Phar Side Phly - A basic saltwater pattern, which can be adapted to your needs... easily downsized... easily modified... no rules... just a progression of basic steps... - Global FlyFisher

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Finished phly


Notice the length of the hackle feathers and the herl as well as the color blend of the feathers. You can very the combination and size of all elements, but keep each additional layer fairly skinny to keep the fly slender and mobile.

Photo/illustration: Pete Gray ©2014



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