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Discussion in 'Patterns' started by Big E, Oct 17, 2010.

  1. Big E

    Big E Moderator Staff Member

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    Tied up a half dozen of these in olive/white and olive yellow sculpin colors. Never worked with artic fox before...underfur is quite fine and plentyful...I think I inhaled half of it.

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  2. troutramp

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    nice what other materials are used
     
  3. stewart dee

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    that is a good looking piece.
     
  4. Big E

    Big E Moderator Staff Member

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    Lead, dumbell eyes, olive marabou, olive artic fox, white artic fox, holo flash, olive flash, black flash, hackle.
     
  5. Rob Ast

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    Nice tie Big E. I'm ure that will get some predatory strikes.
     
  6. Jeff Hale

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    That is beautifully tied. No self respecting searun or brown would ignore that.
     
  7. Big E

    Big E Moderator Staff Member

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    Thanks for all the kind comments...appreciate them.
     
  8. cabezon

    cabezon Sculpin Enterprises

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    Sweet tie, Big E. I strongly advise that you do not attempt to use those around largemouth or smallmouth bass unless you are confident that you arm is firmly attached to its socket.

    Steve
     
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    Great lookin fly Big_E, what hook did you use though? i
     
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    Great lookin fly, what hook did you use??
     
  11. Big E

    Big E Moderator Staff Member

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    TMC 700 #6
     
  12. Ed Call

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    Big_E...great flies, as always...but you NEED TO FISH SOME OF THEM and not just tie them.
     
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    Those puppies work, one of Doug's best flies for sure. Great profile for sure!
     
  14. Big E

    Big E Moderator Staff Member

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    Its too cold to fish...I'm lucky if my arthritis lets me out of bed in the morning much less stand in cold water and rain. I've already cleaned/boxed/and stored all my gear for the year. Its tying season!!

    Gonna tie up some deer hair poppers this winter and hit the bass this spring.

    Besides, I can fish thru your reports vicariously. :)