Classic flys

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2013/12/16 15:06:53 (permalink)

Classic flys

 Hello All
Cant help but think how kool the classic flys look. Thought that maybe someday I can tie a fly that looks as good. Maybe even make some for a shadow box. kind of like a show fly.  Does anyone have a good starting reference book or other resources? Things like recipes, materials lists, etc. Of course I will have to master the fishing flies first, you know, hares era, pheasant tail, egg patterns and such. Thanks in advance.
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    Flyguy638
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    Re: Classic flys 2013/12/31 20:16:59 (permalink)
    Sorry no one has replied, but if your looking specifically for a good refrence book/DVD, on 'Classics' i'de say Micheal Radencich"s "Twenty Salmon Flies" is worth owning. Shows many tying techniques, and I was fortunate to take a class from him years back, so look it up and add to your library!
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    steely34
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    Re: Classic flys 2014/01/01 06:19:47 (permalink)
    Agreed Bruce. All of Mike's books are part of my library. And Trout Man----- Bruce is your go to guy on this.

    "They say you forget your troubles on a trout stream, but that's not quite it..... you begin to see where your troubles fit into the grand scheme of things, and suddenly they're just not such a big deal anymore."

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