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Message Subject: Fly- Ball Licker
esoxfly
Posted 5/1/2017 6:15 PM (#860287)
Subject: Fly- Ball Licker





Posts: 1660


Location: Kodiak, AK

Black/orange/white.  I love it. 

Black bear, wolf, fox tail.

 




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Tommis
Posted 5/1/2017 6:48 PM (#860291 - in reply to #860287)
Subject: Re: Fly- Ball Licker





Posts: 519


Location: Southwest PA
If you tie another one, let me know! That's sexy.
tkuntz
Posted 5/1/2017 8:12 PM (#860325 - in reply to #860287)
Subject: Re: Fly- Ball Licker




Posts: 642


Location: Waukee, IA
Wow! That thing is amazing
bigbite
Posted 5/2/2017 7:09 AM (#860374 - in reply to #860287)
Subject: RE: Fly- Ball Licker




Posts: 1211


Location: Pewaukee, WI
Stunning work Jeff! Great job.
Flambeauski
Posted 5/2/2017 10:59 AM (#860410 - in reply to #860287)
Subject: Re: Fly- Ball Licker




Posts: 3916


Location: Smith Creek
Awesome work as always. All my best patterns are orange and black.
So IL Muskie Hunter
Posted 5/3/2017 7:56 AM (#860547 - in reply to #860287)
Subject: Re: Fly- Ball Licker




Posts: 39


I have been tying for a long time but you have serious skills!
talmooner
Posted 5/3/2017 9:07 AM (#860555 - in reply to #860287)
Subject: RE: Fly- Ball Licker




Posts: 140


Wow, that is amazing.

Do you tie anything on tubes? I'm not a fly guy but I see tying on tubes (primarily for big pike it seems) is a thing in Europe that allows hooks to be changed while saving all the hard work that went into tying the fly.

The Kanalgratis website has some examples.

Just curious.

Talmooner

sworrall
Posted 5/3/2017 4:17 PM (#860612 - in reply to #860287)
Subject: Re: Fly- Ball Licker





Location: Rhinelander, Wisconsin
Very cool.
Jeff Hanson
Posted 5/3/2017 7:28 PM (#860650 - in reply to #860612)
Subject: Re: Fly- Ball Licker




Posts: 726


Nice work Jeff- that thing looks great.
Jeff Hanson
madisonmuskyguide.com
esoxfly
Posted 5/3/2017 11:48 PM (#860690 - in reply to #860287)
Subject: Re: Fly- Ball Licker





Posts: 1660


Location: Kodiak, AK
Thanks guys. Talmooner, I've done tubes before and they serve a purpose, but it's really a style of tying that just offers another option for fly design. You see it also in bluewater fly design as well.
esoxfly
Posted 5/3/2017 11:52 PM (#860691 - in reply to #860650)
Subject: Re: Fly- Ball Licker





Posts: 1660


Location: Kodiak, AK

Jeff Hanson - 5/3/2017 8:28 PM Nice work Jeff- that thing looks great. Jeff Hanson madisonmuskyguide.com

From the namesake himself!  Thanks Jeff.

sabbatoy
Posted 5/18/2017 6:21 PM (#862067 - in reply to #860287)
Subject: Re: Fly- Ball Licker




Posts: 26


That is a sweet looking fly..
esoxfly
Posted 5/19/2017 10:50 PM (#862212 - in reply to #860287)
Subject: Re: Fly- Ball Licker





Posts: 1660


Location: Kodiak, AK
Thanks.
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