Some of my patterns I would like to share

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  1. fishtooth

    fishtooth New Member

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    I have tying fever in the worst way (cant wait to get tying again) so I figured I would share some of my successful patterns I have tied over the years

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  2. fishtooth

    fishtooth New Member

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    Holy photo dump! Great ties and great pictures. I wish they had names on them (at least the previously named patterns) so I could match the pictures up with things I've read or heard.
     
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    Geez, dude, awesome. I didn't see one that I wouldn't use and I like to think I'm a picky bastard.
     
  5. fishtooth

    fishtooth New Member

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    alot of those patterns are variants I made or my own creation. All are successful. If you want more info on any of them send me a pm!
     
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    Good stuff. I especially like the banded midges larvae and the damsel fly nymph. You need a website with some good server-side gallery software
     
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    very nice variety
     
  8. Big E

    Big E Moderator Staff Member

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    We have a photo gallery section.

    Just saying...

    Nice ties.
     
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    Great looking ties, thanks for sharing.
     
  10. zen leecher aka bill w

    zen leecher aka bill w born to work, forced to fish

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    Did you ever give the recipe for the dragons (two in the vise picture)? I recognize them from another forum and wondered how they were tied.
     
  11. Stonefish

    Stonefish Triploid, Humpy & Seaplane Hater

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    Like the buzzers.
    Ninth picture down, looks like a chromie. What is the body material, anti-static bag?
     
  12. fishtooth

    fishtooth New Member

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    Yes that is correct
     
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    I like your clean style. The green and purple rolled muddlers and the purple wire prince are my favorties. They're all great though.
     
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  14. fishtooth

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    Thanks guys, once I get tying gear again ill definitely post more patterns, I have lots of salmon and steelhead patterns to.

    Heres are some pictures I could find quickly of fish caught by flys above.


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    All very nice looking ties

    I would have to ageree
    you got it bad....
     
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    Mason aka fishtooth aka man of 1000 forum names,
    It never ceases to amaze me where you pop up and continue to get banned from fly fishing forums....good luck with this one..........
     
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    Most places I have the same username and nost places its been changed to mt first name by choice. I have only ever been banned from 2 forums...an alberta one where I was invvolved in a nasty political thread and another where I made step by steps and such for the owner and he never paid me like agreed upon so I stopped and he banned me after we got into it. Im here to share flys and fiahing stories. I have actually been a mod on a very popular site and there were a few people spreading rumors and accusations which a friend got the authorities involved and in the end it was proven that people were just there to cause trouble. If we have to go that route again then lets get it done bud I have nothing to hide.
     
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    Yep, those are sweet. BTW, you can also use flashabou in the color 'gunmetal'. It's not the easiest color to find, but it's a nice mix between black and silver, maybe leaning a bit more towards the black side than silver. I also found some interesting shiny stuff on spools at Jo Ann's Fabrics. The stuff is cut very thin, thinner than is convenient for covering a shank--though not so bad for very small 'mids--but they had a ton color options and the stuff is slightly holographic.
     
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  19. Stonefish

    Stonefish Triploid, Humpy & Seaplane Hater

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    I've used silver flashabou before then hit it lighly with a black permanent marker to a similar effect. The silver will shine through the black. You can wipe it before it dries if you get it on to thick.
    I also like the look of VHS tape as well for chironomid bodies.
    SF
     
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    In all fairness on the gallery comment Big E - there are others on here who do the same thing - just sayin'!!
     

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