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  1. #31
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    Default Re: Classic Wet Flies

    Fern from Mary Orvis Marbury


    Fern from Bergman's Trout


    Royal Coachman


    Between two ferns
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    Default Re: Classic Wet Flies

    Looks like you're having fun..........and tying up some very nice flies at the same time.

    Pocono

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pocono View Post
    Looks like you're having fun..........and tying up some very nice flies at the same time.

    Pocono
    Fun is an understatement! Every day I find a new one i want to tie! Luckily i've a pretty decent stock of materials so i can usually tie what i want when i want!
    Addicted is an understatement!
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    Default Re: Classic Wet Flies

    Eunan those are very nice! I have not seen the Fern before, very nice.
    thanks for that.

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    Captain


    Ibis and White (rib and tip should be gold)


    Thunder


    Page
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    Default Re: Classic Wet Flies

    Eunan, you get a really full throat on your wets; which looks great on these patterns. How about posting a SBS on how you do that?

    Also, what are you using for hackle? Looks nice and soft.

    Pocono

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    The throat on the Page is a hen hackle wound full, then tied down. On the Thunder, its schlappen fibers stripped off the quill and tied in under the shank, and on the Ibis and White, they are stripped hen hackle tied under the shank.

    So 3 different methods. I'll make SBS for each one and post it soon.
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    Hawthorne


    The set so far....
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    Blue Jay (Bergman)
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    That's European Jay - right!

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