Wire woven dabblers

Discussion in 'Patterns' started by laurie, Sep 14, 2009.

  1. laurie Laurie

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    Moira Northern Ireland
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    Hi guys
    I have been messing around with woven flies this year using UTC wire,the results have been amazing,on the Irish loughs trout have been caught by some of the best known anglers on these,on the rivers for trout, Dollaghan,sea trout and Atlantic Salmon the nymph versions also worked great.
    I assume these will work in the states for steelhead ect if any one has any success let me know

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    the attached is a video of the weaving technique




    enjoy
  2. peddlepaddle New Member

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    morganton,nc
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    Those are beautiful flies. You have me hooked on at least trying to get better at woven fly tying. Thanks.
    Peddlepaddle
  3. Dale Dennis Formally Double-D

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    Arlington, WA
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    Great tie’s, that gives me some ideas for the Clark Fork next week.
  4. laurie Laurie

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    Moira Northern Ireland
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    Tried out the wire woven dabblers on Lough sheelin
    here is a quick video of our day out yesterday enjoy

  5. Dale Dennis Formally Double-D

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    Arlington, WA
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    That was super Laurie, I fished the wire woven mayfly nymph this last week on the Clark Fork and I can attest to its effectiveness, great fly.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Dale