Your favourite Green Drake and Emerger?

Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by Loopy, Mar 2, 2011.

  1. ignatius New Member

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    google jacklin and green drake there is a real good video of him tying the fly
  2. Loopy Member

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    St Albans Old England
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    That is a neat finish.

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  3. ozcast Member

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  4. Ed Call Mumbling Moderator

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    Kelvin, how does a guy talk you out of a half dozen of number one? I'll give you a report. I think those all look good, but the first just screams I'm buggy come over here and eat me.

    Interesting, I like the foam extended body on that one.
  5. kelvin Active Member

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    Photo of your fav pattern Please
    Thank you
  6. kelvin Active Member

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    Pm me your adress I know I got it somewhere

    you have to make the body first and let it dry for a day so give me a few days

    take me fishing somewhere
  7. troutramp Member

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    I have used John Barrs Vis A-dun. I noticed these Large mayflies in early fall on the river in my back yard, and I had nothing to match a may fly that big. I looked in Mr Barrs book for a may fly pattern and found his Vis A dun (Barr Flies chapter 14 Page 103). This fly worked well for me. I like the look of the foam Idylwilde fly, and the others posted. A fun hatch to fish for sure.
  8. kelvin Active Member

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    we should do a Green Drake swap anyone interesrted?
  9. Drifter Active Member

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    I just take a bunch of light colored adams and a pocket full of colored felt pens for matching the color of hatch .