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Wet Flies
hosted by Robert Morger

The venerable wet fly not as used as it once was but still a great fish taker. Join up to 15 other tyer's in sharing their fish catching patterns.

Flies need to be in the mail no latter than May 21, 2000.

 

Hooks should range in size from 28 - 8 and be designed for coldwater species.  Any materials are allowed in the construction of these flies. Patterns can be of any level of tying. 

 

E-Mail the SwapMeister with detailed material list and tying instructions.  If you would like to add fishing instructions or other facts that pertain to the pattern that would be greatly appreciated.

 

Participants and Patterns

Thom Daniel


Royal Ross

David Colyn


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Doug Britton


Professor

Scott Neuhard

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Tom Littleton

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Don Johnson

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Steffan Anderson

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Tom Tully

Henry's Fork Soft Hackle

 
Robert Morger

 Partridge and orange variation

Jimmie Toney

March Brown Spider

Ron Schade

Dark
Watchet

 

Alan Grombacher

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Bill Frazier

Green and Grouse Soft Hackle w/thorax

Ian Mitchell

Evening Wee Wet

Kevin Rooney

Paddys' Greenwell