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Old 01-20-2015, 04:15 AM
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this is a style used more early season tied matuku style with a palmer hackle following the rib holding the wing down. they can be frustrating when you first try to tie them

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Thread black
tail cree
wing cree
body silver foil
rib silver oval
body hackle and collar cree
head black


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seems like the new power shot takes a fair photo

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Nice fly...nice pic too Chris
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Chris: That is a beautiful streamer, thanks!
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So good to see you are still with us Chris,

How are things down there? Nice tie too,

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Chris, maybe a stupid question, but would this be a good brook trout pattern? Love the looks of your pattern. I have been waiting for a Cree order and should have it in the next couple of days and want to try that one.

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Nice looking pattern Chris! A bit "buggeresk" looking and anything that resembles a bugger should be productive.

I'll bet that would be a good pattern tied with furnace hackle too!
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Thanks all
Troutnut4, unfortunately I know nothing of brook trout they are very rare in New Zealand.

Ard I've been well, I'm just starting to get some flies ready for next season. Life is finally starting to return back to a normal pace

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Bigjim, I think olive would be very productive to

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Chris, maybe a stupid question, but would this be a good brook trout pattern? Love the looks of your pattern. I have been waiting for a Cree order and should have it in the next couple of days and want to try that one.

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I'm thinking that it would be an excellent Brookie fly but I'd go for a 16 hook size.
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You mention a wing in the recipe. Is it on the fly?
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