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ScottP

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Found this on a Russian site. Haven't tied a Rogue style body in a while; if you're not up for the Carnage method, it makes an acceptable product.


hook – Dai Riki 135 #8
thread/rib - UTC 140 black
abdomen - 1mm foam yellow
wing case/head - 1mm foam black
thorax - dubbing yellow
wing - Congo Hair white
legs - deer hair dyed dark dun

fold a piece of foam in half; cut at an angle, with the folded end at the narrowest point






insert needle into the folded end; mount needle in the vise, start thread








fold foam forward, take 2 soft loops, pull firmly and take a few more wraps






pull foam back, split the uprights with the thread and take a few wraps forward




pull foam forward an repeat the process










that should do it; brush the wraps with Sally and slide the body off the needle




mash barb, start thread




hold the body against the hook to determine placement, brush shank with Super Glue and tie in; trim






tie in wingcase




dub thread/dub shaggy thorax






tie in CH




create thread loop; wax




clean, stack, measure (approx 2x gap) a clump of deer hair; insert in clip, trim butts, insert in loop, spin










stroke fibers back, wrap, tie off/trim




pull wingcase forward, tie down, fold to create head, tie off, trim, whip finish, SHHAN










trim wing, hop on the nearest MI-8 and head for the tundra












Regards,
Scott
 

Jim Ficklin

Genuine Montana Fossil
Or tie it in blue & head for the nearest bass water . . . clever technique & I'll try that! Thanks, Scott! I've seen Largemouth going crazy chasing Dragons before.
 

SilverFly

Active Member
Slick technique with the needle as a temporary spline. Definitely something I want to play with. Thanks!
 

ScottP

Active Member
Oktober Caddis variation











hook – Dai Riki 135 #8
thread/rib - UTC 140 burnt orange
abdomen - 2mm foam rust
wing case/head - 1mm foam brown
thorax - dubbing rust
wing - Congo Hair orange
legs - deer hair dyed dark dun


Regards,
Scott
 

ScottP

Active Member
Oktober Caddis (Carnage variation)











Easier to create a tapered body using the Carnage method; skipped the dubbed thorax.

hook – Dai Riki 135 #8
thread/rib - UTC 140 burnt orange
core - 20lb mono
abdomen - 2mm foam rust
wing case/head - 1mm foam brown
wing - Congo Hair orange
legs - deer hair dyed dark dun


Regards,
Scott
 

ScottP

Active Member
White Miller (Carnage variation)









A bit more involved than stuff like CDC & Elk or X-Caddis but it'll float until it's chewed up or broken off. If I get to Yellowstone and if I come in thru the west side, I'll give it a shot.

hook – Dai Riki 135 #14
thread - Danville 6/0 pale yellow
core - 7lb mono
abdomen/wing case/head - 1mm foam cream
hackle - partridge
wing - Congo Hair off white
legs - deer hair bleached


Regards,
Scott
 

ScottP

Active Member
Pink Pookie (Carnage variation)









Be comfortable in your manhood; pink is a killer color. Considered adding rubber legs but thought that might be a bit too garish.

hook – Dai Riki 135 #8
thread/rib - UTC 140 hot pink
core - 30lb mono
underbody - moose mane
abdomen - 2mm foam pink
wing case/head - 1mm foam grey
wing - Congo Hair grey
legs - deer hair dyed dark dun
indicator - 1mm foam orange


Regards,
Scott
 

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