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Old 04-02-2014, 10:55 PM
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Old 04-03-2014, 05:55 PM
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GX DEEP SPARKLE PUPA - TMC 3761, #16...


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Old 04-05-2014, 01:55 PM
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My first two flys ever tied, had the help of a volunteer at project healing water on Friday and after a few bad ones I think these will be serviceable.


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A dozen size 18 Hi vis parachute adams for my brother in law and starting on size 22 hi vis para BWO

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I feel like I am getting better at these, they are not supermodel pin up quality flies. I do keep a tupperware full of water on the table when I tie these. I throw them, drop from 4 feet up, drop them upside down and backwards. If they don't correct themselves and float correctly without the use of fink or floatant then they don't pass QA and get hacked up for a do over.
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G2X (Glossosoma alacense) DEEP SPARKLE PUPA TMC 3761, #16

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GX (Glossosoma calificas) DEEP SPARKLE PUPA TMC 3761, #16


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Spring in the "yard" and my favorite fly on my shirt...

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Micro- Bombers. Chartreuse flash, pheasant tail, brown deer hair, and griz hackle.

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You guys are tying some wicked looking patterns, thanks for sharing!

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What size are those microbombers. They look great.
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