Search:

Type: Posts; User: 3fhobbyist

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Photo please! Are you using mallard flank to...

    Photo please! Are you using mallard flank to create the loop or another product?

    Jeff
  2. You could be correct. It might be we have...

    You could be correct. It might be we have entered into the realm of what is needed to make the angler fetch is wallet and hand over his or her $ instead of what is actually asked of the angler by...
  3. Brown Grizzly is a pretty color. I sort of liked...

    Brown Grizzly is a pretty color. I sort of liked a lighter color too that I rarely see anymore it's a sort of tannish grizzly. I think Whiting termed it March Brown.

    Whiting has produced some...
  4. LFCutts, I like Jim's website. I have been...

    LFCutts,

    I like Jim's website. I have been checking out his stuff for the past month or so. With over 1000 Whiting products I figured ole Jim might have a good selection, whadda' say? Talked to...
  5. Replies
    4
    Views
    786

    To the responders, thank you for your input. I...

    To the responders, thank you for your input.

    I purchased a rod today which should arrive in the next week or so. I bought a Redington Classic Trout.

    One of the reasons I asked the question in...
  6. Longs for Cutts. You mentioned the Golden...

    Longs for Cutts.

    You mentioned the Golden Straw-dyed Grizzly. Do you dye it yourself or purchase from a retailer.
    1) If you purchase from a retailer, which retailer and brand of hackle?
    2) If...
  7. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,539

    Not technically a streamer but a fly that uses...

    Not technically a streamer but a fly that uses strip of hair in it is Borgers Strip Nymph designed to imitate the burrower type mayflies. I have been thinking of tying up a few in the future due to...
  8. Purchasing hackle for caddis imitations of the Rocky Mountains

    My questions. What color of hackle do you use most in tying caddis patterns?

    Jeff
  9. Replies
    10
    Views
    1,135

    Byron, If you're ever back in West Yellowstone...

    Byron,

    If you're ever back in West Yellowstone and at BRF. I'd love to see a picture of their entire selection of Zelon and Zelon Dubbings. I wish every online retailer (and manufacturer) would...
  10. Replies
    4
    Views
    786

    Redington Classic Fly Rods

    I'm posting in order to receive some input on experiences with Redington fly rods. I have listed a few models that I have been researching online. All are newly discontinued models.

    I'd like to...
  11. Replies
    5
    Views
    1,067

    Have you actually read the book and the...

    Have you actually read the book and the description of why Joe used three hackles? The third hackle is instrumental in the procedure.

    Jeff :)
  12. Replies
    5
    Views
    1,067

    Joe Humphreys 3 Hackle Dry Fly

    I was reading Trout Tactics by Joe Humphrey's again. On page 139 there is a photo of what Joe refers to as the three hackle dry fly. Three hackles from a rooster cape. He mentioned the third...
  13. Replies
    11
    Views
    999

    Question Ted. Related to the wading boot. If...

    Question Ted. Related to the wading boot. If I'm correct the standard suggested practice is to purchase a wading boot one size larger than your normal shoe size. Did you do that? Are you stating...
  14. Replies
    11
    Views
    999

    Waders: For Year Round Fishing

    I am having a hard time making a decision on purchasing a new set of waders. I am looking for a pair of waders that keep you dry and comfortable throughout the calendar year-spring, summer, fall and...
  15. Replies
    14
    Views
    1,385

    Here's an additional question which developed...

    Here's an additional question which developed based on the FLY PORN.

    What colors do you think are needed to match the vast majority of caddis and mayfly emergers in Colorado and the Rocky...
  16. Replies
    14
    Views
    1,385

    Shuck Material

    I'd like some input on the three materials often used for creating shucks: zelon, darlon and a material called "sparkle emerger yarn" which I found listed in the Paradise Flyfishers catalog.
    ...
  17. Dubbing colors for pupal patterns in the Rocky Mountain West?

    I primarily fly fish the rockies from Colorado to YNP in Montana. I want to tie a few simple patterns to represent the larval, pupae, adult and spent stages of the caddis.

    I know that most caddis...
Results 1 to 17 of 17