Featherless Decievers

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Featherless Decievers

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Hi all, quite pleased with the way these look and reckon they will do well this season.
All Bucktail Decievers, leaving out the feather and using a Bucktail extension instead. Should cast better than the feathered variety too.

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I've done them in various colours and sizes up to size 1/0.

Not long now! ;)

Chris.



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Looking good m8, hope you have some nice fish on them ;)

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sure they will be a winner chris,just two months to go. :)

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Nice pattern Chris and very neatly tied. Wouldn't look out of place in the Fulling Mill catalogue.

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Thanks guys, I thought they turned out quite well too, really enjoying the tying at the moment, as you can probably tell!

In two months time Mick I will have gone stir crazy! hoping to get out sometime in the very near future, there have been pockets of Bass coming to the bait boys already, and even an early Ray too, so hoping an early foray or two might pay off!

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Very good looking fly.....nice job.....

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WIGHTFISH wrote:Thanks guys, I thought they turned out quite well too, really enjoying the tying at the moment, as you can probably tell!

In two months time Mick I will have gone stir crazy! hoping to get out sometime in the very near future, there have been pockets of Bass coming to the bait boys already, and even an early Ray too, so hoping an early foray or two might pay off!
like to see a picture of you with a fly caught ray chris.
know what you mean about the wait,ive gone out a couple of times for a early chuck but nothing about .what eyes you using on the decievers ?

thought you was a bit crazy anyway chris :D

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Ha ha definitely a little crazy Mick ;)

The eyes are Evil eyes from uk Saltwater flies Mick, lots of people are doing them now under various names, they are asymetric eyes ( slightly oval ), so they are much more realistic looking.

Might be going out Sunday for the first time this year...

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all the best for sunday mate.

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