|02-09-2003 04:47 PM|
|02-08-2003 11:22 PM|
|02-08-2003 10:27 PM|
God, that is an outstanding 'tie!'
In Oregon that would be deemed "illegal."
|02-08-2003 01:00 PM|
thanks I get it.
|02-08-2003 11:58 AM|
Readers Digest version:
1.) Use tinsel to get wire to the bend.
2.) Return tinsel to form flat body.
3.) Lie vernille along the shank.
4.) Use wire rib to bind vernille.
You know my policy, though. Never use a big word where verbiage of diminuitive proportions will suffice.
|02-08-2003 08:36 AM|
Yes I have to tie some of those, they are on the list, it looks like you are gluing that olve vernille chenille on the hook ?
Please confirm, otherwise looks like a nice simple alevin pattern which you do not need a glue gun and color sticks to make the sack.
|02-08-2003 12:15 AM|
My Favourite Alevin
Not necessarily too original, but a fine fly when conditions dictate. Vary colours to suit your local "hatches".
Hook: TMC 200R or equivalent
Thread: 8/0 Rusty Dun
Body: SW Mirage flashabou with olive vernille over
Rib: X-fine gold wire
Egg Sac: Yarn, looped
Eyes: Doll eyes, attached with superglue
Head: Epoxy around eyes