Rusty Trombone

Discussion in 'Patterns' started by Mudman, Feb 13, 2011.

  1. Mudman New Member

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    This is a pattern I came up with for a swinging fly swap out here on the Great Lakes.

    View attachment 38949
    Materials

    Hook: Mustad 36890 size 8

    Thread: Orange 3/0

    Tail: Orange Spey Hackle

    Tag: Copper Wire

    Body: Copper Wire

    Thorax: Mix Red Ice Dub & Red Steelhead Rabbit Dub

    Hackle: Orange Spey Hackle

    Throat: Mix Red Ice Dub & Red Steelhead Rabbit Dub

    Wing: Rust Quick Descent Dub


    Mudman
  2. stilly stalker Tuna sniffer

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    my girlfriend wont play my rusty trombone...oh well
  3. Philster New Member

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    Now tie one with a green butt, red body, white wing, and a brown hackle and call it a "Dirty Sanchez"
  4. Loren Jensen Active Member

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    lol
  5. Bob Jones Still truckless now farther away

    Rusty?????
  6. Philster New Member

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  7. Fish Fungus Member

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    I did one in a warm carmel brown color... It's called the ~ HOT CARL ~
  8. Topstoy Member

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    P, I sounds good.
  9. Andrew Lawrence Active Member

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    Nice looking fly!
  10. sandspanker Member

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    Thats too funny.. gotta love the internet.
  11. Gary Knowels Active Member

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    How about one in all chocolate except with a white wing and call it a Cleavland Steamer?
  12. sandspanker Member

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    Or a rainbow of colors and call it a Cosby Sweater
  13. aldis New Member

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    I finally met Clay Lacy the other day. What a guy!
    I urged him to write a book.

    When I aslked about his flying hours, he modestly said ..."52-53 THOUSAND".