|09-13-2002 12:25 PM|
|striblue||Yes Adrian..the lower one is a mackrel...and a bueatiful fly...She does great work..I don't remember the top one. If I tyed the Grocery fly bigger I would have had that crusty looking Marabou shank in the fly which you can see in the picture...but tied it smaller... I will post the Mack tonight....The Grocery fly picture looks as though the marabou is tan or light brown..but the actual recipe calls for yellow... There are other color difference with the recipies and the pictures in that book.|
|09-13-2002 09:47 AM|
|Adrian||Nice fly John -and nicely photographed. I couldn't help noticing that the flies in the background looked very ineteresting too...|
|09-13-2002 09:42 AM|
|09-13-2002 08:52 AM|
Re: Grocery Fly
That's one of a hell good looking fly, I have Veverkas Book, and I called and talked to Gail, about the grocery fly, up or down in Maine, when I first got the book, that was quite a while ago, after our very informative conversation, she said that see would mail me one of her grocery flies, but for some reason it never materialized.
You have a masterpiece in your Grocery Fly, love it.
|09-12-2002 09:39 PM|
Here is an example of a Grocery Fly .The pattern is from Veverkas Book and designed by Gail Pucciarelli... It is on a 5/0 Verivas hook,Chartruese thread.....Tail- Yellow Bucktail,Then two white hackles...Wing-Two yellow Marabou plums, yellow bucktail, pearl flash,olive bucktail, and peacock herl....Throat-White bucktail and a small tuft of red marabou. Yellow prisim 3-D eye. The page where this is in Veverkas book is directly behind the fly.