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Old 04-05-2010, 12:56 PM
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One Wolly with melted glue on top.

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Old 04-05-2010, 01:05 PM
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Default Re: Melted glue Wolly

Trygve,

That is a nice looking fly! How bout we call it 'Black Prawn'? Even has a shell on the back,

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Old 04-05-2010, 01:42 PM
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I'd rather call it "black alien" Trygve....don't know why this fly makes me think of the monster
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I'd rather call it "black alien" Trygve....don't know why this fly makes me think of the monster

It makes you think of a monster ( ) JP because it could catch a monster fish when cast to the right spot.
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Trygve: Another great looking fly! The hot melt really changes the appearance of it.

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Very cool! I'm guessing you smushed it down with moistened fingers once it cooled a bit?
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This is a HOT tip from me. (Be careful, it need some practice to do it right - start with a small amount melted glue )
If I use the salvia from my mouth on my finger(s), then I will never burn my finger. I form it at once after I put the melted glue on the fly. I melt the end of the glue-stick with a lighter.
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Hi Everyone,

I recently saw an episode of Mythbusters where they stuck there hand into a pot of molting lead and didn't get burned. The would stick their hand into a bucked of water and then into the lead. They didn't dally but they did do it. The water formed a barrier between the molting lead and their hand. I bet the same principle is working here with Trygve and his molting glue procedure.

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I recently saw an episode of Mythbusters where they stuck there hand into a pot of molting lead and didn't get burned. The would stick their hand into a bucked of water and then into the lead. They didn't dally but they did do it. The water formed a barrier between the molting lead and their hand. I bet the same principle is working here with Trygve and his molting glue procedure.

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Default Re: Melted glue Wolly

That's really an excellent looking fly! I was thinking about a wooly bugger last night, but without traditional hackle, and then I see this....
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