Fly Pattern Recipe Phaesant tail and few more

Discussion in 'Dry Flies' started by oholi, Dec 27, 2014.

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    oholi

    oholi Active Member

    I have been busu these days.

    mostly these are variations of PT, some details are seals fur, hares fur... ask if u like list of materials, but i think they are pretty obvious :)

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    this one is on #10 hook, i made it for grayling (Grayling in Rzav river likes big bites) body is seals fur and wings are snow shoe...

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    one of my favourites

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    this one looks like wet fly but i use it as dry- trout favourite

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    hi-viz PT

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    classic :)

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    caddis patterns made with PT are rarely seen...

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    with a partridge legs

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    hope you like them :)

    Vladimir
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    Darwin

    Darwin Well-Known Member

    A nice collection of good flies. :)
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    oholi

    oholi Active Member

    Thank you Darwin :) i plan to tie some more
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    g.atthenet

    g.atthenet Well-Known Member

    Yip,... i like em all.;)
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    oholi

    oholi Active Member

    I have tied few more tonight but no photos :(
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    Chris Schumacher

    Chris Schumacher Active Member

    Very nice collection. There are some nice unique patterns in there.
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    oholi

    oholi Active Member

    Unique? Which one? I would be glad to tie something new :)
    When i tie its mostly a matter of inspiration something like this (its not a phaesant tail body)
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    I cant wait for a mayfly hatch
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    Chris Schumacher

    Chris Schumacher Active Member

    The grayling fly for one. The caddis pattern using only CDC has a wing. The last one looks pretty unique as well.
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    Chris Schumacher

    Chris Schumacher Active Member

    :cool:
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    oholi

    oholi Active Member

    Thanks Chris. That grayling is one of my favourites. Snowshoe wings make it almost unsinkable.
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    oholi

    oholi Active Member

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    Simple bud effective
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    oholi

    oholi Active Member

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    I suppose there is no flyfisherman who is not a fan of a mayfly hatch and flies... so there is something for those magical moments :)
    Some are with snowshoe wings and hares fur as legs....some have cdc as wings and legs... tail is phaesant tail fibres, body id anteon ribbed with boar hair....
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    Darwin

    Darwin Well-Known Member

    Those should get you a few nice fish. ;)
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    oholi

    oholi Active Member

    I suppose they will :)
    Tnx :)
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    oholi

    oholi Active Member

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    oholi

    oholi Active Member

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    Few klinks for upcoming fly season.....
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    oholi

    oholi Active Member

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    Pt caddis
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    colin Danenberger

    colin Danenberger Active Member

    lovely idea oholi
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    g.atthenet

    g.atthenet Well-Known Member

    Whats the hooks on the Klinks and sedge?,......look very fragile.
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    oholi

    oholi Active Member

    Hooks are some shaeekspeare, to be honest never tried them but while tying tey seem very good. In a month or so i will have chance to test them....

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