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peregrines 10-26-2011 01:58 PM

Winged Wet Fly Swap
 
Here's a swap for folks that like to tie and fish wet flies.

Any winged wet fly-- traditional or new fangled patterns, natural or synthetic materials, mayfly or caddis imitations, and/or attractor patterns are good for this swap.

Due Date Jan 30, 2012

1. S. fontinalis - Alexandra RECEIVED
2. Gatortransplant - Christmas Flymph RECEIVED
3. Liphookedau - Coachman Variant RECEIVED
4. Wovenstonefly - The Butcher RECEIVED
5. Mudbug - Dark Cahill RECEIVED
6. dean_mt LaFontaine Diving Caddis RECEIVED
7. Famill00- Diving Caddis RECEIVED
8. tbiii - Queen of the Waters RECEIVED
9. Flytyer123 - Tellico Flymph
10. Dave5977 - Leadwing Coachman RECEIVED
11. Pocono - March Brown - out
12. drlaser- custom pattern RECEIVED
13. peregrines- TBD

s fontinalis 10-26-2011 02:05 PM

Re: Winged Wet Fly Swap
 
In, i'll tie Alexandra's

peregrines 10-26-2011 02:19 PM

Re: Winged Wet Fly Swap
 
Excellent, that's a beautiful pattern. Glad to have you in this one!

gatortransplant 10-26-2011 02:27 PM

Re: Winged Wet Fly Swap
 
I'll jump in here Mark, but I need to pick a pattern. I'll get back to you on that part.

Liphookedau 10-26-2011 09:04 PM

Re: Winged Wet Fly Swap
 
Mark.
I would like to join,at this stage I'm going through my boxes to see which materials I have or need before I advise the pattern I will Tie,as I might have to take the gun for a walk to acquire some needed materials.
As I read it the winging materials are fairly open however Deer Hair would be excluded as the Fly would fall into The Dry Fly Catagory.
Brian

peregrines 10-27-2011 04:31 PM

Re: Winged Wet Fly Swap
 
AJ and Brian glad to have you both in this swap.

Brian-- any winged wet fly would be good for this one-- (excluding nymphs and streamers). Some caddis pupae patterns like the Lafontaine's Emergent Sparkle Pupa use deer hair for a sparse wing but are designed to be fished subsurface, so if you have a favorite wet pattern with deer hair wings that would be fine.

By the way Brian, since you're in Australia, don't worry about return postage-- since the US postal service won't honor stamps from Oz, my local bank doesn't cash foreign checks and getting US currency would be a pain I'll just pic up the return postage (it's cheap).

wovenstonefly 10-29-2011 05:32 PM

Re: Winged Wet Fly Swap
 
This sounds like fun. I'll jump in. Probably tie the butcher or a black and orange... or just make it up as I go. We'll see what happens.

mudbug 10-29-2011 07:10 PM

Re: Winged Wet Fly Swap
 
I'm in for a Dark Cahill.

dean_mt 10-29-2011 08:09 PM

Re: Winged Wet Fly Swap
 
I am considering this...I'm such a sucker for swaps! And I love tying wets even though I don't fished the winged variety much...

Alright, I'll do it!

Put me down for a LaFontaine Diving Caddis, Mark.

famill00 10-30-2011 01:10 AM

Re: Winged Wet Fly Swap
 
I will go in. I will need to do some research to find a pattern.


-Forrest


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