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Old 11-01-2018, 08:24 PM
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They're great BT. What's the hackle on the first one?

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Cheers Phil . The body hackle is picric red game and top hackle is picric grizzle hen I dyed up mate.

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Old 11-01-2018, 08:27 PM
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Things of beauty.
Beautifuly tied love them.
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Thanks. I thought it looked a little too webby for a hen... I was wrong. I'm assuming the last ones are grouse?

I dyed up some hen pheasant wings which I had lying around last summer, I know what to do with them now

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Old 11-01-2018, 08:45 PM
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Things of beauty.
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Thanks. I thought it looked a little too webby for a hen... I was wrong. I'm assuming the last ones are grouse?

I dyed up some hen pheasant wings which I had lying around last summer, I know what to do with them now

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Sorry Phil, should have said it's a saddle hen the reason why it looks webby, love the webby hackles for up top .
I don't blame you get the hen pheasant wings put to good use mate, been dying up a few wings myself in golden olive and picric the joys .

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Great flies, I particularly like how neat and small the heads are. Quite a feat for a winged fly
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Some of the nicest ties I've seen on the forum.
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Old 11-01-2018, 11:13 PM
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Great flies, I particularly like how neat and small the heads are. Quite a feat for a winged fly
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You’re a talented chap

Assuming you’re a chap of course, you may be a burd for all I know, but those are stunning
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As had been said BT, brilliant flies


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Stunning set of flies there Brown Trout nothing beats the look of a winged wet fly..
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