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Ok Im in. Still a "newbie" to this style of fly tying, but having fun with it nonetheless. I have been playing with a stonefly nymph pattern for a few weeks now. I saw it in a book a picked up, and I just had to tie it. I have done about 10 versions, and feel comfortable enough with it now to actual...
- Fri Feb 04, 2011 12:02 pm
- Forum: Flies and Tying
- Topic: dry fly question/suggestions?
- Replies: 2
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Hello all, I am warming up to tying trout flies, I really enjoy the dry fly patterns the most at this point. I was curious how effective dry fly patterns are in march on the guadalupe. I plan on going then, and intend to tie a nice selection of flies before my trip. If I can use dries with success, ...
I was looking at a nymph pattern in a book I bought recently. I forget the name of it, but it was butt ugly . It looked like it would be fun to tie, think I will give one a try, and possibly post a pic for comments.
Thanks, I joined JWK a few weeks ago to fish the guadalupe, we saw trout rising to eat fairly large yellow whatevers... . The fly I tied basically started as an adams variation, using yellows, and materials I had on hand. I used floss, rather than dubbing.
Hello all. JWK invited me to tie in his swap, and while tying tiny trout flies isn't exactly what I am accustomed to, I welcomed the challenge and did my best not to embarass myself. Mine was the only dry fly in the swap. Hopefully my submission will find it's way to the business end of your lines a...