Sir Lance'a'Luck

Discussion in 'Patterns' started by Jeremy Husby, Apr 5, 2005.

  1. Jeremy Husby Is there a Vahalla for fishermen?

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    Arlington, WA
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    First try at a Lance pattern, turned out more like a heron pattern but I thought I would share. I have no expoxy left so the head is not finished. When testing it it collapse quite thin maybe < 1/2". Would love some advise on tying these slimlined fishies.

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  2. mike doughty Honorary Member

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    the uinta's
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    That's a sweet looking pattern jeremy. :thumb:
  3. Randy Diefert aka: Longears

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    Coupeville, WA, USA.
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    nice tye Jeremy, That'll look really good when you do expoxy it.
  4. silver south paw

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    Mill Creek, Wa
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    Man that looks fishy.. What is that tail- mono with a bead/sequin and flashabou??? I would be curious to see how it swims. What's your method/material (if you don't mind) :thumb: Cool tie..
  5. Jeremy Husby Is there a Vahalla for fishermen?

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    It's a piece of Furled mono w/ krstal flash trap into the loop. Then I slipped a bead over and adjusted the flare I wanted and a dab of glue to hold. Whats nice is that the mono can be adjusted to a different stiffness by # use or twist applied which then I can dink around with the action after I try in the water. PM me if you need any other info :)
  6. Davy Active Member

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    Very nice Jeremy, I myself have not toyed around much with the SW- epoxy- stuff. Other than for wingcases on some nymphs.

    sweet, be a killer Cutty pattern on the lower stilly I would think