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Old 09-15-2009, 09:37 AM
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Trygve, what did you use for the body on the last one you posted? That is a really good looking fly...

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Hi Dan,
I used red thread, silver tinsel and olive UTC Vinyl D Rib for the body.
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Old 09-22-2009, 02:41 PM
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Emerger with woven body and antron shell.
1 picture from side and 1 picture from under.

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tob1, great shot and great fly!
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Nohackle with mulehair and cdc.
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Hi Trygve,

You have so many good Mayfly ties in this thread that I have made it a sticky. Everyone needs a chance to see your Mayflies.

I noticed that the picture of the Mayfly in Devaux style is lost. Could you post it again?

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Hi Frank my Devaux style may fly is far from being as nice as Trygve's(and my pic too)but I tought you'd be pleased to see it.
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Nice fly JP
Here is the old picture from my Devaux fly.

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Old 10-05-2009, 01:04 AM
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One more nohackle fly in size 16.

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quote:Nice fly JP
Thanks Trygve,flattered to have an expert's opinionI tie many flies in the Devaux or Fischmeister's styles...so very classical patterns but still efficient
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Trygve, I put the Devaux fly photo back into your first post.

jbbfly, I think that is a pretty impressive tye.

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