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After being cooped up in the hospital these last few weeks, finally had a chance to hit the vice and bang off a few. Nothing too exciting, but hey! It'll give you fine folks something to look at at work right? ;););)

A copper coachman; (subbed real polar wing for some polar-chenille fibers)


deerhair Crystal Boatman-bear-pig-scud


P-quad


"Marks Minnow" (great 1-minute fly)


Matuka-muddler-somethingrather..


Polar&Tan leech
 

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Nice looking ties Andy. I really like the Pquad softhackle. That would do well here on the Island. Get better soon.
 
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Right on, thanks! There's another version of it called the "Psychadelic P-quad" that works wonders in the Manitoba parkland lakes. I should be up there over the next weekend, so hopefully will have some fish-porn to post for you fine folks ! ;)
 

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Right on, thanks! There's another version of it called the "Psychadelic P-quad" that works wonders in the Manitoba parkland lakes. I should be up there over the next weekend, so hopefully will have some fish-porn to post for you fine folks ! ;)
The article is good but for one confusing point Andy. It says in the materials list the body is 'Medium Crystal Dubbing' but the photo shows something a little different? I re-read the article to find my own answer within the text area, where stated that it is 'Hairline’s medium brown Crystal Dubbing' I have tied a dozen of the p-quad in sizes 10 and 12 on Daiichi 1760 hooks along with this version today. Thanks, they look great.
 
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Got doctors order's that i will be able to make it out to the parklands for some troutin' this weekend.

With september well underway, I tied up some plane n' simple anti-static and frostbite damsel nymphs. Great easy-quick tie that works wonders this time of year!



 
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