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  1. Denny
    Veryy innovative and very cool. Tie that bottom one in orange/prawn colors, and I bet that would be killer, too.
    #1 9-9-06 3:00pm

    chadk

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    Thanks! I just did these the other day and really liked them. I just start tying and never really know where I will end up. Have you seen a pattern like this before?


    The top one you see there, with my tippet knot still attached, is pretty chewed up in that pic from 2 SRCs and what I think was an 18inch jack steelie (got away after several tailwalks and cartwheels). They really liked this fly. I had fished a few other patterns through with a few bumps, but they held nothing back when I drifted this through. Other colors are next on my plate.


    This is simply a bead head fly, dark squirrel tail as the tail, black or olive chennille body wrapped in black hackle, then thick black yarn is used as the 'shell back'. I put a layer of 'hard as nails' over the yarn to help it not get to chewed up so fast. It seemed to have worked.
    #2 9-9-06 3:47pm




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