Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by Ed Call, Apr 13, 2009.
I finally sat down at the desk and got both my sets finished.
Sean, very nice. It will be lights out for some fish in the near future.
Sean, those look killer. Can't wait to fish them! Great work.
With a hopper like that I will have to go to the Yak!
Mine are done. I won't be able to make the face to face so Ed, I will mail them or we can meet up to fish sometime.
Any chance you have this Friday off? I have the day off to fish and our first talent show in the evening. Otherwise let me know what you have in mind. Remember, I'm anti-US Postal.
Nice looking flies Sean!! I have finished my salt pattern. A baitfish pattern that I did well last summer on with SRC's, especially on sunny days. But still undecided on the freshwater. I was thinking about doing a EHC, but now am thinking about a bunny leech for steel. Any thoughts on what you gentlemen prefer?
i am going to tie a skunk or other hairwing summer steelhead fly for my freshwater fly. And likely a clouser w/ stinger for my salt pattern...
Sean nice work!
Well, I haven't even picked patterns yet (do I win something for being slow?)
You win the challenge of getting your plan, pattern and flies together in the least amount of time?
I know of a good UPS guy, but really this friday looks doubtful and the weekend is packed with moms day activities.
Matt, if you want to meet up some time, I'm in Lynnwood and can meet you somewhere and bring your flies with me. Just trying to help out.
Well I finally picked my patterns, and have half my fresh tied -sz 20 pheasant tail flymph. Salt will be a Racoon (Skip Morris pattern) in sz/color TBD.
I finished my salt pattern, pink clousers w/glow-in-the-dark flashabou. Nothing fancy, but the should work for you guys! I'll post a pic when I get a chance.
Ben, that sounds cool if Matt is up for it. Matt, sound off and let us know. Rob...wasted no time making that decision and sitting down at the vise. Kudos to you. I turned out a few more of my baitfish tubes last night before crashing.