Eating my own words!

Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by bitterroot, Sep 7, 2012.

  1. bitterroot Love vintage graphite!

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  2. Dave Evans Active Member

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    Yup, soft hackles are my secret weapon up there when nothing else is working.
  3. Dr Bob Member

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    Someone once said"never say never" or something like that.

    Nice flies. I have been away from the bench for the summer, but once the weather turns, I am looking forward to crankin out some flies. Soft hackles patterns are a good choice. One of my favorites too.

    Dr Bob
  4. Skysoldier Trout Hunter

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    Agree Chad. Also a peacock herl and partridge soft hackle has saved the day for me many times, my biggest Cutthroat have all been taken on a orange and partridge. Great flies fished dead drift or on the swing :)
  5. Dave Evans Active Member

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  6. Thomas Mitchell Active Member

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  7. zen leecher aka bill w born to work, forced to fish

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    Earlier I tied up some of the beadhead soft hackles and last night wanted to try something different. I wondered what a red wire bodied soft hackle would look like. Now to find out if it fishes different than the beadhead soft hackles. I used the red BR wire and it's a neat, small body.