Tups Flymph

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Re: Tups Flymph

Post by Theroe » Mon Jan 13, 2020 9:03 am

yes....HOWEVER, that is a GREAT photo!!!
Soft and wet - the only way....
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Re: Tups Flymph

Post by NedZeppelin » Sat Jan 18, 2020 10:25 am

Amazing tie. And in the PMD flymph category, I’d like to acquire from some kind soul here the ingredients for one batch of Valla’s Tups dubbing from his Catskills book. Seems that if you acquire the yarns separately you not only make quite an investment but also have several lifetimes’ supply. I am thinking the blend perfect for a Frying Pan flymph pattern. PMs welcome, thanks.
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Re: Tups Flymph

Post by chase creek » Sat Jan 18, 2020 12:01 pm

Lovely! Also, what Ray said. :D
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Re: Tups Flymph

Post by DUBBN » Sat Jan 18, 2020 12:18 pm

Great photo Carl !
I like your approach at duplicating what a pattern will look like when submerged. I am smoking some salmon this next week. I am going to take a few soft hackles and smear some fish slime on them and see if it makes any difference in the patterns air trapping qualities.

Do not expect photos. I could never duplicate your abilities at photography.
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