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    Default Last few for time being

    Last few for a while as I dont want to bore people


    Olive klink
    Nymph pattern
    an upright emerger pattern
    a Dry pattern
    Olive hopper.
    Buzzer pattern


    A mixture which work well over here but Im confident would work anywhere.
    Enjoy

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    Default Re: Last few for time being

    Another group of nice flies, Kevin.

    I particularly like your upright emerger. How much of that fly is actually underwater when it's cast out? Up to the hackle? More?

    Pocono

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    It only goes upto the hackle.that was the way I designed it,rather than have the hook on an angle I felt it took the fly better with it upright and gains a better hold on the fish.(now theres a topic for discussion)

    They sit very well in the water though.

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    Kevin: Great looking Buzzers and that Klink is also outstanding!


    Larry
    Larry


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    Beautiful flies. Don't worry about boring me. If you wouldn't mind, feel free to post recipes for the flies! I love learning new patterns.
    - William

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    William

    the upright klink above.

    butt is lime thread.
    body is just black thread with a slver rib.
    hook size can be anything from 14 to 10 kamasan b175
    hackle is black whiting hackle,cock.
    the post is white yarn.

    hope this helps,any info just let me know and i will share

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    Default Re: Last few for time being

    Nice flies again KevinI like your olive klink very much

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    Default Re: Last few for time being

    Quote Originally Posted by morayflyfisher View Post
    William

    the upright klink above.

    butt is lime thread.
    body is just black thread with a slver rib.
    hook size can be anything from 14 to 10 kamasan b175
    hackle is black whiting hackle,cock.
    the post is white yarn.

    hope this helps,any info just let me know and i will share
    Thanks, Kevin. It helps a lot.

    So you use a wet fly/nymph hook on that pattern. You could go lighter on the hook with the b170.

    I'd be interested to see how it would float with the lighter kamasan, or, perhaps interestingly, with a dry fly hook. I'm thinking that sitting higher in the water could be a fishing advantage.

    Pocono

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    Wow, great flies - Congratulations and RESPECT My typical fly tying time is between December and February and it is a really great part of our hobby.
    Best regards from Germany,

    THORSTEN

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    Nice looking patterns, Kevin
    SHANNON

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