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My goal is to have a box of all Rogan patterns to fish. This one gave me a bit of trouble so I redid the wing after the first attempt. No horns because I’m all out. Looking at the pattern itself it looks more like a buggy spring time pattern to my eyes when the water has warmed significantly from our cold winter flows.
Pollinator Arthropod Insect Moths and butterflies Organism

Plant Wood Insect Arthropod Twig

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Insect Pollinator Arthropod Finger Wood
 

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dyn-o-mite !
still waiting on my malone book .
the 27th fast approaches buddy !!
 

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Lovely tying! Sparse but still great volume, just like it should be dressed. Very Roganish.
If i may give a small advice, you could tie in Jay hackle after underwing (like illustrated in Taverner, and the same way Ernest Crossfield did). This would apply to most of Rogans mixed wings.
-Bodyhackle
-Underwing (In this fly: GP breast, tippet, gallina)
-Shoulder hackle
-Overwing
 

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Lovely tying! Sparse but still great volume, just like it should be dressed. Very Roganish.
If i may give a small advice, you could tie in Jay hackle after underwing (like illustrated in Taverner, and the same way Ernest Crossfield did). This would apply to most of Rogans mixed wings.
-Bodyhackle
-Underwing (In this fly: GP breast, tippet, gallina)
-Shoulder hackle
-Overwing
Absolutely! Many thanks, I wasn’t aware that’s how they should be tied!
 

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The thought of having a box devoted solely to Rogan patterns is exciting. It would be quite an undertaking but you're up to the task for sure

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