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Old 02-12-2012, 11:18 PM
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Default Re: What have you been tying today?

Eunan, the flies (moving clockwise from the top) are for the small streamer, winged wet, and steelhead swaps. The last swap was the second midge swap, but they're not on the foam.

Robert, the streamers are a pattern I just BSed (I'm sure someone has tied it before but I didn't follow any pattern). It's essentially a baby rainbow pattern (unfortunately I left out a stripe of pink which I realize now) with a craft fur base, several layers of deer hair, and a throat and head of marabou, plus an epoxy head with holographic eyes. The barring is just done with a sharpie.

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Originally Posted by la_jolla1 View Post
Irish style variation of a green drake - anyone think this will work in Montana?
Is that dyed hungarian partridge? Either way, it's awesome, great-looking pattern!
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