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  1. Ben Jewell's Slough Creek Spinner a step-by-step

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    Ben Jewell's - Slough Creek Spinner




    Fishing Yellowstone National Park's famous Slough Creek...
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    I have a great old railroad station desk.... see...

    I have a great old railroad station desk.... see it here: http://55onthefly.blogspot.com/2011/10/moving-on-up.html

    Only it's a lot messier now!
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    Tying tip... an oldie but goodie!

    Hi folks,


    Today I was tying up some of my Korn's Spent-wing Caddis flies with Opal Tinsel bodies. The tinsel was a real pain in the butt to handle as it was full of static. It was so bad I...
  4. +1 Great knot.... I've been using the this knot...

    +1 Great knot.... I've been using the this knot for a few years now with great success. Easy - simple and strong. I used a single Davy and it worked well for me. I heard of the double from a fellow...
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    +1 --- I would totally agree with Byron, if you...

    +1 --- I would totally agree with Byron, if you haven't watched Davie's videos and studied his methods you are missing out on some wonderful techniques and fly patterns. On top of that he's a really...
  6. Thread: Maggot

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    Thanks Hans - I love this fly, easy to tie and it...

    Thanks Hans - I love this fly, easy to tie and it does catch fish...
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    Good looking fly Scott..... thanks for putting it...

    Good looking fly Scott..... thanks for putting it up!
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    Good to hear you guys are OK..... carry on.... ...

    Good to hear you guys are OK..... carry on....

    DK.
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    This is a simple scud pattern that I developed...

    This is a simple scud pattern that I developed back when I first stared tying. I used wire wraps to form the heads of flies instead of beads. At the time, I didn't have any beads and it was too...
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    Looks cool beans, give it a go!

    Looks cool beans, give it a go!
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    Byron, the Xcaddis is a great fly and I like your...

    Byron, the Xcaddis is a great fly and I like your tie and the addition of the squirrel legginess!
  12. Thread: Rusty Muddler

    by dr korn
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    Real nice muddler... thanks for putting it up...

    Real nice muddler... thanks for putting it up...
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    I just punch/cut one out of a plastic milk jug...

    I just punch/cut one out of a plastic milk jug when I need one...... good luck
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    Good looking tie right there Scott.... I really...

    Good looking tie right there Scott.... I really like the colors, both the body and the hackle!
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    One thing you might try, if you haven't...

    One thing you might try, if you haven't already.... is adding a drop of super glue to the body before wrapping the barb..... it makes for a longer lasting fly.
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    Byron, I like your PMD's and "turkey rounds" ---...

    Byron, I like your PMD's and "turkey rounds" --- why they call them turkey rounds I don't know???? They are secondary flight wing feathers... I've started to save mine from the turkey's I've killed...
  17. Thread: Spade Flush

    by dr korn
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    Excellent ties Scott... I've enjoyed your recent...

    Excellent ties Scott... I've enjoyed your recent "classic" patterns.... I never tie these as I have all I can do to refill my boxes and my fly shop orders. They have been fun to see, Doug.
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    Wow Scott - those are some great flies..... I...

    Wow Scott - those are some great flies..... I enjoyed seeing them, thanks Doug.
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    Scott - very nicely tied fly.... I love that...

    Scott - very nicely tied fly.... I love that up-turned eye
    hook for this fly...
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    Scott - very informative on a seldom used...

    Scott - very informative on a seldom used feather. I tie so many Spent Caddis flies that I use a ton of pheasant feathers and always save the after-shafts for my nymphs. I use them to tie stone fly...
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    Really nice fly and SBS Scott.... thanks for...

    Really nice fly and SBS Scott.... thanks for putting it up...
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    Thanks folks for all the kind comments on my...

    Thanks folks for all the kind comments on my Dubbing SBS.


    The points made about the heat generated by the grinder are very valid and caution should be used on blend times. When using new...
  23. Thread: Hackling idea

    by dr korn
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    Byron - I think it's a "neat" idea, one I haven't...

    Byron - I think it's a "neat" idea, one I haven't seen before...
  24. Thread: A Z-Bug

    by dr korn
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    Byron - I like your flies and the use of the...

    Byron - I like your flies and the use of the Zelon over the back and for the wings. Nicely done. That humpy style works great for Brookies... I tie a similar fly but use a purple body for those...
  25. Thread: Gold ...

    by dr korn
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    Great look'in spot..., thanks for sharing your...

    Great look'in spot..., thanks for sharing your photos..
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