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    Two Skwala nymph options



    The top flies are bottom views and the bottom flies are top views. The flies on the left have deer hair as tails, v-rib for the abdomen, yellow dubbing for the thorax, covered with a strip of turkey and with rubber legs. The flies on the right have deer hair tails, intertwined brown and yellow chenile for the abdomen, brown chenile for the thorax, a strip of turkey as the wing covering, and partridge for legs. Both have copper bead heads for weight; they also have a strip of lead bound to either side of hook shaft underneath the thorax.


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    1. cabezon

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  1. KermodeDon

    Spirit Bears
    Very nice... Are these for the Yakima?
    #1 3-16-06 8:49pm

    Jergens

    AKA Joe Willauer
    i dont think that skwalas are quite that yellow, but those are some awsome patterns.
    #2 3-16-06 8:58pm

    cabezon

    Sculpin Enterprises
    I think that the camera skewed the color a bit. The yellow is not quite so bright in reality. Also, bright colors tend to mute a bit when wet. Perhaps a dirty yellow dubbing for the thorax would be a bit better. Alternatively, I might wrap in a dun hackle, trimmed top and bottom, for the legs, mimicing the dark legs of the naturals.
    #3 5-1-06 12:18am




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