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Nymph
Submitted by: Zawile

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House over Sylamore Creek
Submitted by: Don Paradise

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This is "Rocky" the flying squirrel. Most of the materials that were used to make this fly came from a gray squirrel, except for the hook, wings, eyes and thread. I used size 12 dry fly hook; black 6/0 thread; wings were from a Mallard duck; the eyes were clear halographic 1/4 inch. I ran this fly through my home made swim tank (see You Tube for my video on how to build your own swim tank for $40.00 US). This fly swam perfectly with a lot of action.
Submitted by: Richard

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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

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dragonfly
Submitted by: Arthur Rafus

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a nice Marmorata (Marble Trout) hooked last April on the Varmo a chalk stream in North of Italy, using a beaded harehair nymph #12.
Submitted by: Marco Magnini

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This is my "Queen of Hearts". Taken just after I tied it. It is a wet fly tied on a size 6 bait hook. The Queen was tied on my Nor Vise. This fly looks to be suspended in mid air with out benefit of a fly support or prop.
Submitted by: Richard Katzman

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This fly is called the Green Hobbit. Built on a size 12 430 multi purpose curved hook. The body was made by using the fuzz or bottom part of an olive guinea feather, opening the thread and placing the stripped feather fibers between the threads and closing the thread forming a dubbing loop. I took two turns around the shank and tied in a small white hackle feather. The dubbing loop was palmered forward and the the white feather was palmered forward over the olive dubbing loop. I took about ten green tinted fibers from a mallard duck feather and tied them onto to each side of the shank. Then dubbed more fibers using the olive "fuzz" and wrapped four more turns around forward. The thread was tied off with 4 or 5 whip finish knots. I used two gold halographic eyes and finished the head off using Loon's UV thin finish.
Submitted by: Richard

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