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Ties from last week

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Some ties from the past week:

cactus caddis

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tied with peacock tinsel chenille, craft bead and white antron on scud hook

purple haze nymph

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tied with purple krystal chenille, craft bead, white antron on scud hook

mudbug

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olive krystal flash, olive sili legs, peacock krystal chenille, olive bucktail, hour glass eyes on a salt hook

blueberry muffin

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purple krystal flash, black wire ribe, on 2x heavy nymph hook

hopefully the carp will eat this like candy this spring. I don't know if the purple will work, but I wanted to try something different.

Found this peacock glimmer chenille the other day and it looked cool. Tried tying a couple of different patterns...

peacock nymph

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black faced wobbler

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red-faced wobbler

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Here's the one I tied in peacock:

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and a damselfly nymph looking one:

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