what are you currently tying?

Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by zen leecher aka bill w, Jan 16, 2012.

  1. flyfishmt

    flyfishmt Active Member

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    Buggers and streamers for the Bighorn River. Dead of winter is undoubtly the best time to fish it IMHO.
     
  2. Dave Evans

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    Spouse bought me a 32 compartment Wheatley box for christmas. Would never have dropped the bucks on my own, but thrilled to have it. Decided I was going to stock it with all new flies of my favorite patterns. Finished with midges and caddis, working on BWO and PMD's now. Kind of fun deciding what patterns and sizes to put in it.
     
  3. Brad Niemeyer

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    Thanks Kelvin...
     
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    Hoppers, Cicadas, Chironomids of various sorts, two types of scuds in different colors, six packs, stillwater bugs, . . . . .
     
  5. Dustin Bise

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    workin on blue/black instruders on fish skull shanks. no wieght. i plan to to but barbell eyes/beads on my stiinger/ hooks for an adjustable wieght system. anyone ever try this out? of course ill tie up some with lead bodies too.

    using rubber legs, shalpen, blue flashabou, barded mallard, and uv ice dub.

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  6. kelvin

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    some Bird Fur streamer patterns

    Have not fished them yet
     
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    Norm Frechette Googlemeister

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    not tying on the fluff just yet but i'm making some poppers

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  9. speyflyfisher

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    View attachment 47630 Finally got this thing out of the vice. At least it kept me occupied while snowed in.
     
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    Sweet!
     
  11. zen leecher aka bill w

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

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    Ahem!!! I am tying duns, not spinners.
     
  12. Bob Newman

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    Nice low go fast look to the wing there speyflyfisher.
     
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    Winter flies!
     

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