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    1. Ron Eagle Elk

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      Registered: September 2003
      Location: Yelm, WA, USA.
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  1. mike doughty

    Honorary Member
    Excellent job, i've been tying a lot of these up myself.
    #1 5-19-05 4:51am

    Miller
    A very overlooked, but very effective pattern, Nice tie!
    #2 5-19-05 3:22pm

    cmtundra
    Very nice. I think I'll tie some more. They look like a fun tie & I hear very effective as well.
    #3 5-20-05 6:23am

    k2flyfisher

    its taco time. wheres the sauce?
    *droool* ohhh yesssss. and those catchy little fibers...no missing fish on that buggah' !!
    #4 5-20-05 9:15am

    Icanfly

    aka Matt
    Thanks guys. Tied these sparkle caddis on a tiemco #14. Underbody: grey superfine dry dubbing, Shuck: gold sparkle yarn (Haven't decided if antron is better or not, it's easier to work with, but the sparkle yarn is a bit "buggier". Wing: brown deer hair. Head: peacock herl. I tie in the sparkle yarn first, then the dubbing, and pull the yarn over the dubbing. There are probably other ways to do it. Working well on the yak right now.
    #5 5-23-05 7:40am

    Slow73
    That's a fish catcher there. I want one. I wish I knew how to tie.
    #6 5-30-05 12:58pm

    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.
    Slow, pick up a tying kit from all about the fly or any tying shop, and learn. Its not hard, you could tie that thing in no time if you got the right stuff and some help from a pro.
    #7 6-21-05 7:23am




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