Goddard Caddis Jingler

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Goddard Caddis Jingler

Post by ScottP » Sun Jun 04, 2017 6:38 am

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hook – Dai Riki 320 #12
thread - UTC 140 tan (body)/MFC 8/0 brown
body - deer hair
hackle - grizzly dyed olivish brown (1tbs Rit Camel/1 cup water)/partridge


Playing around with a new (for me) Rit color, thinking it would yield a deep tan; ended up with the olive brown (2 minutes in the microwave)

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next batch I backed off to 90 seconds and got this, which also has possibilities

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Re: Goddard Caddis Jingler

Post by DOUGSDEN » Sun Jun 04, 2017 7:24 am

Holy Cow Scott! That's nice! I am thrilled too with the dying of hackles in the microwave! Very interesting and has great potential! I love how you can gauge the depth of the color by simply adjusting the time on the microwave timer! Great stuff friend!!
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Re: Goddard Caddis Jingler

Post by hankaye » Sun Jun 04, 2017 7:44 am

ScottP, Howdy;

What color were the Grizzly feathers before you dyed'em, white?
Very nice trick with the microwave thanks for including it as well.

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Re: Goddard Caddis Jingler

Post by ScottP » Sun Jun 04, 2017 7:59 am

hankaye wrote:What color were the Grizzly feathers before you dyed'em, white?
Yep; standard grizzly.

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Re: Goddard Caddis Jingler

Post by tie2fish » Sun Jun 04, 2017 8:37 am

Love the Goddard Jingler pattern, Scott. That should slay.
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Re: Goddard Caddis Jingler

Post by letumgo » Sun Jun 04, 2017 9:46 pm

Are you preparing for a trip? You seem to be on a roll. Poor trout don't stand a chance against these offerings. :D

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Re: Goddard Caddis Jingler

Post by ScottP » Tue Jun 06, 2017 4:18 am

letumgo wrote:Are you preparing for a trip?
I'm headed back to MT in a few weeks. Don't have any big trips to name waters planned; more likely time on little blue lines, so we'll see what the cutts will and won't bite on.

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