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Old 04-16-2012, 05:47 PM
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Default Re: how much "modifcation" is too much to a classic trout fly?

Just received a Tyvek envelope, going to have to try it out. Thanks


I got looking at my fly box and found a prince that I bought up in Montana and the back wing things are flashy material (almost like an extra extra wide mylar) but they are flat and cut exactly to the shape of biots. Should I try to do something more like these or just make a bit of a cape out of flashabou? (heck Might just make both for kicks and giggles)

Dry flys I dont mess with, I honestly dont even tie them because mine never float or hold up like the ones I buy in shops.
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