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Thread: Stillwater Trout Flies

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    Default Stillwater Trout Flies

    For those of you that bob around in float tubes here's one for you.

    Tie up your productive patterns for trout in lakes and ponds.

    Due date Feb 15, 2010.

    1. Brandy- Maroon Bead Head Chironomid size 12
    2. Joni- Henry's Lake Renegade - RECEIVED
    3. Webrx- Scud -RECEIVED
    4. Tob1- TBD - RECEIVED
    5. Min
    6. Chrisinselwynnz- Black Midge - RECEIVED
    7. Pocono- Chironomid - RECEIVED
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    Last edited by peregrines; 01-26-2010 at 06:22 PM.
    Mark

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    Default Re: Stillwater Trout Flies

    count me in

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    Default Re: Stillwater Trout Flies

    You're in!
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    Default Re: Stillwater Trout Flies

    im gonna do a maroon beadhead chironomid size 12

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    Heay, I am at the vise for the Wet flies and Salmon....How about a Henry's Lake Renagade?

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    Default Re: Stillwater Trout Flies

    Great Joni. I hope we get a few more, i know there are a lot of still water folks here.
    Mark

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    I'll play. I will tie up a scud pattern I have had some luck with. Not sure it has a name other then a scud pattern. I have had decent luck with chartruese and (believe it or not) pink. I think the pink was being mistaken for blood midges or shrimp of some kind, I did hear there were blood midges showing up in a fishing report I read about two days after I fished the lake.

    I have been wanting to tie up some more pink ones for myself, but ran out of clear and pink scudback material, this will give me a good excuse to go get some more. I have some dark olive on hand still and this works good as backing for the chartruese version.

    I will leave it up to you all if you want chartruese or pink or I could tie up half and half and go luck of the draw.

    Dave

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    Default Re: Stillwater Trout Flies

    Great Dave, glad to have you in this one.

    mark
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    Default Re: Stillwater Trout Flies

    I join, if it is practical to have one from Norway in the swap.
    Trygve

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    Trygve- you're always welcome to join in, glad you're in this one.
    Mark

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