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  1. Thread: SBS Index

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    SBS Index...

    SBS Index

    Latest version, with a bit of sorting; probably not the last time I change it. Please feel free to comment/criticise.

    Regards,
    Scott
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    If you're looking for a basic vise that won't...

    If you're looking for a basic vise that won't fall apart on you, I'd look at a Thompson A; a lot of folks start out on them (me included). Nothing fancy, but it holds the hook, which is what it's...
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    Happy Birthday Byron Zuehlsdorff

    Byron,

    Have a great day; hope the fish are looking up for you.

    Regards,
    Scott
  4. Thread: SBS Index

    by ScottP
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    SBS_List...

    SBS_List

    Wasn't crazy with Dropbox so it's on to Mediafire. Files haven't been sorted yet, just loaded by order of appearance; since it's in Excel, it'll be pretty easy to play around with...
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    Bruce, Something about the scud hooks you...

    Bruce,

    Something about the scud hooks you don't like? I tie all my tiny (down to #24, although mostly #20) tailwater stuff - midge, mayfly, caddis, sow bugs/scuds, etc. on Dai Riki 135s and have...
  6. Thread: SBS Index

    by ScottP
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    SBS_1...

    SBS_1

    All the SBS links are in a Word file I uploaded to Dropbox (due to the the 10,000 character/post limit on this site, it would be cumbersome to put the links in multiple posts here). Please...
  7. Thread: SBS Index

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    SBS_List...

    SBS_List
  8. Thread: SBS Index

    by ScottP
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    SBS Index

    Had a request on another forum to put together an index, so I thought I'd do it here, too (as hyperlinks). First cut is just going to be dumping them in oldest-to-newest. After I finish that...
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    Congo Hair, Widow's Web, EP Fibers, ALM Sea Hair...

    Congo Hair, Widow's Web, EP Fibers, ALM Sea Hair are polypro. I think you're correct that they float better than antron. Let me know how it works; may have to sneak out for a couple hours tomorrow...
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    Part 3 half hitch x 2, SHHAN, trim post, trim...

    Part 3

    half hitch x 2, SHHAN, trim post, trim legs, find fish

    http://i1302.photobucket.com/albums/ag128/SBPatt/Tying/Tying001/IMG_3292_zps87222150.jpg
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    Part 2 again with the peacock, up to the 75%...

    Part 2

    again with the peacock, up to the 75% mark

    http://i1302.photobucket.com/albums/ag128/SBPatt/Tying/Tying001/IMG_3276_zps432291f6.jpg
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    Royal Trude Skwala SBS

    http://i1302.photobucket.com/albums/ag128/SBPatt/Tying/Tying001/IMG_3292_zps87222150.jpg

    Skwalas in September? To me, it's a skwala in name only; much more of an attractor pattern. A simple,...
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    Hope it's just a quick pit stop, Denny. ...

    Hope it's just a quick pit stop, Denny.

    Regards,
    Scott
  14. Find a pond full of panfish, take them on a...

    Find a pond full of panfish, take them on a nightcrawler hunt (almost as much fun as fishing), rig them up with pencil bobbers (it's very cool to watch those things tip over). Make sure you bring a...
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    Good thing about warmwater is you don't need the...

    Good thing about warmwater is you don't need the expensive hackle for most of the patterns - those fish are very budget conscious.

    Regards,
    Scott
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    Part 2 tie in mylar, wrap midsection, tie...

    Part 2


    tie in mylar, wrap midsection, tie off and trim

    http://i1302.photobucket.com/albums/ag128/SBPatt/Tying/Tying001/IMG_3226_zps1f31c641.jpg
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    Fore and Aft Big Hole Demon SBS

    http://i1302.photobucket.com/albums/ag128/SBPatt/Tying/Tying001/IMG_3242_zpsb5e8490d.jpg

    Inspired by Pete Naranchich's Big Hole Demon nymph/streamer ...
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    Dennis, It's a very nice book, isn't it? A...

    Dennis,

    It's a very nice book, isn't it? A number of the patterns come from guys who frequent this forum - Walter Wiese (Longs for Cutts), Kelly Glissmeyer, and Doug Korn (dr korn).

    Regards,...
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    My bad; not the Great Pumpkin. It was a...

    My bad; not the Great Pumpkin. It was a Onocosmoecus unicolor or Great Late Summer Sedge:

    http://www.troutnut.com/specimen/1011

    Pretty fly, anyway.

    Regards,
    Scott
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    October comes a bit early

    Found this guy on the truck (put the thumb in just for scale). Don't think they'd be in Whitefish Lake; maybe the river although it's a slow flower without much substrate/vegetation in the town...
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    Regular grizzly is useful for a lot of patterns;...

    Regular grizzly is useful for a lot of patterns; by itself or mixed (olive grizz is nice; got one for green drakes (western)/flavs). Badger's kinda handy, too, either silver or golden.


    Regards,...
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    Part 2 tie in partridge feather (by the butt...

    Part 2

    tie in partridge feather (by the butt and the fibers tend to stand out from the fly, by the tip and they're more swept back - your choice)
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    Ice Soft Hackle SBS

    http://i1302.photobucket.com/albums/ag128/SBPatt/Tying/Tying001/IMG_3173_zps99ac3283.jpg

    Supposed to work on run-ups from Hebgen in the Fall; may have to give that a try. Kinda like a Shakey...
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    If not, Collins carries what he calls Tailing...

    If not, Collins carries what he calls Tailing Packs. Not necessarily spade hackle, I've seen them called scapular feathers, but they're good for flies up to a #8. I bought a bag of ginger, brown,...
  25. Thread: Bighorn river

    by ScottP
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    Fish, So, you're going to post a trip report,...

    Fish,

    So, you're going to post a trip report, right?

    Regards,
    Scott
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