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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Some winged wet flees

    Quote Originally Posted by philm View Post
    They're great BT. What's the hackle on the first one?

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

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    Default Re: Some winged wet flees

    Things of beauty.
    Beautifuly tied love them.
    Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow; Don't walk behind me, I may not lead; Walk beside me, and just be my friend.

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    Default Re: Some winged wet flees

    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

    Phil

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    Default Re: Some winged wet flees

    Quote Originally Posted by bigtel View Post
    Things of beauty.
    Beautifuly tied love them.
    Cheers bigtel Some winged wet flees
    Quote Originally Posted by philm View Post
    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

    Phil
    Sorry Phil, should have said it's a saddle hen the reason why it looks webby, love the webby hackles for up top Some winged wet flees.
    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 Some winged wet fleesSome winged wet flees.

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    Default Re: Some winged wet flees

    Great flies, I particularly like how neat and small the heads are. Quite a feat for a winged fly
    Not another blank.

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    Default Re: Some winged wet flees

    Some of the nicest ties I've seen on the forum.

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    Default Re: Some winged wet flees

    Quote Originally Posted by oldgold View Post
    Great flies, I particularly like how neat and small the heads are. Quite a feat for a winged fly
    Thanks oldgold Some winged wet flees.
    Quote Originally Posted by dave b View Post
    Some of the nicest ties I've seen on the forum.
    Cheers Dave Some winged wet flees. Much appreciated bud.

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    Default Re: Some winged wet flees

    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
    "Time is a stream I go fishing in."

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    Default Re: Some winged wet flees

    As had been said BT, brilliant flies Some winged wet flees


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    Thumbs up Re: Some winged wet flees

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

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