Wet flies

Wets, the subtle art form where masters are few and far between.
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viking
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Wet flies

Post by viking »

Hi,
Tied some wet flies, gave them a soft-hackle/dabbler look.
//Janne


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Eperous
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Great looking wets... ;) I love swinging wet flies in these Catskill rivers... :D

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Nice!
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Post by flymank »

Awesome flies jan

tie2fish
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A very attractive set. The color combinations remind me of classic winged wet patterns (think Bergman), but tied in a soft hackle style.

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Re: Wet flies

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Fun to see, and I bet even more fun to fish. The colorful one in the middle is a particular standout. I bet it will be especially effective for any fish that gets a sniff of saltwater before returning to fresh.

ted patlen
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Post by ted patlen »

nice jan

is that a silver doctor soft hackle!!!!! beautiful whatever it's called.

viking
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Re: Wet flies

Post by viking »

Thank you all :) .
I like to fish soft-hackles, spiders, north country flies or what ever you will call them. I´ve made variants of winged west, from left to right:
Deep Purple, Teal & Green, yes Ted..Silver Doctor, Professor and Quill Gordon.

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