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  • #394

    gutcutter
    Participant

    Olives are starting. Let’s see what you tie or buy…
    Baetis Nymph
    Floating Nymph
    Transitional
    Sprout
    Catskill
    Parachute
    CDC Dun
    Hacklestacker (Black Wing Olive Version)

    And, according to some, the only fly you need during the Spring BWO hatch…
    Bill's CET

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    #398

    jcr
    Moderator

    is that olive antron for legs on the top one?
    2 and 3 have foam wing case for floaters?

    #400

    jcr
    Moderator

    instructions on how to upload pics would be appreciated

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    #403

    jcr
    Moderator

    test

    #404

    jcr
    Moderator

    failed attempt

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    #406

    jcr
    Moderator

    test

    #407

    gutcutter
    Participant

    is that olive antron for legs on the top one?

    Yes. I tie it in as the wing case. Once the thorax is dubbed, I pull the antron wing case over and then splay the legs.
    I hit the top of the wing case with a black sharpie and then a drop of UV glue.

    The foam wing case flies – a floating nymph on top and a transitional below – are deadly in the film when they’re smutting and won’t take a winged fly.

    To post pictures, I use a free photobucket account, and copy the desired picture (use direct) When posting, hit the [img] tab and then paste your photo.

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    #412

    Bill Anderson
    Keymaster

    Great photos! Keep ’em coming. I’m going to figure out how to load up photos as well.

    Bill

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