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My attempt, spanish wet fly
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My attempt, spanish wet fly Wink) hook # 14 TMC 3761


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Interesting fly. Good job!
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(04-19-2020, 09:43 AM)djs4263 Wrote: Interesting fly. Good job!

Thank you! This fly a variant of spanish fly the Paraletta, dressing by matherial as yellow and red silk threads and of corse the feather Cock de Leon Rubion.
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This looks like a great fly, Switch. Sparse flies dressed in bold colors are a sure bet

dave
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During my almost 60 years with a fly rod in hand, one important thing I've learned is simple and sparse is best. That fly is a beautifully tied illustration of that fact and I'll bet the fish love it.
Petri Heil,
George
The difference between genius and stupidity is genius has its limits - Albert Einstein
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Thank you, gentlemen! I would like to say about my attempt to tie this fly, as original authour from Spain. The origional fly had dressed by Luis Meana Baeza in the book The Pardon de Meana, this variant is of course colourful, original Paraletta have the body in yellow and ribs in black and the wing forming a half of top radial area around hook. Thank you, for your's attention again !!!
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