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Martin thank you for giving a general list of thing for the fly. i just recently started fly tying and is kinda new at all the materials and types. made me a shopping list of fly tying materials!
thanks a plenty
I agree, it wouldn't be too hard to tie the fly from the photos, but I've been tying for a while now and can sort of work it out. I was thinking more of new tyers who may not have a ready supply of hooks materials etc and need to go and purchase.
I think you do a great job and I've been visiting your site for years now. Keep up the good work.
Completely useless might be putting it a bit harshly, don't you think?
If you run through the pictures you get a pretty good impression of the materials, which (as in most patterns) aren't that critical. Hook, thread, eyes, hair, braided tube, rubber legs, hackle tips, sand, marker pen and glue. I think a lot of people will be able to tie--or rather: build--the fly from that.
But due to Mike's and Joseph's comments we will consider adding the list.
And how brave of you to put your name behind your criticism! Oh that's right... you didn't...
Completely useless without materials list.
what is the recipe for this fly exactly? it a really neat fly to tie and i am wondering what size of hook or type
I find it helpful if you include a list of materials and recommended hook pattern etc. This is a really good looking pattern and you've put it together in a way I haven't seen before.
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December 31st 1969