Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by stilly stalker, Oct 28, 2010.
sweet ties I'll take 2 dozen
I tie a simplistic intruder. Plus, I tie mine on tubes. Cheap, fast, easy change outs. If you're swinging, that fly rides by the hook though I do add the tubing for the hook at times. Those are some money flies that's for sure. But I agree, it's all about confidence. I've said it once, said it a few thousand times on threads about "hot flies". Have two buddies I used to fish with alot. We all caught some nice steel in a slot on the Hoh. All had COMPLETELY different flies, different colors, but were all our "go to" flies. If you have confidence, I think you fish the fly harder and more thoroughly.
$10 each, $100 a dozen,
Loves these intruders, any tips on tying this specific pattern?
Greg- FlyBill helped me out with some just today, and he referenced these instructions for us: http://www.nwsalmonflyguild.org/sa/...w.nwsalmonflyguild.org/inst/inst_intruder.pdf
thats a good simplified intruder recipie
Some seriously trippy stuff! looks like steelies would crawl all over those!
there's only one kind of angel hair right? because ive been looking around and it seems like there might be a few. what brand do you use?
also, what do amherst pheasant feathers look like?
angel hair is made by larvae lace
Nice doing some Intruders myself today, they are pretty simple to tie.
Be using some angel hair also, keep them simple.
heres another with some rhea thrown into the mix. Im liking rhea a LOT, and I thought the color combo came out looking especially nice
I have the crew on stand-by.
may I inquire as to where you got that fly box?
Office supply store.
Damn... Nice box!