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#927654 - 04/20/15 02:22 PM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: ColeyG]
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Topwater bug that has been getting eaten lately.

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#927889 - 04/22/15 08:09 AM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: ColeyG]
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Ditch Pickle silicone tube wacky worm.
Should be interesting casting this one......SON!

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#942617 - 11/03/15 11:16 PM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: ColeyG]
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Let's resurrect this show and tell session again.....
Some recent over the last few months




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#942631 - 11/04/15 09:34 AM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: ColeyG]
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Nice work Luis, thought some might enjoy this link as well....


http://www.washingtonflyfishing.com/forum/threads/october-salon-coachman-all-styles.111561/



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#942678 - 11/04/15 07:25 PM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: ColeyG]
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Nice ties Luis.
Here are a few I've been playing around with.
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#942683 - 11/04/15 10:17 PM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: ColeyG]
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Reminds me of the 8" blue bunny fly Larry dropped on Jim Teeny up on the Kispiox


The look on his face was priceless.

Cost ya .99 cents to watch it.


https://vimeo.com/ondemand/ftwgrp3


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#942684 - 11/04/15 10:31 PM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: ColeyG]
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Throw a couple of 8mm beads between those segments and you have yourself a wicked steak and eggs fly! Nice twist on an articulated fly. Can say I've seen that approach, stacked tubes, but it seems like a great way to go about it. Well done.

Each section alone would make a great little micro flesh fly, which can be deadly at times.
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#942694 - 11/05/15 09:15 AM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: ColeyG]
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Nice work you guys!

I haven't tied much in the past year. I must not be fishing enough, or not deep enough when I do fish. Plus Coley takes pity on me and sends me flies, so I had enough for all summer, fall, and this coming winter. One of the nice things about fishing with a floating line is that I don't lose too many flies, although a recent summer run ran away with a Muddler, thanks to crummy RIO leader tippet, but that's another subject. One of the downsides to fishing with a floating line is that I don't catch too many fish. Which isn't so much of a downside since WDFW implemented mandatory hatchery steelhead retention on the Cowlitz and other rivers this year, and I really don't want to keep an October summer run. Alas, the season for the Spade and Muddler is coming to a close, and it's time to swing the pretty flies Coley sent and my ties that resemble decorations for a French whorehouse.

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#943974 - 11/26/15 04:52 PM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: ColeyG]
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Picked up a traditional style skin the other day for a personal birthday present.... let the fun begin!

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#944016 - 11/28/15 06:59 PM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: ColeyG]
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Very nice Luis.

Tube bunny sculpin

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#944093 - 11/30/15 01:46 PM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: ColeyG]
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Polychaete Worm

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#952675 - 03/03/16 10:11 PM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: ColeyG]
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Been a bit dead on the feather forum.
Anyone tying anything lately?
A few I tied up tonight.
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#952703 - 03/04/16 10:06 AM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: ColeyG]
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Pretty flies. What do you fish those for? Tiger Muskie? Can't tell what size they are, and they don't look like what you've preferred for coho.

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#952710 - 03/04/16 12:29 PM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: ColeyG]
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Sg
I've been catching resident coho and searuns on them. I've been cutting them back a bit but still a little larger then I'd generally fish with for them. The wiggle action is very good.
I've really been hoping a blackmouth would jump on one. I do plan to fish tigers and lings more this year and will use something like these.
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#952720 - 03/04/16 02:40 PM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: ColeyG]
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Nice ties Stone. Wish I could find the time to sit down at the vise. I don't see that happening until next winter or maybe beyond that. Booo...
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#952739 - 03/04/16 06:25 PM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: stonefish]
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Originally Posted By: stonefish
Polychaete Worm




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#952747 - 03/04/16 07:51 PM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: chrome/22]
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Originally Posted By: chrome/22
Originally Posted By: stonefish
Polychaete Worm




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Heavy water logged turd... gonna need a +600 grain skagit to chuck that thing Bradley, unless your intentions are wanting to look like the rest of the band wagon spey following... taking up space on every gravel bar
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#952755 - 03/04/16 08:26 PM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: Bantam]
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Originally Posted By: stonefish
Polychaete Worm




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Heavy water logged turd... gonna need a +600 grain skagit to chuck that thing Bradley, unless your intentions are wanting to look like the rest of the band wagon spey following... taking up space on every gravel bar


Luis,
We'll be looking for those Spey God guys on the beach next time C/22 and I are chucking that [Bleeeeep!] with a 6 wt single handers...no 600 needed wink
Polychaete worms.....the new Skykomish Pink Worm Intruder Squidro
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#952764 - 03/04/16 11:38 PM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: ColeyG]
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Nice looking stuff there gents.

Vice time has been limited for me this winter as well. I did sit down after getting back from a bahamas trip back in Jan and tie up a few more of the fly I would have liked to have had a lot more of down there. Freestyled a few others, mainly variants of some of Drew Chicone's "essential bonefish patterns." Might be able to manage a pic or two at some point.

Other than those few attempts, my tying table has been more of a yarnball factory than tying table as of late. Kind like my boats (lawn ornaments) and fishing rods (closet space taker uppers).
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#952807 - 03/05/16 07:51 PM Re: Tying Projects (Ironing the Ascot) [Re: ColeyG]
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Some of the bonefish snacks I've been putting together recently. Mostly fairly simple concoctions of rabbit fur, hair, flash and rubber legs which seems to be a solid recipe for bonefish in certain locals, particularly over turtle grass.














































So often I seem to find myself with boxes full of flies that aren't quite right. My trip trip to the Bahamas in January was much like that. I had exactly 4 of a fly that was just right and I happened to lose them all in the mouths of mega bonefish headed somewhere far away from where I hooked them.

Ah the Bahamas...






























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