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Old 07-12-2009, 12:20 AM
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Default A few soft hackles

Hello all. New guy here but been tying flies for quite a few years, here's a few soft hackles I tied up this morning to add to the arsenal.
1st one is a Brassie Flymph with a starling hackle, on a sz 16 mustad 3906B hook.
2nd one is a Red Ass, used red thread, peacock for the body and a guinea feather for the hackle, sz 12 mustad 3906B Hook.
3rd was a Peacock Flymph, peacock for the body and a badger hackle, sz 16 mustad 3906B hook.
I wasn't in the mood to go any smaller than a sz 16 this morning.
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File Type: jpg Brassie Flymph sz16.jpg (15.9 KB, 92 views)
File Type: jpg Red Ass sz12.jpg (17.0 KB, 85 views)
File Type: jpg Peacock Flymph sz16.jpg (16.5 KB, 84 views)
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flytyer56: NIce work on the nymphs, they would do really good in this part of the country! I really like your version of the Red Ass.

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Thanks Larry, I can't take credit for the flies. I got the patterns from Allen McGee's book "Tying & Fishing Soft-Hackled Nymphs. That is a good book alot of imfo and patterns.
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One of the beauties of fly tying is that it lets one be creative. There are so many different hook, body, thorax, underwing, wing combinations that can be done for a soft hackle wet fly.

Nice flies. I'm sure that you will catch plenty of fish with them.

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