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Old 01-18-2011, 09:12 PM
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Was looking over my fly collection and liked the looks of a wet fly Ted Patlin traded me for some of mine . So I set down to the vise and whipped a few of them up. It is a peacock winged wet this one tied on a mustad 3906B size 6 with a some what longish wing , can't wait to give it a go maybe take one to a brookie stream and let them beat up on it a bit.

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Old 01-18-2011, 10:37 PM
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Very nice wets Allen,

I use very similar flies for trout and char here and when in Pennsylvania the March brown / Hares Ear wets were always good for tugs. Nice little layout for the picture too..........

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Thank you Ard ! Love to swing wets when there is nothing going on on top of course and I'm with you on the march brown and hares ear , they are a good bet when nothing is happening .
Do you fish Pa. a lot and where do you fish when you come down? I live on the Brodheads where I cut my teeth fly fishing over 30 years ago.
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Nice tying AllenThey look like they will be killer
Ill have to have a go at them myslef

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Thank you Chris! If you tye some up and fish them let us know how you did with them.
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Allen,

Short on time right now but will PM when I come home about Pennsylvania fishing. It's been seven years since I have had the pleasure to fish in my old haunts.

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Nice wet flies Allen! Did you use one or multiple strands of gold tensil for the ribbing?
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Thank you Wovenstonefly and futuramille !
On these I tried a couple of different tinsels the wide one is lagartun embossed gold and the ones to the right are done with gold medium oval french tinsel.
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Very sharp!

With "peacock winged", I thought maybe it was going to be more like one I tie with peacock sword for the wing and tail.

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The hackle's guinea there, but I also tie them smaller and use partridge.
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