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Old 10-28-2010, 08:01 AM
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Old 10-28-2010, 02:07 PM
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Are you still fishing dry flies or is it getting colder there? Here it is all wet flies especially right now. I'm making another trip soon, the weather is still good.
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Old 10-28-2010, 06:14 PM
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Are you still fishing dry flies or is it getting colder there? Here it is all wet flies especially right now. I'm making another trip soon, the weather is still good.
I live on chalk river upper Zeta.....one can fish on dries all year long
But first snow fall yesterday on every mountain around my town
It is damn freezing last two days,temperature is about 10 degrees C and very strong North wind....brrrrrrrrrrrr

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Here is one photo of my home town river,Upper Zeta
There is always some dries

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And here is photo of small stream,atribut to Zeta, where I learn to fly fish on my own
They both are sinking rivers.


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Old 01-05-2011, 03:59 PM
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One Woolly with ice-dub body that is pretty good at my rivers
Black hackle was not ribbed as usual at this patern,I used 3 hackles on 3 spots


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Hey Mladen...that's a nice fly...but I fell in love with the small stream...it's a beauty
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madjoni, really like the mayflies, and the beadhead bugger is intersting also...Looks like you have some very nice home waters...

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Old 01-06-2011, 03:17 AM
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madjoni, really like the mayflies, and the beadhead bugger is intersting also...Looks like you have some very nice home waters...

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MadJoni, your river looks great, and I look foward to seing more. That fly you have posted looks similar to a NZ classic except ours has only 2 hackles and squrrel tail

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MadJoni, your river looks great, and I look foward to seing more. That fly you have posted looks similar to a NZ classic except ours has only 2 hackles and squrrel tail

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I dont know that NZ patern.To be honest I dont know realy much about NZ flies
I made this bugger long ago,when i didnt have good wire to rib the hackle and when you make him this way it can last for ever
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Madjoni your flies are rocking...wow.
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