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Old 04-17-2011, 02:21 PM
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Default Re: Saint Patrick's Day Salmon Fly

Ah suuure an begolly, me thinks I need to draw a pint. An joost feed me poor old eyes.
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Default Re: Saint Patrick's Day Salmon Fly

Really nice! Looks like it has a GP tippet underwing(?) What's in the married wing? I like the way you picked up one of the married wing components in the throat. Is the collar ostrich herl? 20 questions............

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Old 04-18-2011, 04:33 PM
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Woza! What a great looking fly!

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This is a very beautiful Fly... I don't tie Salmon Flies, But I can really appreciate this one......


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My hat is off to you.... beautiful.
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Really nice! Looks like it has a GP tippet underwing(?) What's in the married wing? I like the way you picked up one of the married wing components in the throat. Is the collar ostrich herl? 20 questions............

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Hi Allan,

The underwing is golden pheasant tippets. The married wing is dark green and chartreuse goose shoulder alternating with strips of peacock primary. the throat is teal and the head has about three turns of ostrich same as the butt.
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