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    Tied by Ed Smith of Kamloops, BC. Submitted by Randy Diefert



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    1. Ron Eagle Elk

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  1. Comments

    halcyon

    Hallelujah, I'm a Bum!!!
    gorgeous pattern, recipe please. Looks like a real fish taker.


    Regards,
    #1 1-23-05 2:46am

    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    That doesnt look like normal hackle, is that hair hackle by chance? Sweet looking fly, great proportions.
    #2 1-23-05 7:06am

    Kent Lufkin

    Remember when you could remember everything?
    Not sure who Ed Smith is. There was no one by that name in the swap. I think this was one of the three beautiful Liquid Lace-bodied patterns tied by Randy Diefert. Randy will be a stand-in tyer at the Bellevue show next month. Perhaps we can persuade him to post the times he'll be tying so we can all say 'Hi'.
    #3 1-23-05 4:41pm

    Ron Eagle Elk
    I'm not sure who Ed Smith is either. How did that get there? Musta been side tracked. Sorry Randy. Hey, I just found the edit photo button. Man, that's slick.
    REE
    #4 1-23-05 6:12pm

    Tim Cottage

    Formerly tbc1415
    Very very nice Randy, you don't see many hair hackle flies. Materials, proportions, everything just right.
    #5 1-23-05 8:32pm

    Randy Diefert

    aka: Longears
    This fly was given to me by Ed Smith of Kamloops BC as a gift to the fly swappers. Ed is the Owner of Liquid Lace Products. I asked Ed for some Ideas for this swap as I don't usually fish "emerger" patterns.We were kicking around ideas as far as getting a fly that would float in the surface film.This fly does that.and looks good from all directions when viewed in a glass of water. The tail is lemon wood duck. body is midge lt brown liquid lace, the wing, grose tail feathers and badger hackle. This is a very nice Fly and I thank Ed for giving it to us swappers as a gift.
    #6 1-23-05 11:32pm

    Kent Lufkin

    Remember when you could remember everything?
    Thanks for clarifying Randy. Very generous of Ed to contribute one of his own ties. Grouse tail for the wing? Interesting . . .


    K
    #7 1-24-05 9:44pm


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