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

Rated Excellent (5.3) with 10 votes.
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This hook fly is called the "Angel Mirage" built on a size 12 dry hook from J Stockard Fly Fishing Supplies. The name of the hook is a 430 multi curved hook. As this fly swims in the water it gives the impression of an Angel. Search my "You Tube" channel, Richard Katzman Fly Tying for the Angel Mirage fly. There is also a swim test video of this fly.
Submitted by: Richard Katzman

Rated Average (2.7) with 3 votes.
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A Hydropsyche Larva tied by MW Art Flies.
Submitted by: Michael Wenzel

Rated Excellent (5.1) with 15 votes.
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A Baby Perla Nymph tied by MW Art Flies.
Submitted by: Michael Wenzel

Rated Excellent (5.5) with 11 votes.
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Jig Nymph
Submitted by: Benjamin Mujagić

Rated Excellent (4.5) with 6 votes.
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Blue Eyed Crayfish. Built with grizzly olive feathers. Thread is olive Danville 6/0 thread. Eyes are made of silver bead coated 2 times with Loons UV head cement colored with blue magic marker and then coated with Krazy Glue.
Submitted by: Richard

Rated Average (3) with 4 votes.
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Red Eye Crayfish. Hook is a #6 bait hook; claws and body is grizzly olive feathers; weight used is .020 lead plus Florescent Orange brass eye chain beads; eyes are gold beads encased in 2 coats of Loons UV head cement colored with red magic marker and coated with Krazy Glue; thread is 6/0 olive Danville.
Submitted by: Richard

Rated Not good (1.3) with 3 votes.
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This y is the "Golden Sally" tube fly. The tube I used is a small clear flexible liner tube. I used white 6/0 thread. The body was built using white hackle feathers tied on by the tip and palmered forward to within 1mm from the front tip of the tube. Next, I used golden pheasant cape for the wings and longer strung feathers for the over wing or antennas. The eyes are halographic golden self hadhesive size 3/16" or 5 mm. The head was finished off using Loons UV resin light and set with a laser UV torch. The book is a dry hook size 12. Instead of using a hook tube to fasten the hook to the tube, I heated a scratch awl tip and inserted it into to end of the tube. This process stretched the end of the tube allowing me to set the eye into the tube.
Submitted by: Richard Katzman

Rated Average (2.5) with 4 votes.
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CategoryDescriptionPictures
AnglersThe proud fly-fishers901
Bank, beach, coastAt the water's edge302
Casting and fishingCaught in the act311
FightingFish on!169
FishFish, dead or alive1421
FliesOur creative creations622
GearExpensive toys for poor boys278
Getting readyGetting into the dress, rigging the gear63
GFF SummitPictures from the meeting of GFF anglers28
Insects and other animalsCreatures which aren't fish187
LandingBringing fish to the hand148
Landscapes, mountainsThe firm stuff around the water472
NightWhen the sun doesn't shine, but the moon maybe does41
Plants and flowersBoth green and colorful98
ReleasingThe fish which are allowed to survive281
Rough weatherHale, wind, rain, lightning, snow37
Stream, lake, oceanWaterscapes, scenes with fishing water613
Sun up or downOn the fringe of the day162
UnderwaterIn the wet element102

 


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