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Old 04-27-2010, 01:18 PM
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Default soft hackle red

-this is the attractor flies, when the water is not very clear, and fish like red.
I hope you will like. Cheers.

-hook:8
-thread:red 8/0
-rib:kristal flesh and silver wire
-body:red silk
-hackle:black hen
-toraxeacock

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Old 04-27-2010, 02:02 PM
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Default Re: soft hackle red

Very Beautiful,

These would make fine flies for the slow swing at the tail of the pool. I like the way you have counter wound the ribbing. You are becoming an Artist'

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Cisvara: Another very beautiful fly! I agree, that would be a great fly when the water is slightly high and off color!

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That's a beauty Cic...for once I disagree with Ard...you're not becoming an artist...you are one
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Nice fly cicvara.

I like the way that you ran the hackle 1/3 of the way down the hook from the head instead of leaving it near the eye with just a few turns of hackle as you see with most classic soft hackle patterns.

It would be interesting to see the action on that fly in the water. In fast water I would expect the hackle to extend almost all the way to the hook point.

I agree with Ard, the way that you counter wrapped the ribbing against the Crystal Flash is reminiscent of the counter wraps on some Spey style Salmon Fly patterns. Nice idea.

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Excellent looking fly! I've tied soft hackles for a while, but only recently used
them on the stream. They work great, and I had a smallmouth take a #14
yellow and partridge this afternoon. I'm a soft hackle convert, and look foward
to trying the pattern you posted, Cicvara...Thanks!
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Cicvara, that is a beautiful tying job...

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Default Re: soft hackle red

i love your soft hackles. i tried tying this and mine doesnt look anywhere near as good. great job.
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