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    1. DEREK

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      Registered: February 2004
      Location: Olympia, WA.
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      Date: 11-17-03
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  1. DEREK
    Just an unconventional spey fly I tied up last night. Trying out the photo gallery.
    #1 11-17-03 10:11pm

    Chris Scoones
    Nice photo Derek.
    #2 11-17-03 11:19pm

    Unregistered
    what a beautiful fly. you should name it nooksack. how do you get the head so small?
    #3 11-18-03 4:13am

    DEREK
    I've never fished the nooksack. I don't think the fly deserves a name quite yet. it has no fish to its credit.


    The less thread you use the smaller our head will be. There are various tricks to be employed though. This fly has an underwing of purple marabou, and an overwing of golden pheasant dyed black. After I tied in the marabou, I wrapped in a throat of g.p. This hides the bulk of the marabou clump and allows me to tie the overwing right on to the hook shank. I also tied in the g.p. wings in facing forward and then folded them back over. This makes the head a little larger, but the wing will definitely not come out!


    If you would like a fly, I've been experimenting and I have a half dozen of the things at home. I wouldn't mind dropping one in the mail.
    #4 11-18-03 9:55pm

    Unregistered
    that would be great. thanks. i'm always looking for new patterns to tie.


    mike doughty
    12293 gull dr.
    burlington, wash. 98233


    thanks again
    #5 11-19-03 2:02am

    DEREK
    It's in the mail.
    #6 11-20-03 9:51pm

    Unregistered
    got it in the mail today. thanks a lot. i will try it out this week.
    #7 11-22-03 10:24pm

    Anadromous
    Hey, if your still offering, I would like one as well. Awesome fly, I have two paterns that are similar that do really good on the Salmon and Snake.
    #8 12-10-03 11:28pm

    Anadromous
    Alonzo Sanchez
    1115 Fern St. #2
    Nampa, ID 83686
    #9 12-10-03 11:31pm

    Ky the fly guy
    Hey awsome looking fly i would love to test one out if your still ofering if not dont wory about it thanks for posting it Ky Zech 6707 49th st Marysville washington
    #10 12-17-03 4:10am

    DEREK
    To Anadromous and Ky,


    Anadromous, Your fly is in the mail.


    Ky, give me a zip code.
    #11 12-17-03 10:41pm

    Ky the fly guy
    my zip is 98270 and thaks alot
    #12 12-18-03 12:34am

    TomB
    you say it looks unconventional, but it has the same figure as a mike kinney drangon's tooth.
    nice fly.
    #13 12-18-03 11:26pm

    DEREK
    Good call. A marabou/whole feather mixed wing is not conventional in my book. The fly does borrow heavily from Mike Kinneys flies. I had the dragon's tooth in the back of my mind when I was first tying it.
    #14 12-18-03 11:56pm

    Ky the fly guy
    Got the fly looks great and thanks. i will fish it this weekend
    #15 12-21-03 4:01am

    Bert Kinghorn

    Formerly "nextcast"
    Agree with all the compliments above. VERY nice! It also looks much like a large grub pattern that I picked up in a Port Angeles fly shop last fall. That one uses ostrich herl for the primary shape (rear band is blue, fwd is black, w/o any purple) and includes blue-dyed jungle cock, tinsel behind and between bands, and other things to make it more complex to tie. I like yours better--quick to tie with all the same in-water properties. Good job and thanks for sharing!
    #16 1-23-04 11:05pm

    Unregistered
    Derek - I've got an uncanny nack for finding some
    fish, I think your pattern has some serious
    potential - If you could send me down 1 or 2 I
    would happily try to put them in front of some
    fish. Do you tie any of these in a size 8 or 6.
    #17 1-24-04 12:34am

    SG
    Pretty similiar to the popsicle.. Nice tyed!
    #18 2-1-04 4:36pm

    lamdigger
    I am new to fly fishing and this forum. I just wanted to say that this fly is the most spectacular thing i have ever seen. It is truely a work of art. Thanks for sharing.
    #19 2-6-04 3:46am

    Ringlee

    Doesn't care how you fish Moderator
    A very good looking fly. I have used a fly very similar to that in a Black Red combination and it has been a good fly for me. If you have any more would you be willing to send me one and allow me to try it out. Thanks for sharing all your flies on here.
    #20 1-22-05 1:59am


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