A BWO nymph.
Type: Posts; User: lastchance
A BWO nymph.
Very interesting technique.
Those are great. I've always liked the Tomah Jo.
Just curious, how long does the color last? I've always thought about markers, they would solve a lot of color problems, but I've always been hesitant because I wonder about the color longevity. You...
Wow! A good man is gone ahead. We must carry on his legacy of goodness.
Cool job. I think it's great.
Please check your PMs.
Too often folks tie the most attractive Winged Wets, and wonder why they don't work. Maybe because a Parmachene Belle doesn't look anything like a #14 tan caddis?
You sure got that right, Ralph.
Wow! You hit the jackpot! I can see you're an over-achiever, ha! ha! Have a great Thanksgiving.
Hey Warrren. You're in my thoughts and prayers. Please keep us posted.
Looks mighty fine to me. Our PA season opens on December 1. I'm hoping to fill my mom's freezers. She lives along, on a fixed income and loves venison. We are blessed! Congratulations!
The problem is is that I live in a one-floor apartment and the smell permeates everything I own.
I read that the odor from mothballs is toxic and not to be breathed. You better check on that. I could be wrong, but I've always thought it to be true.
I use snow shoe hare on my midge patterns down to size 30. I find the underfur to be easily bound down to provide a comparadun-type wing. I've been doing if for years. Give it a try. You need very...
Yep. And, in my opinion it holds up much, much better than CDC; is easier to see on the water, and it holds floatant much longer.
Am I the only one I know that uses the soft underfur of the snow shoe hare foot instead of the course hair? I use it for all of my dry flies and it floats great. The course hair is, well, course, and...
I would gladly offer $10 to keep this site open. I've learned so much about my passion fly fishing, tying, and rod building on this site. It is an invaluable resource that I use all of the time even...
Close is plenty good enough. Unless the weight difference is extreme, the average fisherman can't tell the difference.
On straight-eye tiny flies about size 22 to 30 I use glue, varnish on midges, tricos, and small olives. Part my fault and part the tiny eye. If I put too many finishing wraps at the eye I found the...
Thanks, but I've got that and been there. I would like to speak with someone.
Does anyone know how I can get in touch with The Feather Emporium. I tried to call and send an email to no avail.
Nice story and fish. Are the ponds you guys fish stocked with these big panfish? I've not access to any in PA.
I've seen it and it's one of the better shows.
Consider it done. So sad.