Sunday, 22 December 2013

Fed Up Of Tying Bugs & Dries For Next Season

Over the past couple of weeks i have been non stop tying up nymphs and Czech nymphs and am getting a little fed up with it all.  So have decided to start on the dries for the up and coming season when there will be March Browns, large Olives Massive brook Dunns on the water for trout of all sizes to feed on.

Below are a couple of my go to dry flies from last season and what i have been tying up lately.

Olives in Sizes 18 & 12
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Size 16 Olive Paradun
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Size 14 Quilled emerger & various sized quilled up rite dries ranging from 14-18
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Various Coloured Klinkhammers in size 14
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If you had to choose any of the above for your stream or river which would you favour??



6 comments:

  1. Paraduns look really good mate.
    However, if could choose just one type it would be the Klinks. The ones you tied me caught me so many fish last year - on Llyngwyn too.

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  2. Think I would go for one of the klinkhammers, they're so versatile. But I like the cdc olive as well!

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  3. All of them look terrific, I pick the last klinkhammer, I like to fish with them because allows me to fish the tandem

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  4. Nice Dan.I like the little quill emerger.

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  5. Nice Dan.I like the little quill emerger.

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