Dame Juliana

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  1. Hans Weilenmann

    Hans Weilenmann Active Member

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    Nondescript often equates versatile and effective. This has to be a good thing, no? :cool:

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    Dame Juliana
    Hook: Grip 12804BL #14
    Thread: Benecchi 12/0, black
    Hackle: Brown partridge
    Body: Dubbing brush on fine copper wire, mix of natural and synthetic materials
    Tail: Brown partridge barbs

    Cheers,
    Hans W
     
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  2. Jim Ficklin

    Jim Ficklin Genuine Montana Fossil

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    Another crisp, clean creation, Hans. Looks a lot like a nondescript pattern that I called a "Gray" that I tied as a kid. Nicely done. Thanks for sharing.
     
  3. Steve Saville

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    As always, a very nice tie Hans.
     
  4. GAT

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    That one is a winner fersure.
     
  5. Gary Knowels

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    I tied a few very similar to this last night before seeing this, although mine aren't nearly as picturesque. I was going to tie up a handful of soft hackle hare's ears, but then decided to tie in bed and watch TV with the girlfriend and didn't want to take that many materials up 2 flights of stairs lol. So instead I carried the vise, bobbin, 10 hooks, a clump of antron dark hare's ear dubbing and plucked a bunch of feathers to bed and tied them up. Glad to know that a master had a similar idea as I did!
     

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