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Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by StuFarnham, Jun 19, 2005.

  1. mike doughty

    mike doughty Honorary Member

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    I will be tying somesort of marabou or articulated bunny fly.
     
  2. Scott Behn

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    I'll be tying a Royal Coachman Bucktail on a #7 AJ hook

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  3. Trevor

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    I'll tie a... :confused:

    No idea... :beathead:
     
  4. Hywel

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    I haven't decided on a specific pattern, but it'll probably be a hair-winged something-er-other - very simple, of course.

    Rumor has it that Stu is gonna create something with a hot glue gun. :rolleyes:
     
  5. Scott Behn

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    Well Stu once again mine are done...Once I get my flies from the summer-run swap I'll be shipping out these ones in the same canister... :p

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  6. Trevor

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    You're done? Sheesh, I just narrowed my choices down to two patterns and ordered the materials today...
     
  7. Scott Behn

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    Guess I should of checked my mail before I posted I was done...beings that I just got my summer-run flies...I'm in love

    Well anyways mine will be in the mail here shortly

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  8. StuFarnham

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    My pattern

    Actually, my dear Mr. Hywel, I will be tying a pattern of my own devising called "le ver du Saint Jean". It is an Atlantic salmon fly cosntructed by lashing a 25cm length of stout, red rope to a 10/0 hook with a length of orange baling twine. Ohoto attached.

    Stu

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  9. Scott Behn

    Scott Behn Active Member

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    Stu mine are in the mail as of today...enjoy!!!

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  10. mike doughty

    mike doughty Honorary Member

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    I got some black yak hair today so mine are started. black and red marabou shrimp
     
  11. mike doughty

    mike doughty Honorary Member

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    Done, just need toe tags and mail
     
  12. FlyShopKristin

    FlyShopKristin Going Online

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    Wow Mike - sweet looking fly.
     
  13. StuFarnham

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    First flies

    Scott Behn's nice brace of Royal Coachman Bucktails arrived today. I guess I'd better decide soon what I'm going to tie! How about some low water Jeannies, Jockies, or Logies?

    Stu

    PS: Nice fly, Mike.
     
  14. Scott Behn

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    Glad you like'em Stu...

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  15. D3Smartie

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    how bout a green highlander stu?

    i am still trying to decide but it will be a fairly simple atlantic salmon pattern...
    i destroyed the tip of my finger today while releasing a King so i am not sure how it will affect my tying but we'll see.