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Old 02-18-2010, 01:08 AM
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Now that Ive finnished the swaps I thought to tie somthing harder for fun
I had heaps of yellow,red, and orange dubbing scraps on my bench so I blended it and used it for this fly the colour reminded me of a phoenix
and I tryed to use this theame in a salmon style fly

Tip- gold flat
Tag- red floss
Tail- gold Tippets
Butt- hot red glister dubbing trimmed (to look like herl)
Body- Pheonix dubbing
Rib- gold flat followed with hot orange saddle(long)
Under wing- turkey tail
wing- cinnamon mottled turkey quil
Throat- hot orange saddle(long)
Topping- Pheasant (irridescant green/dark red dyed)

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That's a pretty sweet looking fly for just having scraps on the table

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Chris, that is a sweet looking fly...

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-Chris, very nicely done, excellent.
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Default Re: Phoenix fly

Chris,

Yep, what they said; really nice job and you have that head spot on! Nice fly!

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I like it! Nice tie.
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