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Thursday, January 9, 2014
Flies, from other fly tyers, Part Two
This is the second post in the series highlighting flies that are tied by various fly tyers.
These are flies given to me by John Huber, aka "Apache Trout". They are the "Mountain Caddis" and a "Hornberg"
Two more flies tied by John Huber. The "Betsy Streamer". These are great fished in off colored waters says John.
These two flies were tied by "Kiwi", that's his blog name over at "The North River". They are the "Ausable Kebari" and the "Royal Sakasa Kebari". These are soft hackle flies used in the Tenkara style of fly fishing.
This is a unique fly tied by Gray Wulff of Oquossoc Maine. The pattern is a Mickey Finn and what makes it unique is the material, it's Llama hair. This stuff comes alive in the water.