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11-10-2006 08:01 AM
Charlie I agree with Russ on this one. Nice job Steve. I think this would probably be a great high water fly with the heavy dressing. If the Catt drops a few more inches you should use it there this weekend.

Charlie.

P.S. What’s with that user name brother? St. Steven? Remember, I know you!
11-10-2006 12:01 AM
flytyer Although I don't think a fly is a spey fly without a wing and I prefer spey flies tied sparse and airy), your fly is well-composed, well-proportioned, and well-tied. Good job.
11-09-2006 08:21 PM
St. Steven
B and C Spey

Attachment 6146


Hook: 3-7 Alec Jackson Spey
Thread: Black Uni 8/0
Tag: Flat Silver Tinsel Size 10
Dubbing: Black Poul Jorgenson SLF
Hackles: Black and Chartruse Shlappen Burned In Bleach
Rib: Lagartun Fine Wire
Collar: Natural Gadwell and Chart. Guinnea Hen.

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