Midge fly

tob1

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Hook: TMC 508 #16
Body: Alpakka dubbing
Wing: TMC aero dry wing
Front: CDC puff twisted in two cordel thread (serafil)
 

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TOB1

I always look forward to your posts- Great looking flies!

peregrines
 

tob1

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LaFontaines
Diving Egg-Laying Midge
Hook TMC 102Y #19
Body: Touch dubb sparkle yarn brown
Wing: Clear Antron in loop
Hackle: Fiery Brown ( 1 to 2 turn)



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Tob1

Another very impressive fly. I'd bet your flies would be killer here in Wyoming!
I really enjoy looking at your work!

Larry
 

tob1

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One more LaFountaine midge.
Hook : Daichii 1190-16
Body: Hair from old shaving brush
Clear Antron Loop
Silver Badger Hackle

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tob1

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Easy tying midge - Staffan Midge.
Wing : Moser Dust fibre (original organza) - Dubbed body. CDC in splitted thread in front.

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Steelhead Junkie

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Very nice tie, Tob1. When you ay split thred, do you mean parting half the fibre from the other half and placing materials in between, based on the same princible as a dubbing loop???
 
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