Historic Sea Run Cutthroat Fly Pattern Faceto Face Swap

Discussion in 'Fly Swaps' started by kelvin, Dec 28, 2011.

  1. kelvin Active Member

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    What is your favorite historic Sea-Run Cutthroat Fly?

    Ok this ones gonna be good!

    When: Saturday February 11, 2012
    What: a Historic Sea Run Cutthroat Fly Pattern
    Where: Steve Rohrbach's House, Seattle (Wallingford)
    Who:

    (1) Kelvin-Allard Orange
    (2) Roger-Ferguson Green and Silver
    (3) Steve Rohrbach - Johnsons Beach Fly
    (4) MountainTrout- Lambuth Candlefish
    (5) Steve Knapp- Dead Chicken
    (6) Dry Fly Larry - Silver Brown -mailing flies unable to attend event
    (7) Double-D -Knudsen Spider
    (8) Tyeechuck -Spuce Fly
    (9) Richard Torres-Borden Special
    (10) Ron McNeal- Haig-Brown Mysid
    (11)Smalma -Fall Muddler
    (12)Preston-Reverse Spider
    (13) Jimmy M -some SRC fly
  2. Roger Stephens Active Member

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    Should be a fun event!
  3. Steve Rohrbach Puget Sound Fly Fisher

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    What is your favorite historic Sea-Run Cutthroat Fly?

    Ok this ones gonna be good!

    When: Saturday February 11, 2012
    What: a Historic Sea Run Cutthroat Fly Pattern
    Where: Steve Rohrbach's House, Seattle (Wallingford)
    Who:

    (1) Kelvin-Allard Orange
    (2) Roger-Ferguson Green and Silver
    (3) Steve - Johnsons Beach Fly
    (4)
    (5)
    (6)
    (7)
    (8)
    (9)
    (10)
    (11)
    (12)
  4. MountainTrout Bacon-wrapped trout?

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    Count me in. I'll tie up some Lambuth Candlefish...without the Polar Bear though.
  5. Steve Knapp Beach Bum

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    Changed it to the Dead Chicken.
  6. dryflylarry "Chasing Riseforms"

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    Sign me up for a "Silver Brown" or an Allard Orange which I modified the body color and I call the "Kilowatt Red".
  7. Steve Knapp Beach Bum

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    I'll catch us up on the list:


    What is your favorite historic Sea-Run Cutthroat Fly?

    Ok this ones gonna be good!

    When: Saturday February 11, 2012
    What: a Historic Sea Run Cutthroat Fly Pattern
    Where: Steve Rohrbach's House, Seattle (Wallingford)
    Who:

    (1) Kelvin-Allard Orange
    (2) Roger-Ferguson Green and Silver
    (3) Steve - Johnsons Beach Fly
    (4) MountainTrout- Lambuth Candlefish
    (5) Steve Knapp- Dead Chicken
    (6) DFL - Silver Brown
    (7) Double-D -Knudsen Spider
    (8)
    (9)
    (10)
    (11)
    (12)
  8. Dale Dennis Formally Double-D

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    Not sure how this works I just found the sign-up thread. February 11th works for me unless I'm working. Wallingford was my home for many years.
    Sign me up for the Knudsen Spider (ghost). Apologize Steve but I have a heavy heart for this pattern.
  9. tyeechuck Member

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    I'd like to sign up for the spruce fly. I'll throw in a simplifed green handlebar it too simple for a swap but deadly.

    Jim Koolick
  10. kelvin Active Member

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    Jim great to have ya!
  11. Richard Torres Active Member

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    Sign me up Steve!

    I'm going with the Borden Special
  12. Smalma Active Member

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    Count me in-

    "If it is all right with folks I'll tie a muddler variant that I call the "fall muddler".

    Curt
  13. Preston Active Member

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    Since nobody's signed up for it yet, I'll tie some Reverse Spiders in a variety of colors.
  14. kelvin Active Member

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  15. Steve Rohrbach Puget Sound Fly Fisher

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    Beautiful flies that will catch fish! Well done.
  16. Richard Torres Active Member

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  17. kelvin Active Member

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    Richard Nice looking ties

    what is the whit wing material?



    reminds me to get back to the vise and finish mine
  18. Richard Torres Active Member

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    Tail hairs from my wifes Maltese-Poodle mix.


    Very fine hairs that have great movement in the water.
  19. kelvin Active Member

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    so the dog has a bald spot now?
  20. dryflylarry "Chasing Riseforms"

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    Kelvin and All,

    I am so bummed out because I likely will not be able to make the swap in Seattle. I made a stupid mistake and decided to take a "part-time" JOB!!!! I think this is a big mistake, but it is Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays only. At least I can beat the crowds and not fish weekends. This is just hard because I have been retired off and on after a long enough career. I suspect I will quit by mid summer so I can take off more and fish. I can use a few extra buckos right now tho, and perhaps pay for some extra fishing and equipment and oh................the new Discovery Pass!!!!! I really was looking forward to meeting you WFF guys I haven't met!!! Darn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I start this Saturday at this lazy brainless source of income.