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Flies and Fly Tying for Spey Fishing From classic salmon flies to sunray shadows. Anything salmon love to take after a great cast!

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Old 10-29-2014, 01:38 AM
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I know that pictures would be a good thing but my main computer which hosts all my photo programs is at the computer garage getting a tune up. So I'll ask you to post what you're making and tossing to the fish and I'll follow up with photos as soon as I can.

It's a shame really because I've made a stock of really cool tubes. They are Northern European style ties and follow along the Sunray Shadow type of flies I've been fishing a bit. I've got a fresh batch of Willie Gunn's and Wilkinson Sunray's tied in several variations and won't be on the forum tomorrow (Wednesday 10 - 29) because I'm going to go take them fishing

If you're tying tubes I'm particularly interested in seeing your innovations so please post away. I promise some river shots tomorrow night even if I have to download a program to make that happen...............

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Ard,

I tied up these the other night. Claret Devil Spey's. They a Claret Varient of Davie McPhails Red Devil Spey - claret because I had a GP skin dyed claret on hand....
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Nice,
So much better than my San Juan worm.
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Hey Eunan,

Those are beautiful! I use a fly I call the red head here for trout and char that works well and your ties look very much like it, I'm thinking they will catch for you.

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Hi Eunan again a couple of Realiy Nice Ties.
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