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bienville fly

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[/COLOR]Ok Guys, I'll take the plunge. Show off your best warmwater ties! Bass, Pike, Musky, Bream and Crappie! or anything else I missed. I'll lead off with a geeked out deceiver.



 

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I'm just cranking thru some deer hair orders but got a break in trimming to tie a few feathered gamechangers..headed to NC




 

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I'm just cranking thru some deer hair orders but got a break in trimming to tie a few feathered gamechangers..headed to NC




I am always in awe of tyers who spin deer hair like this. Great looking flies. Headed out in a bit to grab some patches of deer hair just to practice with. I have tried tying divers in the past with little success. New game plan is to just work on spinning/stacking before actually tying up fishable flies.

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[/COLOR]Ok Guys, I'll take the plunge. Show off your best warmwater ties! Bass, Pike, Musky, Bream and Crappie! or anything else I missed. I'll lead off with a geeked out deceiver.



check this thread out.... it will give you all the tying porn you could hope for

http://www.theflyfishingforum.com/forums/general-fly-tying-discussions/90263-what-have-you-been-tying-today.html
 

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[quote name="bmbailes" post=793837]I'm just cranking thru some deer hair orders but got a break in trimming to tie a few feathered gamechangers..headed to NC<br />
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I am always in awe of tyers who spin deer hair like this. Great looking flies. Headed out in a bit to grab some patches of deer hair just to practice with. I have tried tying divers in the past with little success. New game plan is to just work on spinning/stacking before actually tying up fishable flies.<font color="Silver"><br />
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check this thread out.... it will give you all the tying porn you could hope for<br />
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http://www.theflyfishingforum.com/f...ons/90263-what-have-you-been-tying-today.html

Those are some great looking top water flies!

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Great looking flies! I've been tying a ton of saltwater flies for my upcoming trip to Cuba. I'm about done so I cranked out a few bass flies for a trip to Lake Fork.



 

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It is EP fibers and the head is epoxy. Here is the same fly just a little bigger with some flash for tarpon.

 

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Meet the easily scalable, infinite color combination, Slim Jim.



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I'll have to post up some pics when I get home from work.

For Smallies: Swinging D's, Chicken Changers, D changers, feather game changers.

For Musky: T-bones, Bingo's and B1G's and some of Willen's stuff.

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pjcalla

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Playing with craft fur. I think these will be great for a trailer on a double streamer rig.





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I've been tying a bunch of small wooly buggers with bluegill and crappie in mind, and a few in bass size and colors. All of these have glass bead heads in various colors, some are glass bead bodies instead of chenille.


 

deafbuzz

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fyi, i just have started my new hobby as fly tying for first time this year as being beginner fly angler.

before: i've been fly tying this first one for pike/muskie with too fat ep fiber to be absorbed too much water that has been created difficult time for me to casting. that first one has failed in my opinion. :(



after: i've been tried to tying on different second one by skimming ep fibers thinner and add more deer hairs in order to hope improving on my casting better. :)



bingo, i've landed this little pike with that second one fly. :D

 
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