Getting ready for some searuns

Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by Hillbilly Redneck, Aug 11, 2013.

  1. Hillbilly Redneck wishin i was fishin

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  2. Josh dead in the water

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    Are you using mallard flank?
  3. Hillbilly Redneck wishin i was fishin

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    Yes. On both the muddlers and spiders. I've got a bunch of different colors but the natural is my favorite.
  4. Josh dead in the water

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    The reverse spider has fast become one of my absolute favorite flies.
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  5. Cuttbow82 Active Member

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    I absolutely love the reverse spider. Haven't fished for SRC in rivers in a number of years, but it was always my "go-to" fly.
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  6. Davy Active Member

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    Way back when, an old pattern called " Chappie" was productive for SRC for me, similar to a Silver Hilton with an thin orange floss body
  7. bigdood fishing hack

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    Great idea with the magnets on the base, going to have to steal that idea
  8. kelvin Active Member

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    nicely tied!
  9. Hillbilly Redneck wishin i was fishin

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    With the recent storms and the visibility issues of the N.F. Stilly this year I'm not sure how the cutthroat fishing is going to shake out. But just in case I tied up a few more of my favorites.

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  10. Terry Bare Member

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    I have even caught silvers on this fly. It is one of my favorite flies in the box. It is cutty crack that is for sure.