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Old 07-07-2009, 10:16 AM
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Modge Podge

Sorry I tend to wander with new patterns and materials. I'll post a couple of them here.

A mix of czech nymphs, not my own pattern but a little liberal with some colours
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I tied this to commemorate a fallen police dog named Keno. I have dubbed it "The Alsatian." The blue represents his kevlar vest.
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Picture of Keno
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This is the Claret and Mallard, not my pattern:
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This is the Spey fly extension of the claret and mallard, called the Mallet, definitely my pattern.
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More later, my ego is overriding common sense.
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Old 07-07-2009, 11:44 AM
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Great stuff there man. I've never seen blue Czech nymphs, but with the luck I've had on blue Copper Johns, I'm willing to give it a shot.
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Great looking flies!

I'm really digging those speys.

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Old 07-07-2009, 12:04 PM
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Thanks guys. Big Cliff that blue came from some dubbing a friend in Holland sent me years ago. Todd Oishi who has fished a number of world tournaments, says that you need "eye catching brilliance" that is pretty eye catching, but honestly I have not used that colour yet,

Peregrines the Keno Spey is tied with a hair wing from a friends Alsatian. I am no spey tyer I just challenged myself to learn last winter so the addiction goes on.
Some of those new spey styles with rhea are incredible, but beyond me at the moment.
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I think the only blue dubbing I currently have is the QD stuff, but that's pretty ideal for Czech Nymphs anyway.

I think I'll try some with blue QD, copper rib, mirage flashback, and maybe wrapped sword for the thorax. Should be pretty wild looking.
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In fast current where czechs are used, the fish often gets a quick glimpse. The eye catching part of the whole thing I suspect is to bee seen and thus be bitten. Let me know how it works.....better yet post a picture.
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Great job, Can you share instructions for making them?
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Sure, did you want the czech nymph? I can do a photo step by step when I get a bit of time if you like. If you need it sooner, check out youtube for some great instruction. Let me know.....Kerry
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