Stevenson 3/0 PT

Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by Mark Mercer, Dec 4, 2013.

  1. Mark Mercer Member

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    Hi folks,
    Enjoyed tying the Black Ranger so much I figured I'd do another so here's a Stevenson, Pryce-Tannatt
    version.... Pretty happy with it, hope you like it. Comments welcomed....
    Mark DSCN2839.JPG DSCN2824.JPG
  2. Tacoma Red Active Member

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    Beautiful. I enjoy seeing your ties all the time.
    Alexander and Mark Mercer like this.
  3. Mark Mercer Member

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    Thanks ted, much appreciated !!!!
  4. Alexander Fishon

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    Do you tie these more for fun and to collect or do you fish these flies? I'd have a hard time fishing something like that.
  5. McNasty Canyon Lurker

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    Somewhere Near Selah, WA
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    once again outstanding, i love the JC eye in the wing on those patterns.
  6. mlwebb New Member

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    That is a terrific looking Stevenson, Mark.
    I like the ranger too.
    Michael
  7. Nick Clayton Active Member

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    That's a gorgeous fly, Mark. Thanks for sharing.
  8. fish-on Waters haunt me....

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    Thanks for sharing. A very impressive tie. I now have a new wallpaper on my laptop.
  9. Kaiserman content

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    That is no lie!

    Can I get one of those made into a key chain? They're too purdy to throw at fish! :)
  10. Mark Mercer Member

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    Thanks again guy's, glad you enjoy seeing them and for your comments... Lets me know there are some folks that like to see them...

    Alexander, I actually used too throw some of these at steelhead years ago, but I doubt these will ever see water...
    They do still tie these ( mostly in Europe) for fishing, and they still work !!!!