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Re: Isonychia Beaver

Posted: Tue Jun 21, 2011 7:19 pm
by willowhead
You do.....it's called the Beaverkill. :D ......... :lol: ..........btw Ray, i dunno if you get Mike Hogue's (Badger Creek Fly Tying), email newsletter.......but if you don't, you might wanna sign up for it. He's a real nut case........(funny cat).........his writing is a crack-up.......and he sometimes has great bargins. i'm ordering the Harding, North Country Spiders book from him currently. Actually called A Guide to North Country Flies by, Mike Harding. He has it in stock, and he also has the Wet Flies Technique book by Fogg. ;)

Re: Isonychia Beaver

Posted: Tue Jun 21, 2011 8:01 pm
by letumgo
They are both great books. My wife got them for me for Christmas. Mike Harding's book is a great read (funny).

Yeah, I need to get back to Roscoe, but I can't swing it any time soon (family stuff comes first)...

Re: Isonychia Beaver

Posted: Tue Jun 21, 2011 10:17 pm
by willowhead
Cool Beans.....you wife knows what time it is. Your blessed Bro. ;)

Re: Isonychia Beaver (Tutorial)

Posted: Thu Apr 26, 2012 8:29 pm
by letumgo
I am bumping this post to remind folks that June is prime time for Isonychia hatch. Roscoe is just around the corner, and William has been working on some wonderful Isonychia patterns. I figured it was time for me to go back and reread the information on isonychia hatches, as posted in some of these earlier posts. I hope you guys don't mind the recycled post. This just seemed like good timing to revisit a popular insect.

Re: Isonychia Beaver (Tutorial)

Posted: Thu Apr 26, 2012 11:07 pm
by William Anderson
Ray, this thread is brilliant. Thank you again for all your work. I have a lot more to consider as I approach the imitations again. Wiggles anyone?

Re: Isonychia Beaver (Tutorial)

Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 6:07 am
by Stendalen
Still an excellent fly Ray!

Re: Isonychia Beaver (Tutorial)

Posted: Mon Jun 10, 2019 8:06 am
by FliTrap
letumgo wrote:
Thu Apr 26, 2012 8:29 pm
I figured it was time for me to go back and reread the information on isonychia hatches, as posted in some of these earlier posts. I hope you guys don't mind the recycled post. This just seemed like good timing to revisit a popular insect.
:shock: This stuff is timeless! I never look at the dates as much as the topic. (laughing) Some days, I think much the same pattern....

"A spark from an old fire relights the candle of hope and dreams that I will again wade the waters...."

Besides.... I missed it last time it touched the top of the list!!! :roll: :mrgreen: