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Old 02-12-2012, 01:14 PM
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Hi guys I kinda thought this March brown pattern up for a Friend in this Club....I Think it will score....What do you think... So I hope you guys like it & I hope you like Dry Flys....

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Old 02-12-2012, 01:25 PM
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Let the fish be the judge, thats what a guide told me once. Looks good other than it looks like it should have been tied a little more forward. Let us know if it works.
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Dude, that thing is pretty.
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Let the fish be the judge, thats what a guide told me once. Looks good other than it looks like it should have been tied a little more forward. Let us know if it works.
Hi The Reason It Is Tied The Way it ... Is Because it is a Catskill Type Fly...That is why the Bare place is left in the shank....This allows for a special type of knot to be placed there...


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Very nice. Those examples certainly have the classic look of Cross's dry flies, with bare shank behind the eye of the hook to receive a Turle knot
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It will score ,no doubt

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Hi The Reason It Is Tied The Way it ... Is Because it is a Catskill Type Fly...That is why the Bare place is left in the shank....This allows for a special type of knot to be placed there...


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That is part of fly I dont like
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All these dries have me wanting to fish them, just gotta get some steelhead to rise for dries
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It's a nice little Fly which will catch Fish one I will also try when I dye some Duck Feathers,It will come in handy on a Mayfly Hatch on a # 12 Hook.

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Another beauty, FS!

Love your classic Catskill dries.

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-Very nicely done and very beautiful flies.
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Hi The Reason It Is Tied The Way it ... Is Because it is a Catskill Type Fly...That is why the Bare place is left in the shank....This allows for a special type of knot to be placed there...


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Very nice. Those examples certainly have the classic look of Cross's dry flies, with bare shank behind the eye of the hook to receive a Turle knot
I learned something new. Didn't know that. Now what is a turle knot? I know I can google it but tie it on a show us.
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