Hairwing conversions, streamer style

Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by KoRP, Nov 11, 2011.

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    KoRP

    KoRP New Member

    Thought I would post these as I am a user of these for salmon when the water is up, in my little mind they are every bit as good of a producer as marabou, or rabbit strip flies, particularly for fish fresh out of the tide.....
    These are a group of a dozen flies I tied for my friend to go on his wall, he doesn't fish much anymore, but loves it just the same..... hope you guys like 'em....
    Dusty Miller
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    Copper Killer:
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    Black Ghost
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    Silver Downeaster
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    Mickey Finn
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    Black Mickey
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    Yellow Rat
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    Orange Charm
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    Green Highlander
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    Yellow Torrish
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    Silver Doctor
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    Thunder and Lightning
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    ggp

    ggp Well-Known Member

    Those are all awesome! Thanks for sharing.
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    ArticWolf

    ArticWolf Well-Known Member

    thanks for sharing Mark...nice looking tid bits m8..
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    Avril Anjers

    Avril Anjers Active Member

    Great flies Mark!
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    Red Fly

    Red Fly Guest

    Deadly ty's Mark
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    Howie

    Howie Active Member

    Beautiful ties Mark!
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    Debs

    Debs A fishing we will go.....

    All exallent-toooo!!! Amazing...... Thank you for sharing!!! ((((( BHO )))))
    colin Danenberger likes this.
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    Howie

    Howie Active Member

    Mark and his work is da bomb, Debs! Enjoy! :)
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    Qfly

    Qfly Fly Tying

    Great flies NICE.gif
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    Mason

    Mason Active Member

    what kind of head cement do you use to give the head of your flys that real glossy look?
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    lykos33

    lykos33 Member

    Not to step on anyone's toes, but I have found that "Gorilla Super Glue", from Home Depot or any other big box store, sets up fast, penetrates well, and provides a very shiny finish to my fly heads. I use a home made bodkin , made out of guitar wire strings (E string) and a piece of copper tubing, to apply very small dabs of glue just where I want it...
    Murray
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    colin Danenberger

    colin Danenberger Active Member

    good job holy beeep :O

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