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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-12-2020, 07:50 AM Thread Starter
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3 Kings on a Mission

The flies were tied on 5/0 L Heritage Blind Eye salmon hooks.
The Black King (left) has a black heron hackle. The Green King (center) and Purple King (right) have Half Bronze Rooster Coque hackles. Picture was taken with a Canon DSLR Rebel XT camera.

The length of the bronze mallard wings stretched my available feathers to their limits. I could not go one mm longer.

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That was not a bad cast. I was just casting to the nearby fish.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-12-2020, 07:52 AM
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Sweet Doug. I love well tied Spey flies...and these definitely qualify for that "well tied" classification!!

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Excellent work Doug!
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These flies were definitely tied with one purpose in mind: where's that king hiding?! Well done.
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Just gorgeous my friend
Add a Red King to the mix and you have a quartet of killers !!
A Carron fly would be the only other addition ... call it the joker


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These are great! Killer tying.

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Certainly classy tying and patterns. Well done. Those will bring you joy on the water.

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Just simply elegant....Id love to them hunt on the Restigouche.
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