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Old 12-19-2011, 06:43 AM
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That should be a lot of action in the water. I love the old mink hat tie-in!

What kind of hook is that tied on?

BTW; I'm still following in your footsteps, or trying to, on photoing flies; I've moved on from the Coolpix 4500 to a new Coolpix P100 and love the ease of operation.

Your photos are suitable for framing, as are your flies.

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One try with video

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Trygve: Nice work on the snowshoe wing emerger! I liked the video also, especially the ending "Merry Christmas", very clever!
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Got some old flyfishing gear from 1950-70.
Here is one fly from the gear.

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Old 12-15-2012, 07:01 AM
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One Bob Wyatt " Dirty Duster"
hook Roman Moser pupa #14
Body selfblend dubbing, wing silver badger.

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One Bob Wyatt " Dirty Duster"
hook Roman Moser pupa #14
Body selfblend dubbing, wing silver badger.

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Trygve: That Dirty Duster sure looks like a fish magnet! The dubbing you used really looks nice, congrats!

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Got some old flyfishing gear from 1950-70.
Here is one fly from the gear.

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This one looks like old French school of tying
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One Bob Wyatt " Dirty Duster"
hook Roman Moser pupa #14
Body selfblend dubbing, wing silver badger.

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Nice tie, Trygve! Your patterns always have a real "bugginess" about them; very effective.

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One Devaux fly with hen and rooster hackle in front.
Hook TMC 100BL #12. Body silk.

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One Devaux fly with hen and rooster hackle in front.
Hook TMC 100BL #12. Body silk.

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Trygve: Are you twisting the silk to get that nice segmented look to the body?

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