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  1. Fly Tying
    Wulff-like in appearance. hook - Dai Riki 300 #10 thread - UTC 140 black tail - moose body abdomen - Congo Hair white hackle - black wing - calftail mash barb, start thread at 3/4 mark clean, stack, measure (hook length) a clump of calftail; tie in/trim, cover butts with thread...
  2. Fly Tying
    Based on a fly from Bojan Novakovic. A beautiful tie, his used guinea for the tail and a sparse wing; I subbed hackle fibers for the tail to improve floatation and a few more turns of Mearns (very similar to guinea but better suited for smaller flies than the guinea I have) to beef up the wing...
  3. Fly Tying
    Combined elements of Harrop and Stalcup patterns. Tied here as a grey drake; change color/size to suit your needs. hook - Dai Riki 300 #10 thread - MFC 8/0 sand tail - moose body body - turkey biot tan thorax - dubbing tan hackle - grizzly wing - partridge mash barb, start thread at 3/4...
  4. Fly Tying
    Based on Shane Stalcup's design; subbed poly yarn wing for Medallion sheeting. Tied here as a rusty spinner; change color/size to suit your needs. hook - Dai Riki 320 #14 thread - MFC 8/0 rusty brown tail - hackle fibers golden badger body - goose biot rust post - foam cylinder chartreuse...
  5. Fly Tying
    Chris Williams' semi-Hacklestacker with a PFD. Tied here as in generic shades of grey; change color/size to suit your needs. hook - Dai Riki 320 #14 thread - Danville 6/0 grey tail - hackle fibers grizzly abdomen - goose quill natural shellback - 1mm foam grey indicator - Mcflyfoam hot...
  6. Entomology
    Playing with my macro lens I captured this trico mayfly molting into a spinner at Hebgen Lake, MT.Trico molting into spinner. Hebgen Lake, MT by creekx posted Jul 27, 2016 at 9:27 PM
  7. Entomology
    West Seattle creek 4/13/16 Big group of spinners (imagos) at the bridge over the creek Rhithrogena?
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