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Trout Patterns
« on: July 26, 04:56PM »
This will be used to add Trout flies and patterns for a quick search.  You can use the reciepe below as a guideline if you like  Thanks

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Re: Trout Patterns
« Reply #1 on: August 08, 01:34PM »
here are a few trout patterns I like to tie and use








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Re: Trout Patterns
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Re: Trout Patterns
« Reply #3 on: August 08, 01:43PM »
very nice

here is one i tie and have some great success with

Sedge hog


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Re: Trout Patterns
« Reply #4 on: August 08, 06:30PM »
Awesome Guys!!

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Re: Trout Patterns
« Reply #5 on: August 08, 10:20PM »
Always envious of you guys that have the patience and skill to tie trout flies.
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Re: Trout Patterns
« Reply #6 on: August 09, 08:10AM »
Charles...first flies i tied were very small trout flies #20 22 following instructions in a book...didn't figure out until later i should have started with larger sizes...almost went blind on the first few flies until i got a good pair of magnifyers

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Re: Trout Patterns
« Reply #7 on: August 09, 02:30PM »
Here is an article that may interest some of the younger tiers who may not have a large amount of materials and want to get the most out of them. What ever you have left at the end of tying session can be used...no exceptions! I for one hook up on many a Brookie on what I like to call "Table Scrap" flies because I hate throwing anything away!
http://hatchesmagazine.com/blogs/Hatches/2011/08/04/end-of-the-day-flies-by-russ-forney/
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Re: Trout Patterns
« Reply #8 on: August 09, 03:51PM »
I like it and your right more often than not tying something from your leftovers can lead to a productive fly.  Many times I have come up with something as an example using the underfur I remove from my wing material as dubbing on a few flies at the end of the day.  The ones mentioned in that article sure look like they would fool more than a few fish.  Thanks for post Rpen
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Re: Trout Patterns
« Reply #9 on: August 10, 02:36PM »
Montreal Streamer


Upside down Mayflies


Parmachene Belle
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Re: Trout Patterns
« Reply #10 on: August 12, 11:46AM »
Here is an article that may interest some of the younger tiers who may not have a large amount of materials and want to get the most out of them. What ever you have left at the end of tying session can be used...no exceptions! I for one hook up on many a Brookie on what I like to call "Table Scrap" flies because I hate throwing anything away!
http://hatchesmagazine.com/blogs/Hatches/2011/08/04/end-of-the-day-flies-by-russ-forney/

great article, definately buggy looking will be giving this a try...only one prob is that when you catch that trophy trout on one it is going to be hard to replicate :'( but as long as you got a chance at one trophy I suppose it is all good lol
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Re: Trout Patterns
« Reply #11 on: September 25, 09:21AM »
That Parmachene Belle is too nice to get wet
and slimey!
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Re: Trout Patterns
« Reply #12 on: March 18, 12:26AM »
A couple from tonight


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Re: Trout Patterns
« Reply #13 on: March 20, 10:22AM »
I bet that white one fools a few trout. Great looking flies Rolland!