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Old 01-26-2011, 08:59 PM
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Default Parachutes tied on the bend

I have been looking for about an hour now for a pattern I have seen before but I dont know the name of. Instead of the post/wing being tied in the traditional spot near the eye it is tied over the bend of the hook. I have the fly tied already I just dont have a clue on how to whip finish it because its backwards.

So if anyone could name that fly or point me in the right direction that would be awesome.

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Old 01-26-2011, 10:16 PM
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Default Re: Parachutes tied on the bend

Tyler i think you may be referring to Roy Christie's Reversed Parachute using a loop of 4lb mono as a post--

Here's a step by step for you from a UK forum:

UKFlyDressing - Roy's Reverse Para

An "extended reach" Matarelli whip finisher (with a wider "N" shape) might be a help in whipping if you happen to have one lying around, though it shouldn't be necessary.
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Default Re: Parachutes tied on the bend

That's the fly. Although I tied mine way differently. I just tied it like a normal parachute on the bend. I will try and get a pic up if I get a chance.
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oooooo....Roy's para SBS was awesome...now I'm itching to get to the bench and try it out. I use the mono for postless para's but haven't tied them backwards like this...very cool. Thanks for the link!!!!
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