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12-13-2005 04:58 PM
Wee Hooker Very nice colors. Muted and realistic. Nice work.
11-15-2005 04:28 PM
WatersideWill Quentin-

from the top on the "body"-Peacock crsytal flash over olive icelandic sheep over orange big fly fiber over yellow icelandic sheep over yellow crystal flash. Head-loop dubbed red rabbit behind loop dubbed olive rabbit behind an olive saddle hackle.

Dble/Flyj- epoxy is a great idea ty.

Dble - I'll have to try tha pattern in your link -looks very sweet

11-15-2005 09:24 AM
Dble Haul I agree with the idea of coating the thread wraps with epoxy. These type of flies do catch fish, although I don't really see any difference in the amount of biteoffs and leader damage as compared to standard flies.

See this one for another example:
11-14-2005 07:05 PM
flyjkol sweet fly!
The only thing i might change on it is coating the thread wraps with epoxy if im chasing pike.
11-14-2005 06:13 PM
Quentin Nice fly and photo. What are the ingredients? Have you tried Keys style flies for pike before? I'm wondering if it helps prevent bite-offs to move the materials to the back of the hook.

Maybe you've already thought of this, but you can also slide a foam popper or diver head onto the hook and instantly make it a topwater fly .

11-13-2005 08:46 PM
Starting on next season

Well- I think I'll call this one started in on some pike patterns for next year

Keys style perch tie-

suggestions for improvements more than welcome


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