Pattern February 2012 Salon : Any fly's good as long as it's BLACK

Steve Rohrbach

Puget Sound Fly Fisher
#17
Awesome fly Steve. I think Black is underutilized in Puget Sound. I like the use of different materials. I look forward to fishing this this spring.
 
#18
Thanks guys, the eye is just attached with Zap-A-Gap. I've done some extensive casting with this pattern in other colors and the eye's have stayed on pretty well. I use a good amount of it and the eye adheres to the separate strands of body material.

Kelvin, I was in Patricks's the other day and saw a couple squid patterns on the desk that looked distinctly 'Kelvinesque', were they yours?
 

kelvin

Active Member
#19
Thanks guys, the eye is just attached with Zap-A-Gap. I've done some extensive casting with this pattern in other colors and the eye's have stayed on pretty well. I use a good amount of it and the eye adheres to the separate strands of body material.

Kelvin, I was in Patricks's the other day and saw a couple squid patterns on the desk that looked distinctly 'Kelvinesque', were they yours?

yes I gave them to Jimmy at his Christmas party

they work like crazy

Its a rezzy yall please no lectures about dragging it on the beach


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#22

kelvin

Active Member
#23
All great flies
Hard decision to make ... I mean Johnny Cash and all.....


Steve Knapp's Black Squid is the Winner

Thanks for playing!
See ya next Month
 
#24
Thanks Kelvin! Thanks to Thomas for starting this idea as well, its alot of fun seeing everybodys ideas and keeps me at the vise. I know exactly what March should be....
 

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