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Old 13-01-2018, 06:35 AM
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Looks very nice. I have been planning on tying a very similar pattern. I heard a good tip from another angler and it might be useful to you. You can use dry fly dubbing and add gel floatant. This will help suspend in the fly in the surface film.


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Old 13-01-2018, 06:49 AM
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Tenkara Fly beautifully tied


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Just without the reverse hackle but definitely see where you are coming from


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I think it's a very bonny fly and one I'll be copying

Combining soft and stiff on a straight hook there's the jingler, another lovely fly: example 1 example 2 example 3
Great, thanks for that, just the steer I was looking for.
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Had to laugh when I read the thread title, here "Dutch Courage" is booze.
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Hook Hayabusa 373 size 10
Body blend of summer duck,golden olive and carnill ginger seal.
Rib brown spanflex.
Hackle 1stiff badger cock
Hackle 2 lime green or sunburst dyed grey partridge.
Tail Melanistic cock pheasant tail.
Sorry......I never clocked heathenwoods examples...
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