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Old 02-05-2012, 03:37 PM
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Default iron blue dun

-hook:14
-tail:hen
-abdomen:barb goose(twisted)
-hackle:hen
-torax:muskrat


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Default Re: iron blue dun

Beautiful tying, these are fish catchers for sure!

very nice,

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Beautiful flies Rasevic...as usual
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Old 02-07-2012, 04:02 AM
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Old 02-07-2012, 06:28 AM
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Great looking flies there Rasevic! The goose barb body is really nice on that pattern.

That's a pattern that's been around for a long time and it's still one of the best fish catchers you can toss in the water.

Jim Leisenring used to tie and fish this pattern often in the streams in the Poconos. Flymph pattern have a lot of motion to them in the water and they seem to get the attention of almost any fish that they get close to.

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Really nice. that little spot of red in the tail is eye catching.
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Really nice. that little spot of red in the tail is eye catching.

Hi Cicvara I just Wanted you to know that I really wanted you to know how much I really enjoy your work. It is always vary enjoyable to watch the way you handle your fly's and the way you are always trying to get accomplished....



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-Thanks to all the kind words.

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