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I sat down this afternoon and wanted to tie a speyish type fly using an out of the box material. This fly is much like what i posted yesterday. Tying “spooned” type wings is very easy and they work well. Here is another example, but using Satyr tragopan as da wing. Skol asked yesterday. This fly is tied on a Partridge CS10 in 2/0.
tail is brown polar bear. Rear section of body is made by twisting and winding several lengths of brown metallic flashabou and then ribbed w antique gold twist. Front body section is fiery brown seals fur that has a brown heron hackle palmered through it. 3 turns. Followed by two turns dyed brown, pheasant rump hackle, followed by a few turn of kori bustard neck hackle, acting as a throat. Wings are two satyr tragopan pheasant tied in the spooned fashion. Pics are horrendous. This is a sharp, simple, natural ish looking fly. Cheers
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This looks deadly....love the natural colours!
 

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Killer fly. Love those natural colors and the Kori neck hackle throat is going to simply pulse in the water. Just seductive.

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Another winning chicken dinner here. Always looking for inspiration on here and you guys (and gals) never disappoint. A seldom seen feather used.... tragopan..... love it.
 

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Awesome man!!!!
 
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