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    Default Some of what I've been tying during my week off.

    These are a few of my first attempts at tube flies...

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    Another Tube fly:
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    Steelhead fly:
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    A couple of flies for salmon this summer?

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    A generic buggy/nymph pattern using ice dub:
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    Two stonefly nymph patterns using UV materials based on patterns from www.oregonflyfishingblog.com with a few variations in materials.

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    Quote Originally Posted by border collies View Post
    A generic buggy/nymph pattern using ice dub:
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    Interesting flies, border collies.
    The high contrast tube flies suggest cohos to me.
    I also wonder what your favorite use is for tube flies - where do they seem to excel?

    I like the buggy flies best. That ice dub has a nice luster to it, eh?
    Nice job, man.

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