Bead headed Spider

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  1. Steve Buckner

    Steve Buckner Mother Nature's Son

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    This fly was tied using the following:
    Hook: Tiemco 9394 Saltwater Size 6 (4x long, nickel plated)

    Bead:5/32 Nickel
    Tail:Mallard Flank
    Body:Yellow Chenille
    Ribbing:Medium Mylar
    Wing:Mallard Flank
     
  2. Brad Niemeyer

    Brad Niemeyer Old School Member

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    Nice Work! I just tied a bunch like that but I used a gold cone head....I will post mine soon for comparison/discussion...

    Now If I could just find those SRC's....

    -Piscean
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  3. Nailknot

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    That's a really nice looking fly, Skinny. Thanks for posting it- time to pull out the vise!
     
  4. soreshoulder

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    great looking fly. thanks for the post. do you tie a reverse version? it would be great to see one of those. thanks ahead of time.
     
  5. Toon Fish

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    Do you use this fly for SRC's? Is it only in the salt or river as well.
     
  6. Steve Buckner

    Steve Buckner Mother Nature's Son

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    You could use it in either salt or fresh. I prefer to tie it with salt water hooks because I never know where I'll be fishing.
     
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    How do you tie the reverse version?
     

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