Archive for August 17th, 2008

17
Aug
08

Czech Nymph: Tying The Rhyacophila Larva (Oliver Edwards)

http://flytyer.wordpress.com/ (great site, leads to Oliver Edwards tutorial re CZN Caddis Pupa pattern)

http://flytyer.wordpress.com/2008/08/15/edwards-tying-the-rhyacophila-larva/

https://swittersb.wordpress.com/2008/08/19/brian-okeefes-wisdom-positive-and-vital/ (Read!)

17
Aug
08

Flymph (Nymph+Wet Fly)

I know most of you are pretty smart men and women (has to be at least a few women checking in here). Thie attached link is beyond pics and visual stimulation. It actually requires you to read and take in the wisdom of those that paved the way. No testosterone here, no perfect little ass. Just pleasant reading and an appreciation of the Flymph fly, the perfect blend of components. I even learned the original intent of North County Spiders and the evolution of emerger concepts. But, you can start with the pics if you must.    
FLYMPH

FLYMPH by Allen McGee

http://www.flymph.com/html/fly_pictures.html

You must tie your fly and fish your fly so the trout can enjoy and appreciate it”

-James Leisenring

 


17
Aug
08

Damsel Patterns in a Carp Fly Swap

Clouser Swimming Nymphs

Carp Swimming Nymphs~by Smitty

Interesting Damsel patterns for Carp. The inclusion of a wingcase and athe placement of the wound hackle almost like a beard. Nice photography.

http://justanother.net/Carp_Swap.htm

Damsel by Carpoholic

Damsel by Carpoholic

 This is a nice shot also. I noticed the dumbbell eyes on the top of the shank. I believe this will usually cause the fly to flip over with the point riding on top (like a salt pattern). If so, the foam body serves what purpose? Not saying to use it. I wonder if the lighter plastic eyes would keep the fly upright and better utilize the addition of the foam. Two nice shots from a Carp Fly Swap, 2006. I show them because the tying components are a bit different. Not saying they are wrong, they just jump out to make me think.

17
Aug
08

Women Flyfishing (Oregon Women’s Clubs)

No, No. Not these women.
No, No. Not these women.

The Damsel Flies: Eugene, Oregon

women’s fly fishing group

The Damsel Flies is a women’s fly fishing group sponsored by the Caddis Fly Angling Shop in Eugene, Oregon.Damsel Fly meetings are usually held on the first Thursday of the month at 6:00 PM at the Caddis Fly Angling Shop on 6th and Charnelton in Eugene. The group is open to all skill levels of female fly anglers and the dues are $20 annually. Please join us for a meeting or inquire at the Caddis Fly.

Contact Us:
The Caddis Fly Angling Shop
168 West 6th Ave
Eugene, OR 97401
Voice: (541) 342-7005
Fax: (541) 342-6362

 

 

 

Stonefly Maidens


Fly Fishing Club – Portland, Oregon

http://www.stoneflymaidens.org/

President/Webmaster Robin Healy
president@stoneflymaidens.org

http://www.womensflyfishing.net/ten_tips.htm

 

17
Aug
08

Loop Wing Emerger Pattern Tutorial (Drakemag.com)

 

Loop Wing Emerger

Loop Wing Emerger

http://www.danica.com/flytier/hweilenmann/cdc_loopwing_emerger.htm (Weilenmann Photo Excellence)




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