Georgia Peach

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  1. Trevor

    Trevor New Member

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    Ok, so that's likely not the actual name. I'm sure this generic pattern has a name, but I don't know it. This is my second attempt at a spey pattern. It's more or less Davy Earl's Green Butt Spey in a different color with a added throat. I'm looking for any criticism anyone can provide.

    Georgia Peach:
    Hook - 1/0 Tiemco 202SP
    Butt - prismatic tinsel
    rib - silver oval
    body part 1 - peach antron yarn
    hackle - not sure, something Davy gave me
    body part 2 - peach dubbing
    Throat - mallard flank
    Wing - bronze mallard
     

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    Looks good to me! Nice work :thumb:

    Dennis
     
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    gawd, I love these flys !!! Nice one Trevor. Can I "borrow " it??? LOL

    The hackle is Ronn Lucas' Spey hackle. He is a member of the board and you can PM him if anyone needs some I think. Its great stuff-thin stemmed.
     
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    Randy Diefert aka: Longears

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    Very nice Trevor. you won't much critisizing with that attempt. iagree
     
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