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01-13-2003 09:19 PM
boarmountain I have used them in the past and I didn't care for them on feathers. The wing material in this fly is a type of nylon so it would melt, not burn clean.
01-13-2003 09:15 PM
juro Anyone use a wing burner? Would you recommend it?

thanks
01-13-2003 05:48 PM
boarmountain Tail: Dun grizzly
Body:Olive
Hackle:dun grizzly
Wings:Wing-it cut to shape
Hook mustad 94833 size 18-24
01-13-2003 12:05 PM
Dble Haul Very nice!

Again, do you have a recipe? Thanks.
01-11-2003 08:59 PM
boarmountain The fly is a size 20.
01-10-2003 10:50 PM
flytyer Nicely done with just the right amount of hackle, just like the Catskill masters used to do it.
01-10-2003 12:48 PM
boarmountain
Blue wing olive

Here is a hackle dun pattern I use.

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