Correct Bert. It was indeed a thin-lip, commonly known as 'thins'. Thick-lips are commonly known as thicks and Golden Greys as GGs.Not a mistake, just some folks might not know terminology and thus the difference!
Can't go wrong with a bit of red where mullet are concerned merkinNice fish Colin. Like others, the book is finished, the vice is busy and I can't wait to get out after the Mullet - although up here, it'll be June before I get a sniff. Those flies look like new variants (or even deviants)! Are you tying the Romy's Spectra in different colours and what is the thinking behind the green tag - which looks very interesting? I've been tying some of your standard patterns in different colours (e.g. green bead/tag mullet bachs), so will be interesting to see whether Mullet will move away from taking 'anything as long as it's red'!