What Do You Think?

Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by Top in my class, Mar 12, 2012.

  1. Top in my class

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    Hi everyone,
    I have been tying for probably 3 years now and have learned a lot! and now with this new update for Washington fly fishing chat room I am now able to post pictures. So I thought I would post a few pictures of a some flies I have tied that I thought werent to bad. So if you guys have any comments on something that you think I am doing wrong or tips please let me know.
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    Those leech style patterns look nice and would slam fish on desert basin lakes. The red bead head is clutch too. I'd try throwing in some ribbing on those flies to give them variations too (like orange), which may enhance the flies attractiveness to instigate a predatory reaction from the fish.
     
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