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Fly tying, and specific instructions only

A group where you post photos, and instructions of how to tie them.

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Latest Activity: Jan 23, 2017

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Started by Mark Stine. Last reply by john Mar 28, 2016.

Paint Booth 22 Replies

here is what my paint booth looks like now, kind of resembles a cardboard box LOL. Any body got any ideas for an economical paint booth. Plans for a wood one? I would like something easy to store…Continue

Started by Mark Stine. Last reply by john Mar 5, 2016.

Muddler Minnow SBS 5 Replies

Ok, I've been fishing one of these for a couple weeks now, and I've caught all sorts of fish on it.  Bluegill, Green Sunfish, BG x RE Hybrids, and a LMB.  Because of the spun hair head, this fly…Continue

Started by Allen Morgan. Last reply by R. Michael Charske Mar 21, 2015.

Simple bead head for Bluto

Per Tooty's request, here it is:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zg5C8M-_kakContinue

Started by Leo Nguyen Mar 10, 2014.

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Comment by jim cosgrove on November 4, 2014 at 10:45am

they are a streamer dick,so sub surface.i am sure they can be weighted to get em down..i have seen a very large saltwater version called the mangrove muddler.i think the deer hair head helps it swim thru snags.i have a few muddlers but they are in my archive box.tied by a pro tyer who had a shop in my area.lots of info online of how to tie one and the 100s of variations

Comment by dick tabbert on November 4, 2014 at 9:21am

Allen on the muddle when its fished is the hook pointed up or down. Never seen one let alone fished one before just a little curious. I guess I'm seeing more possibilities using parts of that pattern. Also do they sink or float I thought deer hair floated again curious.

Comment by dick tabbert on July 10, 2014 at 9:16am

I like my hooks up just for the purpose of less snags. I'm sure there are reasons for tying the hooks down and useful in different scenario's but for the most part for me the hooks will be down.

Comment by Kelly Peterson on July 10, 2014 at 8:59am

Why are so many flies tied with the hook down? With the success that jigs get at hook ups would think more flies would be tied with the hook up? I know that Dick Tabbert ties quite a few of his creations with the hook up.

Comment by Kelly Peterson on July 10, 2014 at 8:51am

Have never tied anything before but did just recently buy a beginners kit. hope to get at it later this year.

Comment by Ray Ditzenberger on June 11, 2013 at 1:39pm

I remember reading the comment from Rex and I have found fewer problems with wind knots myself. I also have found that the few that I get in the actual leader are much easier to remove. Of course any that appear in the tippet are still in most cases impossible to get out and a tippet replacement is in order. I am using a homemade leader and it is only about 5' long.

Comment by dcastlen50@hotmail.com on June 10, 2013 at 7:51am

Rex, a few months ago you responded to my comment that a furreled leaders helps me to avoid tangles and wind knots.  You ssaid that you experienced just the opposite.  Well, in the interim I purchaseed furled leaders for my smaller rods - 6 and 5 weight rods.  You are absolutley correct.  I had more wind knots with the furlled leader.  I quess it depends on the size of the line/rod?  what say you?

Comment by Rick King on November 28, 2012 at 5:23am

Yes - Mike ,I think it was Rex that talked about latex glove.

Comment by DAVID L EITUTIS on November 27, 2012 at 5:54pm

HEY DICK, FOR YEARS MY WIFE HAS BEEN TELLING ME TO GET THE LEAD OUT OF MY BUTT , AND GET A MOVE ON , AND HERE YOU ARE PUTTING IN SPIDERS!!!!

Comment by dick tabbert on November 27, 2012 at 5:46pm

I think it was a little more pliable because I used head cement on it and wrapped it wet.

 

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