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    Default The Gray Fox Dry

    Hi Fellows how are you ....I hope you fellows like my little Grey Fox Dry....This is a particular little Dry.... some time this fly is Believed to be Similar To a March Brown.....But if you take a good look a one you will know that it it isn't one.... actually there are not even similar ....You can tell from a glance that they are not alike at all......But what i think is that are getting a lot of bad hype......I believe they are there own little bird....


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    Default Re: The Gray Fox Dry

    That's a nice tie, identical to what I made and used for the Gray Fox, March Brown, and even the Slate Drake. I just changed the wing from wood duck to mallard, to bronze mallard for the various hatches. The body and hackle stayed pretty much the same as yours.

    Nice dry,

    Ard

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    Default Re: The Gray Fox Dry

    Quote Originally Posted by Hardyreels View Post
    That's a nice tie, identical to what I made and used for the Gray Fox, March Brown, and even the Slate Drake. I just changed the wing from wood duck to mallard, to bronze mallard for the various hatches. The body and hackle stayed pretty much the same as yours.

    Nice dry,

    Ard
    Hi Hardy Reels I an Using Mallard also ....I believe The camera must have Changed the color of the wing...
    In our family, there is no clear line between religion and fly fishing" Norman Maclean

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    Love it, very very nice!
    As long as I get a bite, I don't want to leave!

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    Default Re: The Gray Fox Dry

    FlySlinger: Beautiful work, congrats!
    Larry


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    Default Re: The Gray Fox Dry

    Another great dry!

    Pocono

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    Default Re: The Gray Fox Dry

    Beautiful tie Flyslinger. The proportions are perfect.

    I see a "Catskill" influence here in leaving the bare shank exposed behind the eye... classy!

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