Puget Sound SRC fly swap

Discussion in 'Fly Swaps' started by Gary Knowels, Mar 8, 2013.

  1. kelvin

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    thank you
     
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    No work today so i got mine tied up today.
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    Its a pattern that i was given on the beach once....then a few months ago i found it on nativetroutflyfishing.com. The author there calls it a "sea run bugger"
     
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    I am tying a Double K Reverse Spider

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    Those are great! Man I gotta bling my traditional spider pattern a bit just to meet the quality. :)
     
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    Very nice Kelvin!
     
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    bling away
     
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    Just a project tester, working on some variations, mainly with materials, I will be submitting 2 of each different colors to total 10.
    Actually fun to re examine an older pattern and now that my skills are getting better (started tying in October), and I can play with stuff.

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    Looks like I miscounted, there is still a spot left :oops: If we don't get another person we'll roll with 9.
     
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    Hey Gary,

    I'd take that last spot if still available. Just brushed the dust of my tying gear last month after many years away. A bit rusty, but wouldn't mind giving it a shot. Maybe that Snot Dart I saw on the forum a bit ago.
     
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    Sounds great! Welcome back to the tying game.
     
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    what did you use for the tail/hackle? I can't tell from the picture, but I like it.
     
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    Gary, that is Lady Amherst tippets, great action and sexy :)
     
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    Thanks! i like the pattern a lot. I've never tied with Lady Amherst tippets before, but that isn't surprising as there are many many materials that I've yet to play with.
     
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    P6160564.JPG Ok I am done

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    In the fall these also work in the rivers as October Caddis

    They tend to fish just sub-suface
     
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    what hook are you using on those?
     
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    Dai-Riki #270 Size 6
     
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