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Caddis pupas Hook- Mustad Signature C49S #12, Body- Yellow and Olive Braid core, Legs- Orange and Grey Deer hair, Thorax- home made dubbing, Head- Tungsten
Submitted by: Bogdanovic Ivan

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These two flies are my "Rocket Streamers." The one on the left is built on a tube and the one on the right is built on a hook. The tube fly is built as a "step down" from a medium size rigid tube to a micro tube for the head of the fly. The materials used are: orange rooster hackle for the body wing; mallard grizzly feathers for the underwing; black rooster hackle for the over wing and jungle cock eyes for the side wings. Thread was black ultra thread.
Submitted by: Richard Katzman

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A Swimming Perla Nymph tied by MW Art Flies.
Submitted by: Michael Wenzel

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Catskill Get Around fly is built on a size 4 bait hook with the barbs mashed down. Body is made from medium black Cactus Chenille. The thread is black 6/0. Tail wings come from the Whiting Farm's 4 B Rooster Cape color variant. The wings are from the Mallard duck. I used red 1/4" holographic eyes and finished the head with Loons UV thin head cement.
Submitted by: Richard Katzman

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"White Glider" built on a size 12 dry fly. The feathers used came from a white hen hackle. The body was rust colored cactus chenille. The thread was black 6/0 thread.
Submitted by: Richard Katzman

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Bass in Brasil....
Submitted by: Eduardo Ferraro

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I call this the "Chief's Bonnet" hook fly. I used a size 4 bait fish hook with the barbs mashed down. Lead weight was added to the shank using .030 lead wire. The feathers were from the Golden Pheasant skin. I used the yellow, red and blue/gray feathers. The head was finished with 1/4" red holographic eyes and Loon's thin UV head cement.
Submitted by: Richard Katzman

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Awesome fly fishing adventure pic!
Submitted by: Nathan Cunfer

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