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GH PT in the hand ;)
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GH PT in the hand Wink


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Cool wing on this fly switch, well all of its great really but I think the wing is a great job, even more so tied in hand, I don't think my thumbs would be able to tie a fly in hand, well done, Terry.
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(05-21-2020, 01:33 PM)Terry chippendale Wrote: Cool wing on this fly switch, well all of its great really but I think the wing is a great job, even more so tied in hand, I don't think my thumbs would be able to tie a fly in hand, well done, Terry.

Thank you so much, Terry! When I had started the first fly in the hand I had been thinking as you. I had always catched myself, while is tying, on my mind that there are being good if I have the pair of free hands, ha-ha !!! This fly is six in the hand while one year. Yes you are right, this wing quite difficult to do in the hand. Good luck!!!
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That's an impressive slab of feathers for the wing!!! Nicely done.
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(05-21-2020, 08:12 PM)Ronn Lucas Sr. Wrote: That's an impressive slab of feathers for the wing!!! Nicely done.

Thank you so much, Ronn!!! Nevertheless, I like this fly too, probably is there quite big wing?
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Always loved this pattern and your tie (in hand!!) is a true delight...and that wing is amazing Exclamation Exclamation Exclamation
Petri Heil,
George
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(05-22-2020, 06:31 AM)CSFT II Wrote: Always loved this pattern and your tie (in hand!!) is a true delight...and that wing is amazing Exclamation Exclamation Exclamation

Thank you, sir! I only try to do better my previously attempt GH and I learn to tie in the hand by the book "Tied in the Hand" Sven Olov Hard and of course  by Pryce Tannatt book. Thank you again!!!
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#8
Impressing. Sven Olov knows what he talking about. Looking forward to see more of you handtied flies. I havent used vise on classics or freestyles since 2007. I only use vise if i am in need for some hurry tied killer wetflies when i am on my way to the river.
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(05-22-2020, 10:37 AM)Sky-Pilot Wrote: Impressing. Sven Olov knows what he talking about. Looking forward to see more of you handtied flies.  I havent used vise on classics or freestyles since 2007. I only use vise if i am in need for some hurry tied killer wetflies when i am on my way to the river.

Thank you very much! Of course, I only learning to tie in the hand and sometimes I had repeated my attempt if anything for my view  was wrong, but I try to do that. This my secondory attempt to do GH in the hand.


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Switch: Classic salmon flies that look like they will catch fish automatically look good to me visually. At first look I thought it looked a bit top heavy, but at the same time I recognized the expert quality of the tying. The relative thickness of the body (beautiful taper as it is ) and the swept back lovely hackle work prepared me to see a wing constructed in the same fashion. Your comment maybe "quite a big wing?", makes me comfortable responding honestly. You have world class talent

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