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    Bucktail Jig.


    Painted a few jig heads tonight and managed to Ty one jig.
    So far that is.





    ---------- Post added at 10:23 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:07 PM ----------

    Baby Smurf


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    I rarely tie dries. But tonight I was really drawn toward tying Royal Trudes... I really enjoy the looks of the "royal" series of flies and figured I'd start there... Feel free to critique




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    Quote Originally Posted by "Vulpes" View Post
    this might be a bit personal... What is it you do for a living?
    That would be on my "About Me"...in my profile...


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    Quote Originally Posted by itchmesir View Post
    I rarely tie dries. But tonight I was really drawn toward tying Royal Trudes... I really enjoy the looks of the "royal" series of flies and figured I'd start there... Feel free to critique



    Now, those I would say if I had one critique it would be....That I need to tie some of those. How did I miss that royal pattern. I'm very fond of any royal flies, those and any wulff.

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    Default Re: What have you been tying today?

    Quote Originally Posted by itchmesir View Post
    I rarely tie dries. But tonight I was really drawn toward tying Royal Trudes... I really enjoy the looks of the "royal" series of flies and figured I'd start there... Feel free to critique



    Eric: Nicely done, that is one pattern I have never tied nor fished, but was reading one of Walter Wiese's Kindle books the other day and that is one of the patterns he recommends on the Yellowstone river in YNP. Walter is the head guide at the Parks Fly Shop.
    Larry


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    Default Re: What have you been tying today?

    Quote Originally Posted by itchmesir View Post
    I rarely tie dries. But tonight I was really drawn toward tying Royal Trudes... I really enjoy the looks of the "royal" series of flies and figured I'd start there... Feel free to critique



    Make some up in Chartreuse !...

    Print Lime Trude


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    Quote Originally Posted by mcnerney View Post
    Eric: Nicely done, that is one pattern I have never tied nor fished, but was reading one of Walter Wiese's Kindle books the other day and that is one of the patterns he recommends on the Yellowstone river in YNP. Walter is the head guide at the Parks Fly Shop.
    Good to know Larry. As I'm hoping I'll be in YNP at the beginning of August! Does he touch on sizes or how he prefers to present it? It uses a down wing style so it can be used as a dry, a wet, or stripped like a streamer. I find versatility in a pattern to be my latest draw. Been tying up a lot of soft hackles as well due to it.

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    Eric: I can't remember, but will charge up the IPad and re-read that section and see what he says. About all I can remember was that he was fishing it dry. He posts here on the forum every so often, but I'm guessing he is getting into his busy season. If I can figure out his username I will pass it to you so you can send him a pm and get the details directly from him.

    Edit: I found his username: Longs for Cutts, send him a pm.
    Larry


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    Default Re: What have you been tying today?

    Quote Originally Posted by itchmesir View Post
    Good to know Larry. As I'm hoping I'll be in YNP at the beginning of August! Does he touch on sizes or how he prefers to present it? It uses a down wing style so it can be used as a dry, a wet, or stripped like a streamer. I find versatility in a pattern to be my latest draw. Been tying up a lot of soft hackles as well due to it.

    Roam around HERE:

    Parks' Fly Shop: Guide to Attractor Flies for Fly Fishing Yellowstone


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    Quote Originally Posted by mcnerney View Post
    Eric: I can't remember, but will charge up the IPad and re-read that section and see what he says. About all I can remember was that he was fishing it dry. He posts here on the forum every so often, but I'm guessing he is getting into his busy season. If I can figure out his username I will pass it to you so you can send him a pm and get the details directly from him.

    Edit: I found his username: Longs for Cutts, send him a pm.
    That's interesting. I tie his gfa. Probably my favorite foam grasshopper pattern.

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