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    Post A few ATTRACTORS...

    That are being worked on to fill this BOX:



    ...for SPRING...



    OLIVE/PINK PT (BIG REEDY)

    HOOK: Mustad CO68, #14-#18, Daiichii1120, #14-#18, TMC 2457 #14-#18

    THREAD: UNI 8/0 Olive

    TAIL: Olive Pheasant tail fibers, 3-6

    ABDOMEN: Olive Pheasant tail Fibers

    RIB: Wapsi Pink wire, SM...then

    THREAD: Wapsi Fl Pink, 6/0

    WING CASE/LEGS: Pearl Krystal Flash

    THORAX: UV Pink, Ice Dub

    BEAD: Gold Tung, sized to hook



    TUNGSTEN PARROT NYMPH

    HOOK: Dai Riki 135 # 16, Daiichi 1120 #14-#18, Mustad CO 68 #14-#18

    THREAD: Wapsi Orange Fl., 6/0

    BEAD: 7/64 Gold Tung for #16 ( or 1 size, oversize for # 14 and # 18)

    RIB: SM Gold or Copper Wire

    ABDOMEN: Natural Pheasant Fibers

    OVERBODY: SM Mylar tinsel

    THORAX: SLF Spiky Squirrel Dub …I used a combination of Mink and Sable for air bubble retention…

    HEAD: Fl. Thread in front of bead



    龍戰士 (DRAGON WARRIOR)

    HOOK: Mustad c49s, Tmc 2487, Daiichi 1130 #16-#20

    THREAD: Gordon Griffith 14/0 Sheer, Black

    TAIL: Pheasant tail fibers

    ABDOMEN: Black Holo Flash, or SR, Holographic Mylar Motion 1/64″ (coat thread base with cement before wrapping – I use Hard As Hull)

    THORAX: Wapsi Raibow Sow Scud Dub

    WING CASE: Pearl Mylar Tinsel



    395

    HOOK: TMC 3761 #12-#18

    THREAD: Wapsi Ultra 140 & 70 Denier, Black (based on Hook size)

    TAIL: Olive Pheasant tail fibers, 3-6

    RIB: Wapsi Chartreuse SM

    WING CASE: Black Thin Skin…then

    THREAD: Wapsi, Chartreuse 70 Denier

    THORAX: Olive squirrel dubbing 50%, Ice Dub Olive Brown 25%, SLF Olive 25%

    LEGS: Olive Partridge, V notched

    BEAD: Silver Tungsten sized to hook



    YELLOW/OLIVE PT (178)

    HOOK: Daiichi 1560, TMC 3761 # 14-#18

    THREAD: Gordon Griffith 14/0 Sheer, Ginger

    TAIL: Yellow Pheasant tail Fibers, 3-6

    RIB: Wapsi, Green Metallic Wire, SM

    ABDOMEN: Yellow Pheasant tail fibers…then

    THREAD: Wapsi 6/0, FL. Pink or Red

    WING CASE/LEGS: Black Krystal Flash

    THORAX: Peacock Ice Dub 50%, Olive squirrel 50%

    BEAD: Black Brass ( stuffed with lead or lead sub.) or Black Tungsten



    2T-S (Two Toned SURVEYOR)

    HOOK: TMC 2457, Mustad CO68, Daiichi 1120, #10-#18

    THREAD: 6/0, 8/0, RED (based on Hook size)

    BEAD: Silver, Tungsten, sized to hook

    TAIL: Natural Pheasant tail fibers, 3-6

    RIB: Silver wire

    ABDOMEN: Wapsi Rainbow Sow Scud Dub (light)

    THORAX: Wapsi Rainbow Sow Scud Dub (dark)…I used Hareline Dark Shade Rainbow Scud Dub

    WING CASE: MED. Pearl Tinsel, Thinskin….I use Spirit River, Holographic Mylar motion, Black, 1/64″



    RED/ ORANGE PT (BUFFALO JUMP)

    HOOK: Daiichi 1560, TMC 3761 , #12-#18

    THREAD: Uni 8/0 Brown, to secure tail, rib and abdomen

    TAIL: Lemon Wooduck

    RIB: Wapsi, Copper/Brown wire SM

    ABDOMEN: Red Pheasant Tail fibers...then

    THREAD: Wapsi 6/0 Fl. Orange

    THORAX: Orange Ice Dub 50%., Nat. Squirrel Belly 50%

    WING CASE/ LEGS: Rusty Brown Krystal Flash

    BEAD: Silver Tungsten, sized to hook



    BBDF (Blue, Bleu Dun, Frenchie)

    HOOK: TMC 2487, Daiichi 1130, Mustad c49s, #14-#20

    BEAD: Silver Tungsten, sized to hook

    THREAD: Uni 8/0 Grey, Gordon Griffith 14/0 Sheer, Grey

    TAIL: Olive Pheasant tail fibers, 3-6

    RIB: Lagartun , Blue, Fine or small

    THORAX/COLLAR: UV Ice Dub Dun

    WING CASE: Optional....SM or MED Pearl Mylar Tinsel



    CHARTRUSE PARROT TUNG NYMPH

    HOOK: Mustad CO 68 #14-#18, Daiichii 1120, #14-#18

    THREAD: Wapsi Fl. Chartreuse 6/0

    BEAD: Black Tung one size larger than normally called for

    RIB: Sm Black Wapsi wire

    OVERBODY: SM Mylar Tinsel

    THORAX: Peacock Ice Dub 50%, SLF Prism Peacock 50%

    HEAD: FL. Thread, Wapsi, Chartruse 6/0



    My R & D staff, on the Madison River, MT...


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    Default Re: A few ATTRACTORS...

    Nice bunch of attractors you have been working on, I really like the "395"
    Popperfly >-<(((((*>

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    Default Re: A few ATTRACTORS...

    Excellent nymphs
    Lot of work still to fill that box

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    Default Re: A few ATTRACTORS...

    Nice stuff Trout,

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    Default Re: A few ATTRACTORS...

    planettrout: Excellent work on the attractors!

    Larry
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    Default Re: A few ATTRACTORS...

    Good looking nymphs / attractors!

    Pocono

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    Default Re: A few ATTRACTORS...

    Six more...



    FLASH BANG NYMPH # 18



    PURPLE FLASH BANG NYMPH # 16

    ...and another...



    PRISMATIC WINGED WEEVIL # 14



    MINK (and Sable) THING



    RUST NEVER SLEEPS...Rusty/Olive BLM Variation



    OLIVE/RED BLM

    Recipes to follow...

    PT/TB
    Last edited by planettrout; 01-22-2011 at 10:50 AM.
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    Default Re: A few ATTRACTORS...

    Awesome flies, keep 'em coming.

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    Nice tyin PT, that weevel looks awesome

    Chris
    "the fight is for habitait. Once its continuation is assured the fish will largely look after themselves." KD

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    Default Re: A few ATTRACTORS...

    Very nice attractor patterns. Any issues with the bead size and hook gap...looks to be near the limit on a couple.
    JJ

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