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Tungsten Bead Nymphs

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Hook: Kamasan B100 #12
Thread: Sheer 14/0
Body: Hareline Tron Dubbin Pale Yellow, UTC Ultra Wire Gold
Thorax: Hareline Hare’s Plus Chocolate Brown, Hareline Krystal Dub Caddis Green, Hareline Hare’s Ice Dub Rusty Orange
Bead: 3.0mm Tungstean Gold Flysite

Nymphs with different thorax colors, the dubbings have some good sparkle in them and flows good once they are wet and is a good visual indicator in the water. These are quick and dirty nymphs that take 3 minutes to tie up.

Rusty Orange:

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dryfly.me.2013.01.20.bead_nymphs_brownCaddis Green:

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Bead Midge Variations: 6 colors

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After the “Black and White” midge I created the other day I had to tie up a batch with the different floss colors I had to see how they came out. Quite happy with the color selection, and the next thing will be to test these in water to see how they turn out color wise before I tie up a larger batch for the summer

White Body:

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Red Body:dryfly.me.2014.01.15.bead_red

Yellow Body:

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Olive Body

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Green Body:

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Orange Bodydryfly.me.2014.01.15.bead_orange

 

52 Weeks: 2 – Black and White

dryfly.me.2014.01.12.black_and_whiteHook: Kamasan B100 #12
Thread: Sheer 14/0 White
Body: UNI Floss White, Prowrap Nylon (rod-wrap thread)
Thorax: Hends Superfine
Wing: Wapsi Polyproplylene
Bead: Flysite 3.0mm Pearl White

Second week of the challenge brings the keyword “Black and White”, I took the picture below earlier for the challenge and when I got home I was inspired to do something simple that reflected todays picture: black on white. I think it came out really good

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