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    Default Prince Of Tides (variant)

    Designed to fish point up, this is a handy saltwater fly for fishing shallow and weedy areas or on a sinking line near the bottom. This is my variation on Flip Pallot's original.

    Hook: Standard Saltwater - size 6-1/0 (size 4 in this case).
    Thread: Danvilles flat waxed nylon.
    Body: Silver mylar over-wrapped with 20lb mono.
    Wing: Brown bucktail, over pearl crystal flash, over lime bucktail, over white bucktail.


    Step 1: Place hook in vice, point up and wrap thread along hook shank to create a base for the body-


    Step 2: Tie in mylar and tie mono along the hook shank-


    Step 3: Wrap tinsel along shank and secure with a couple of wraps of thread-


    Step 4: Wrap mono along body in touching turns (try to avoid overlapping turns) and secure with a couple of wraps of thread-


    Step 5: Tie in wing about twice the length of the hook in the following order- white bucktail, lime bucktail, 6-8 strands crystal flash, brown bucktail. Shape head and whip finish and varnish-








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    MJB your pictures have disappeared

    PHEW, they're back
    Last edited by braveheart; 23-05-2006 at 07:24 AM.
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