Once in awhile Catskill Style Dry

From Halford's early dries to the Catskill dry and everything else that floats on the surface.
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Fontinalis
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Once in awhile Catskill Style Dry

Post by Fontinalis »

Well every other year I break down and tye something other than a wet fly, streamer or Salmon Fly. I started tying Catskill Style dry flies back in the 80's. It was a ritual to tye these and enjoyed tying them. So I got back to basics a bit and hope you appreciate my humble offering:

Sincerely
Andy Brasko



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catskilljohn
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Beautiful Andy, what I would expect from you anyway ;)

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Ronbo
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Re: Once in awhile Catskill Style Dry

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Really nice tie Andy,
Probably the first dry I've seen you tie.
Keep it up I'd love to see some more :D

troutbum40
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PERFECT! If I were a trout, I would rise to it! ;)

brough
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Re: Once in awhile Catskill Style Dry

Post by brough »

Beautiful fly Andy, and a great pic as well.

Thanks

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Niklas Dahlin
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Re: Once in awhile Catskill Style Dry

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Nice fly, nice tie..
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ted patlen
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Re: Once in awhile Catskill Style Dry

Post by ted patlen »

yo,
very well done, even for a flyers fan.

remember, no split-shot when using these things.

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