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Old 08-13-2005, 11:24 AM
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Might work!?

Lots of movment, and a good silouette (<= correct?).

Hook: Partridge Salar silver #7
Thread: black
"But": Black deerhair + black ostrich herl
Body: Flat holographic silver
Rib: Oval silver tinsel
Front hackel: Soft black hackle
Wing: Black fox or tempeldog, two strands of crystalflash, 5-10 ostrich herls, then finally some more black hair and two strands of peacock flash
Front collar: Black deerhair
Eyes: dumble eyes


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Old 08-14-2005, 07:50 AM
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I like the use of ostrich herl 'tips' as wing trailers. It might work night or day.
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Anders,

Very nice looking fly. Are you allowed to use weighted flies for Atlantic salmon in Norway? We are not on this side of the Atlantic.

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Old 08-16-2005, 03:31 AM
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In most of Norway it`s allowed. But there are som places where you only can fish floating lines and unweighted hooks/tubes

Juro.

I agree. Ostrich herl is exellent used together with fox or tempel dog. Night or day. Specially in slow water.

I suppose the fly would work well without the dumbell eyes too. Perhaps with some flotant on the deer hair.

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