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Old 04-18-2012, 07:26 AM
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The YouTube for the Fritz Dabbler has been pulled-down by the user, for whatever reason... But the Fiery Brown Olive is an interesting SBS.

Some of these fly tiers make it look SO EASY!!!
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I love these videos on these types of flies. It is such a shame about the other video being taken off. These flies are very interesting to me. So please keep them coming for a little bit longer. I am really enjoying them.
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Here're some beadhead PT soft-hackles and some of the Double Standards as well, though the hare's guard-hairs got a bit lengthy on the first two...

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Just finished this for a step by step I am doing.

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The "FLASHIES"...

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PT - you're killing me! everytime I see some of your flies.. I'm adding more things to my to-do list.

What are the flies on the middle and bottom right? They look like very good PMD and Baetis nymphs
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With all of these beautiful flies everybody ties, I figured I'd post a few ugly ones.

Another articulated Clouser
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River Craw with legs
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They ain't pretty, but do catch fish.
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PT - you're killing me! everytime I see some of your flies.. I'm adding more things to my to-do list.

What are the flies on the middle and bottom right? They look like very good PMD and Baetis nymphs
I'll come back and post the recipes for those two...basically, they are attractor patterns with "hot spots'...I will be using these on my laboratory - the East Walker River - in about three to four weeks...

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I'll come back and post the recipes for those two...basically, they are attractor patterns with "hot spots'...I will be using these on my laboratory - the East Walker River - in about three to four weeks...

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Nice.. always liked the East Walker.. caught my first 20" on a dry there.. also the day I discovered trout have teeth

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a slightly better Thunder and Lightning than the last one. Still much to improve, but this one is for my 7 yo nephew so i'm sure he wont be able to see the shortcomings.

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