05-22-2006, 11:44 AM
I`ve been tying some intruders latley, and I must say I like them a lot. Most of my flies (scandinavian) are tempeldogs, in one way or the other. Discowering the intruder has given me the urge to start up tying again.
Not only a cool tie, they WILL catch fish to. I`m looking forward to testing them in my home pool:smokin:
05-23-2006, 11:29 AM
These are interesting. Can you point me to a pattern or step by step for these? I am always interesting in adding to the arsenal for the more picky fish.
What is a templedog?
05-23-2006, 04:53 PM
Tempeldog flies are simply flies tied whith tempeldog wings. Tempeldog beeing simillar to fox, only softer. (And a bit more nice to look at)
check out theese links for "how to" Intruder......
When tying intruders I use FITS tube medium and small, and for singelhook variation: http://www.fiskenett.com/viewtopic.php?t=2748 (The writing is in norwegian, but hopfully the pictures speak for them self?!)
05-23-2006, 04:55 PM
A Tempeldog is a spesific type of dog, although the tying material "tempeldog" comes from a variation of dogs.
05-26-2006, 09:53 AM
Very nice flies! I use Intruders heavily during the winter months for steelhead. I will have to try some of your colors for my fishing. Has the season opened in your area yet?
05-26-2006, 01:30 PM
There are some rivers that has opend (I am waiting for "my" rivers open):
Some links whith catches and pictures:
(Nowegian/English: Dato=Date, Vekt=Weight, Bilde=Picture, Redskap=Gear, Flue=fly)
My home rivers do not open until 15. june, so I`ve got some time to kill.
I`m done tying my salmonflies, so I`m tackling up for a trip to the Cyclades during mid summer. I do not know if there is any use of bringing any gear, but I have to give it a try.:) (You never know what happen)