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- Tue Mar 06, 2018 10:54 am
- Forum: Streamers & Bucktails
- Topic: Need a WB alewive pattern
- Replies: 16
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My go to alwive pattern on the WB is Dave Whitlock's sheep minnow.I tie mine in sizes 2# through 6#.The pattern is tied with Icelandic Sheep Wool.Very lifelike.Google the pattern and you'll get the basic idea.You can modify it however you see fit,the Sheep Wool is the main thing in the pattern.I've ...
Roscoe Vernon,better known as Gadabout Gaddis, "The Flying Fisherman".The episode of American Sportsman with Curt Gowdy and Lee Wulff in Labrador flyfishing for brook trout was a big help also.
Mike,If you are interested in some mature woodie flank feathers you can PM me.I am an avid duck hunter and fly tyer and have plenty of select flank feathers from the past several duck seasons.They have even tips and are perfect for winging dries or wets.I'd be willing to trade you as many as you nee...
My first book on flytying was "Catskill Flytyer".So it goes without saying that Harry Darbee is my choice.When I started tying at the young age of 12,(1971)that book was like the Bible to me.Tight Lines. Val
- Tue Jan 14, 2014 7:47 pm
- Forum: The Tying Table
- Topic: Why do you like this site?
- Replies: 13
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I love everything about the Catskills.The rivers,the people ,the history,not to mention my annual trips fishing the Beaverkill,the Willow,East and West branches of the Deleware.Most of all,stopping in at Dette's Fly Shop and chatting with Joe and Mary.Tight Lines.