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Old 09-28-2008, 05:42 PM
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Default Caddis and Mayfly emerger

I`ll start my first posting on this great forum with a couple of emergers.

the first picture is two different caddis emergers and the second one are a mayfly emerger with both cdc and henhackle made with as a paraloop hackle.

Hope you will like it!

Terje!
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Hi Terje,

Nice work. That is a good looking May fly emerger.

Do you have a tutorial on how to tie those? Go to this page to see some of the tutorials that have been done.

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Hi Terje,

Nice work. That is a good looking May fly emerger.

Do you have a tutorial on how to tie those? Go to this page to see some of the tutorials that have been done.

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Hi again Frank
Yes i have quite a few step by steps so i will try to show them in a while.
Thanks for the link to the tutorials

Terje!
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Nice looking flies! Good work, thanks for sharing.

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Nice looking flies! Good work, thanks for sharing.

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Thanks a lot for your kind words, Larry

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