|07-29-2002 10:25 PM|
|Dble Haul||Here's the pic...|
|07-28-2002 10:53 PM|
|striblue||Can't see it either.|
|07-28-2002 07:45 PM|
|Dble Haul||John- I noticed the same thing about the pic...last night was fine, I went into the post today to read Q's comments and it wasn't there, and now it's back. What the hey?|
|07-28-2002 01:21 PM|
I saw the picture last night and thought it looked great. Some how it doesn't load now.
Its funny you should put the pic of a bonefish fly here in the warmwater archive. Last winter I was at a shop with a good selection of bone fish flies and bought some to use in freshwater. I habven't gotten to the stream where I want to test them. It may be a good alternative to 7 & 8x for trout.
|07-27-2002 11:12 PM|
Photos look great!
Nice flies too!
Looks like you've got a whole batch of pink ones there. Got tickets to the Bahamas?
|07-27-2002 10:44 PM|
This is the pattern developed by Randall Kaufmann. The only difference here is that I use ice chenille instead of diamond braid for the body.
Hook: size 4 or 6
Eyes: nickel real eyes
Body: ice chenille
Wing: Depends on color of pattern, but always a layer of white marabou first, then the pattern color marabou, then a pair of grizzly hackles
The brown fly on the left is tied sparse, while the pink fly on the right is tied full. This pattern is already in the Bonefish/Tarpon acrives, but I've put it here as well because it's a good smallmouth pattern (especially the brown fly).
(Please see pic in post further below.)