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Old 10-27-2011, 06:16 PM
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Default Re: Alaskan Pattern Productivity, What Works;

Alright Ard, I had to BS some mats on this one, but here's my attempt at your Orange Amnesia. I got a bag of salmon hooks so I had to have a go. I may be going out in the morning and there should be salmon running where I'm at, so I figured I'd borrow some patterns from the master! Unfortunately my assortment of feathers is lacking, so I can't take a shot at the starling feather patterns, and my flank-wrapping-fu is severely lacking.
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What do I need to improve? And what other patterns should I tie? There should be steel, browns, and salmon in the water tomorrow.

And this is what a 9-3 looks like tied by a novice with no starling feathers and no step-by-step
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