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PT Surface Assassin 

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hook - WFC Model 28 #12
thread - Danville 6/0 brown 
tag - Depth Ray fluoro orange/resin 
rib - xsmall wire copper
abdomen - pheasant tail 
hackle - barred cream
wing - Congo Hair white
thorax - Ice Dub golden brown
head/indicator - packing foam white

Regards,
Scott

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Reece’s Surface Assassin (variation) III

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hook - WFC Model 28 #12
thread - Danville 6/0 fluoro orange 
body - Depth Ray fluoro orange/resin 
hackle - grizzly
wing - Congo Hair white
thorax - Ice Dub hot orange
head/indicator - packing foam white

Regards,
Scott

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Some more pike flies. In Alaska, and possibly other coastal states we have immature lamprey eels (locally called sand eels) that spend the first couple of years of the their lives in fresh water. While they are there, they are a great prey species for pike and burbot. So here are some lamprey eel flies tied on size 5/0 jig hooks. They are from 8 to 10 inches long.

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Woodcock and Orange

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From Mike Harding's A Guide To North Country Flies And How To Tie Them

Hook: Size 12 Nymph

Body: Mix of Orange and Red Angora Goat (the original recipe calls for a mix of Orange and Red Seal but I do not have any Orange Seal)

Rib: Small Gold Wire

Hackle: Orange India Hen

Wings: Woodcock

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Street Walker
 
Steelhead
 
Hook - Gamakatsu T10-6H
Thread - Black
Tail - Purple hackle fibers
Rib - Oval silver tinsel
Body - Purple chenille
Hackle - Purple
Wing - Pearl flashabou/krystal flash

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Deep Roller

Hook – 3xl or 4xl nymph hook, size 12-16

Bead – Small tungsten

Weight - Lead/lead free wire

Thread – Black

Tail – Hungarian partridge

*Body – Twisted orange floss

Wing case – Pheasant or turkey tail fibers

Thorax – Rainbow scud dubbing

Legs – Hungarian partridge

*Use different colored floss for the body

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I was in the Dollar Tree this morning and happened to see this drying glove. I have a chartreuse grizzly hen saddle that I thought would go well with it. Fairly certain the result will catch some fish 🎣.

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@bdngrd  very nice.  It got me looking for my bottle of “Deep Woods.”

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On 6/23/2021 at 6:42 AM, niveker said:

Nice!  What do you have on the top left?

Some flashy squirrel tails

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39 minutes ago, Moshup said:

@bdngrd  very nice.  It got me looking for my bottle of “Deep Woods.”

Thanks! So far this one has not sucked any blood!

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