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Old 09-29-2010, 02:37 AM
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, that polyprop yarn is suposed too sink well isnt it

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Well,not exactly....polypropilen floats good and we used it a lot like wing materials but with some gink on....without gink it 'drinks' water

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Here is same material but for another purpose

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Old 09-29-2010, 04:41 AM
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OK, I'll bite. I've never seen anything like the pattern in that pic; really interesting. Does the fly sink to the level of the polyprop tip (is this a way to put a nymph just under the surface and keep it there?)

Nice tie! Very creative.

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Does the fly sink to the level of the polyprop tip (is this a way to put a nymph just under the surface and keep it there?)

Nice tie! Very creative.

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That is general idea
This kind of pattern is not something new....lot of people use monofil for ataching that sighter but i found that solution is not so good for moving water
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Here in the U.S they are generally called 'parasols', but I've never seen one with such a tall bumbershoot.milt.
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Old 09-30-2010, 05:49 AM
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Here in the U.S they are generally called 'parasols', but I've never seen one with such a tall bumbershoot.milt.
parasools , paratroopers and other sky diving and military terms
But I am more in some 'Navy' stuff this days....one huchen gave me headache ..so i made this 'submarine'



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I see noone notice my absence around here

I was on fishing trip for few days and you allready forgoten me
But,i am not to angry ....so here is one beauty ,caught on white streamer



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Old 10-23-2010, 04:43 AM
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Hi Madjoni,

Very nice Mayfly patterns; I particularly like the way that you form your tails. And, nice Brown in your previous post!

Here's a tangential question: I'm going to the 2010 International Fly Tying Symposium in Somerset, NJ over the weekend of Novermber 20/21 and I noticed that there will be a featured fly tyer from Montenegro at the meeting. His name is Safet Nikocevic. Do you know him?

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Very nice flies Mladenyour"submarine" looks very much like what we call a"chabot"
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Hi Madjoni,

Very nice Mayfly patterns; I particularly like the way that you form your tails. And, nice Brown in your previous post!

Here's a tangential question: I'm going to the 2010 International Fly Tying Symposium in Somerset, NJ over the weekend of Novermber 20/21 and I noticed that there will be a featured fly tyer from Montenegro at the meeting. His name is Safet Nikocevic. Do you know him?

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Thanks Pocono
never heard about that fellow SafetAre you sure that he is from Montenegro?Maybe he is montenegran but probably he does not lives here...

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Very nice flies Mladenyour"submarine" looks very much like what we call a"chabot"
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