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Old 02-09-2010, 07:38 AM
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Here are a few I conjured up this week end. I'll try to get the recepies and come up with some names later. Got a few more crane fly patterns, but havnt had time to download. Your welcome to throw out a few names if youd like, have not named any yet. Top two are cranefly patterns, next is a crippled sulpher, PMD emerger and a sulpher emerger (suspended).

Top: Crane fly
Hook: TMC 400T
Tail: microfibrette (2 long)
Ab: Fur blend cream
Rib: stripped ginger hackle
Thorax: Prism I cream
Post: Antron
Hackle: Ginger Leggs CDC natural

Rust crane
Hook:TMC 205 bl
Body: Lip Stick rust
Thorax: Prism I burnt orange
Post: antron
Legs: CDC natural

Cripple sulphur
Hook:TMC 100
Body: stretch film yellow
Wings: swiss straw yellow
Legs: phesant tail
Yellow CDC

PMD emerger
Hook: TMC 2487 #20
Tail: antron
Abdomen: Phesant tail
Thorax: Umpqua sparkle blend (golden olive)
Wing: Elk Hair
Hackle: Dark Dunn

Sulphur Emerger
Hook: TMC 2487 #22
Tail: hackle fiber (cream)
Abdomen: blending fillament 091
Thorax: amber Fine & Dry
Wing: CDC oil puff gold
Hackle: white


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Old 02-09-2010, 09:56 AM
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Some I tied on a display. I have given these displays away to clients all over the country. I'm sorry for the poor quality pictures.
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Old 02-09-2010, 10:24 AM
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Tightliner you are the Midge Master! Lovin that Mohawk Bunny too!

Dude.... don't give him the big head.. it's hard enough to get flies out his box now!
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Old 02-09-2010, 11:37 AM
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Dude.... don't give him the big head.. it's hard enough to get flies out his box now!
Havnt really had to worry much bout contributing to the Bitteroot foundation, cant pry you out of the Valley . With all this H2O we should have an extended blue line season. Bout time to hit some morning pulses at Reliance!!!!! Gonna have to do some plannin though, Deadheadfred's National team is doing showcases at Auburn, UT and MTSU. Plus numerous tournaments. And of course her middle school ball started yesterday, so there goes Mon - Fri. The GOOD WIFE is gonna have to take over and give us some fishin time~! Plannin on takin a bunch of mid-week vacation .

BTW- crane flies DO NOT catch trout, so no one even needs to try em .

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BTW- crane flies DO NOT catch trout, so no one even needs to try em .

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So, what can you catch with crane flies?
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Old 02-09-2010, 05:02 PM
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Crane flies are worthless critters nothin eats them.

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Old 02-09-2010, 06:25 PM
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However, the great John Barr is faithful to the theory that cranefly larvae patterns do catch trout. Will tie some and post later alng with the other patterns I am reluctant to share with this fine group of "o ye of little faith in the cranefly" gentlemen
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Some I tied on a display. I have given these displays away to clients all over the country. I'm sorry for the poor quality pictures.
Nice lookin flys man!
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Old 02-10-2010, 12:16 PM
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However, the great John Barr is faithful to the theory that cranefly larvae patterns do catch trout. Will tie some and post later alng with the other patterns I am reluctant to share with this fine group of "o ye of little faith in the cranefly" gentlemen
Come on man! Everyone knows that crane flies WILL NOT catch trout . They are worthless patterns to waste your time on, much less tie on the end of a line. If anyone wants to dispose of theirs in a humane manner, PM me and I'll give you my address to send them to! Thats my story, an I'm stickin to it!

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Old 02-10-2010, 01:32 PM
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Come on man! Everyone knows that crane flies WILL NOT catch trout . They are worthless patterns to waste your time on, much less tie on the end of a line. If anyone wants to dispose of theirs in a humane manner, PM me and I'll give you my address to send them to! Thats my story, an I'm stickin to it!

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Oh, so is that like the report of there not being any stripers in the hooch?
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Old 02-10-2010, 02:59 PM
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Oh, so is that like the report of there not being any stripers in the hooch?
Theres not any on the hooch.......... are there???????

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Theres not any on the hooch.......... are there???????

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You could not prove it by me one way or the other, or any fish at all for that matter. I keep getting skunked.
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Old 02-10-2010, 03:13 PM
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Wow! Pretty work!!
The Hooch is a great place to fish... when it's clear.

Anyway, this gets my vote for coolest thread.
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Ok, one last round. Hopefully the weather will break and I'll actually be castin rather than tying, here goes:

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Chenille Crane
Hook:TMC 2487 #20
Body: Ultrachenille / Fine & Dry amber
Wing: CDC oil puff nat
Legs: CDC ginger

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Lip Stic Crane
Hook: TMC 2487 #22
Body: Lip Stic yellow / Fine & Dry amber
Wing: CDC oil puff natural
Legs: CDC natural

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Parachute Isonychia
Hook: TMC 100 #10 long
Tail: Microfibrette black
Hackle: Furnace brown
Wing: spun wool black

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Extended Body Isonychia
Hook TMC 100 #14
Tail: Microfibrette black
Abdomen: closed cell neopreme woven w/ 6/0 black
Thorax: ultra fine chocolate
Wing: CDC oil puff black
Hackle: furnace brown

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Sparkle rib Isonychia
Hook: TMC 100 long #10
Abdomen: chocolate fur blend brown
Rib: Blending fillament 085
Thorax: ultra fine chocolate
Wing post: CDC oil puff black
Hackle: furnace brown


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Those are nice TL. I may have to tie up some of those.
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It's starting to smell like patties in here okay, so there's no faith in the craneflies......? We'll surely see. Btw, I am with TL on the disposal of flies. In the words of a sniper "send it" or them... Peace
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Old 02-16-2010, 10:12 PM
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Light Cahill

Hook.....#12
Thread...White/Cream 8/0
Tail... Light Dun Hackle Fibers
Wing... Lemon Wood Duck
Body...White/Cream Dubbing
Hackle...Light Dun
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I like that one... Alot!
What about one of my go to favorites, an elk hair caddis? Or maybe a deer hair caddis for the Hooch.
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Old 02-16-2010, 11:19 PM
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Elk Hair Caddis
Hook...#12
Thread...6/0 black or olive
Body....olive dubbing
Wing....Elk Hair stacked
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Old 02-16-2010, 11:32 PM
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yeip... That is beautiful.
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Body: White Bucktail
Middle: Chartruse Bucktail
Upperbody: Blakc Bucktail
Flashabou: Gold
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Old 02-18-2010, 10:16 PM
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Default Reversed Beadhead Caddis

A variation on Steve Davenport's Reversed Beadhead Caddis Nymph.

Hook.... #12 Nymph
Head....Blk Glass Bead
Thread...8/0 Blk
Legs....Pheasant Neck Feather
Case....Turkey Feather wrapped herl style
Body...Olive Rabbit
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Old 02-18-2010, 10:23 PM
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Wooly Worm

Hook....#8 Steamer
Thread....6/0 Blk
Tail....Red Marabou trimmed
Body...Peacock Herl
Rib....Grizzlie Hen Hackle palmered
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Old 02-21-2010, 01:52 PM
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I just got back in town from a business trip to Milwaukee so I'm trying to catch up with everything going on in the forum. Pay, those flies look great as usual. Really nice on the Reverse Beadhead Caddis!
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Old 02-21-2010, 06:20 PM
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man i am ready for it to warm up so i can catch some bass! has anybody been catchin any and with what
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