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Old 01-12-2013, 02:13 PM
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Thorsten: Thanks for sharing the great SBS's on two great looking patterns!
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Another "new" to me type of nymph, super heavy and the pic doesn't show it but the dubbing is a light pale pink like a Hendrickson's pink.
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Thorsten: Thanks for sharing the great SBS's on two great looking patterns!
It was a pleasure I hope that some beginners will get some inspiration
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FlyTire, what do you use for those soft hackles? Is that partridge?

The CDC from the Elk and CDC as well as the floss body and soft hackle were all from that grab bag you sent me from over at the FT Forum.
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Since it was cold and rainy here today, I got some good time at the vise.

Here's some redfish candy; super easy to tie.
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Not much for me, but I found some cheap labor
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Hi all,

a few leggy half-hogs from today. Snow is falling and cabin fever is setting in.







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