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Old 08-03-2008, 02:38 PM
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Question Articulated Flies ??

Do you tie articulated flies ? Are yours fairly simple to tie, or are some of
them quite an undertaking ? If you do tie them are yours mainly used for
trout, bass, salmon, steelhead ? Do you have a nominal pair of hooks that you typically use for each section ? (i.e a size 8 scud type for the back & a long streamer type for the front)

Since I've started to tie more tube flies lately tying longer style of flies is much easier. Several of my tubes (sorry but the pictures I've taken exceed the limits for this site, or I'd attach one for you to see) are in the 4" to 6" range & are wonderfully articulated. The large Black Leech swims beautifully in the current.

How about you, are you an articulated fly tyer & user ?

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