|01-24-2004 09:29 AM|
|SDHflyfisher||nice fly and neat trick pete|
|01-23-2004 09:35 PM|
Frenchie, these would be a killer patten for
early summer runs on the Rogue.
Interesting how some patterns are 'consistent,' then go dead as a doornail.
That's when you'd shift to these.
|01-23-2004 09:23 PM|
|Dble Haul||Pete, I like your use of the red wire instead of the usual copper. It looks great.|
|01-23-2004 08:43 PM|
Since most of the swap flies will likely be crunched in the mail, one easy trick to restore hackles is to steam the fly over a kettle.
Works great for some types of hair wings as well.
|01-23-2004 08:39 PM|
|John Desjardins||Nice Pete. It will be interesting to see how all the flys vary.|
|01-23-2004 07:48 PM|
Olive Wooly Bugger
Hook: size 8 2X long (this is Mustad 9672)
Tail: Olive Marabou over Krystal Flash (5 strands of flash)
Body:Peacock Olive Antron Chenille Medium
Hackle: Grizzly, dyed light olive
Rib: red wire