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    Default Jersey Herd


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    Last edited by scotfly; 02-06-2013 at 08:29 PM.
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    As usual, nice step by step scotfly. Back in my stockie bashing days I used to use this fly. Came part of my first ever fly box 'set'.

    Brennan

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    very nice indeed. just tied a few after seeing this. used to be a good pseudo lure for brownies.

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    Like I said... often forgotten
    A victim of fashion trends, but shh the trout know nothing of trends.
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    Nice tying there Scotfly,

    Most unusual step by step I've seen on here.
    Wild, Dangerous, Unfettered and Free

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    Quote Originally Posted by kypmeister
    Most unusual step by step I've seen on here.
    In what way?
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    Very nice. I can't remember the last time I saw one of these. I always used gold on mine, I never knew any better I found the peacock herl on the back very prone to damage so I always used a copper wire rib to make them last a bit longer. Must tye a few up

    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotfly
    In what way?
    I've never seen or heard of it, never mind the tyiong of it.

    Us newbies have a lot to learn
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    Quote Originally Posted by kypmeister
    I've never seen or heard of it, never mind the tyiong of it.

    Us newbies have a lot to learn
    We certainly have The only Jersey herd I'd seen was at a farm that used the milk for ice cream.
    I know just the place where that would work a treat lightly weighted.
    Cheers Scotfly.

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    A superb Tom Ivens pattern I believe Scotfly.

    Why do you double your hackle that way please?


    How about a step-by-step for another equally famous Ivens pattern: the green and brown; I have never been able to get my head round how the two different colours of Ostrich herl are tied in on that one.


    Steve

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