Partridge and Hare's Ear wingless soft Hackle flymph spider variant.

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Partridge and Hare's Ear wingless soft Hackle flymph spider variant.

Post by upstatetrout » Wed Mar 20, 2019 11:44 am

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Just wanted to cover it all with the name!!

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Re: Partridge and Hare's Ear wingless soft Hackle flymph spider variant.

Post by St.Froid » Thu Mar 21, 2019 8:10 am

upstatetrout wrote:
Wed Mar 20, 2019 11:44 am
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Just wanted to cover it all with the name!!
"P&HEWSHFSV" it reads like Sanskrit but it looks great!

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Re: Partridge and Hare's Ear wingless soft Hackle flymph spider variant.

Post by joaniebo » Thu Mar 21, 2019 11:05 am

I tie a bunch of soft hackles with partridge hackles (natural and dyed) with many different colors (and shades) of hare's ear dubbings with and without tails and with various colored threads. There are soooooooo many variations that can be tied with partridge, hare's ear, threads and ribbings that a person could fill up several fly boxes with those few materials. Same thing with pheasant (hen / rooster tails and hackles).

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Re: Partridge and Hare's Ear wingless soft Hackle flymph spider variant.

Post by Eperous » Thu Mar 21, 2019 4:55 pm

Sooooooo Tom, with that name, subject line.... R U selling these as wet flies (flymph) or dries (variant)? :?

I think I know, but just wondering aloud... :P :roll:

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Re: Partridge and Hare's Ear wingless soft Hackle flymph spider variant.

Post by upstatetrout » Fri Mar 22, 2019 7:08 am

Ed, I myself prefer wingless wets. I don't care much for winged wets as they are more work and after fishing and a couple of fish the wings come apart and they look wingless any way!.

Tom.

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Re: Partridge and Hare's Ear wingless soft Hackle flymph spider variant.

Post by chase-da-dog » Fri Mar 22, 2019 8:20 am

Tom,well done ! That will work anywhere,anytime.

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