Nymph

THREAD- Uni 8/0 Black

TAIL- Pheasant

ABDOMEN-Golden Pheasant Tail

RIB sm gold wire

THORAX Red Ostrich

Thorax cover-GPT

Legs- Pheasant

HEAD- Thread

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