What's in your vise?

Jesseg122

Active Member
I have not tied in over 55 years, since back in the days of Herter's of Waseca, MN where I got my materials. Now, taking it up with arthritic hands but enjoying the journey. One of my my first ones, after warming up on some squiggly wigglies. Thanks for all the examples you provide here!! Inspirational!
You are proof that it's like riding a bike. You'll never forget
 

Jaydub

Active Member
I came across this pattern on another board and had to tie some. It's an English still water pattern that I think will work in my local lakes. I am a little concerned about the durability, but it's a simple, quick, tie.

John Gale Nymph
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I came across this pattern on another board and had to tie some. It's an English still water pattern that I think will work in my local lakes. I am a little concerned about the durability, but it's a simple, quick, tie.

John Gale Nymph
UornZac.jpg

I like the looks of that. Nice tie.

For durability, I don't think a counter rib of gold or copper wire would upset the fish!
 

Norm Frechette

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Beats Me

Category - Atlantic Salmon

Hook - Gamakatsu T10-6H or equivalent
Thread - Black
Tag - Flat silver tinsel
Tail - Golden pheasant crest
Ribbing - Flat silver tinsel over body #1 only
Body #1 - Hot pink uni stretch
Hackle - Grizzly over body #2 only
Body #2 - Black chenille
Wing - White calf tail
Collar - Black hen hackle
UV Resin
 

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