Steelhead Beware!


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    1. Ringlee

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      Date: 12-6-07
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    rick matney
    San francisco baby!
    #1 12-6-07 3:52am

    Zach M

    Because I floss so hard
    That is one sick fly
    #2 12-6-07 4:09am


    what kind of feathers are the blue ones? Looks good.
    #3 12-6-07 4:40am


    Doesn't care how you fish Moderator
    Rhea stripped off the stem and wrapped.
    #4 12-6-07 4:48am

    Ringlee, did you strip the Rhea entirely off the stem into individual fibers or did you have them still attached on a thinner strip of the stem? If they were individual fibers, is there a good way to wrap them uniformly like you did?
    #5 12-6-07 11:14pm


    Doesn't care how you fish Moderator
    You can on some feathers grab a few strands of rhea and pull down towards the bottom of the feather and they will stay attached leaving a thin strip of the stem on. This is how I tied those larger spey flies. If it dosen't work then you can grab 4 pieces and tie them in on each side. Then rotate your vise and tie on another "side" of the fly.
    #6 12-7-07 2:21am

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