Same here. this is the first fall I haven't spent a few days in Roscoe. Seems a little wet but I'm sure missing seeing everyone.
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- Wed Nov 07, 2018 11:28 am
- Forum: Fly Dressings - Wingless Wets
- Topic: Quailabou and Light Orange
- Replies: 11
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I'll 'fess up, Carl. After trying briefly to wrap one of these feathers with awful results, I tied it in as a bundle out over the hook eye with two loose wraps, then tightened down to sort of roll it around the shank. Left it there while I went down and back to make the body, brought thread up fron...
- Mon Oct 29, 2018 9:40 pm
- Forum: Tutorials / Step-by-Steps / Video Demos
- Topic: Macro Fly Photography - A Process
- Replies: 94
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Ray, there are some interesting comments in this thread as well as quite a lot of work, but man did this thread ever go on and off the rails. It’s useful in a crime scene forensics kind of way. There’s good stuff here, but you’re going to have to gather some evidence and attribute motives and then s...
I have a few spools of ash and each one is a slightly different, depending on the age, but it's unique enough to clearly be ash. I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with it.
For the past 15 years I have been using almost exclusively the black, tear-drop shaped hackle pliers by J.Dorin. They used to come in a small and large, but in the past few years I've only seen them for sale in large. I've bought and still have half a dozen and I never want to be without them. They ...
- Tue Oct 09, 2018 1:31 pm
- Forum: Tying Wingless Wets
- Topic: Edmonds & Lee's March Brown - No 8b
- Replies: 10
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These are all just fantastic. That colored dubbing is beautiful, especially with the 8b thread. Such a nice combination. Lance ties a partridge flymph using a pink dubbing on waxed primrose or orange that gives a very similar effect. Of course I think I'm down to my last one.