Very cool ---- or Hot!!
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Very cool ---- or Hot!!
Very ingenious Scott. I got the spacer, now I just need your neighbor's address so I can get one of those marker flags!
Does that brown have unusual markings or is it just my old eyes? To me it almost looks like a brown/tiger trout mix.Of course I haven't caught a N.J. brown since I left South Jersey in 1965.
Looks great with dual color indicator. What length is it?
Nice job Alberto, but then again you have always been quite the tier.
Just want to say kudos Scott on your tying and photography abilities.
Dub, that's a really cool egg pattern and excellent photo also.
I tie various nymph patterns on barbless jig hooks. Tie the stonefly nymphs articulated - to achieve the desired length on the shorter shank jig hooks.
The recipe Sagefisher previously provided is the same one that appears in "Perrault's Standard Dictionary of Fishing Flies".
Just recently tied some of these. Saw the pattern in Bruce Staples book, "Flies for the Greater Yellowstone Area".
Great photos Randy. Thanks for posting them and best of luck with those surf perch.
I'm a Dungeon fan. I've been tying for over 40 years and had far worse experiences with other material suppliers than I have had with the Dungeon. I like his materials and the quantity for the...
That "Bone" in that 1st photo didn't look too happy about being fooled by your artificial food offering.
Remind me never to go to NC, SC, or GA, because I'd never remember all those critters and I don't run so fast any more!
Kudos to Riley, and his girlfriend. Great layout & perfectly cropped photo. Beautiful work!
Does look really good on that style hook.
John, there is nothing in California that is not known to cause cancer! I have a whole room full of cancer causing fly tying materials ---- so I guess I'm doomed.
I use 3/8"I.D. (9/16"O.D.) x 3/32"wall. - got em at Lowes (BrassCraft #0561).
Good lookin' stick Mikey!
What's the approximate weight of that fine looking boat?
Professor Cash (England) - page 542 of Perrault's dictionary under Salmon fly patterns.
Hook: Size 12-2/0
Tail: Long bronze mallard fibers
Rib: Gold or silver, fine, flat
Body: Hare's ear fur,...
On page 216 of Perrault's Standard Dictionary of Fishing Flies he lists the "Pitcher" as a dry fly, size 12-14, with a gold tip, gray hackle fiber tail, gray fur dubbed body, blue & gray mixed...
He also sells on Ebay. Bought some foam from him there.
Thanks for the responses. Will surely get a copy. A long time "West Coaster" - but born in North Jersey & grew up in South Jersey (Camden County).
Is this book currently available to the general public. Unable to locate a copy online. Where is this book sold?
Normand, I do believe it was in a dark brown frame? I checked to see if I still had that episode on my DVR, but I had erased it. The black frame will also look good. I will most likely do mine in...