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Friday, 11 June 2010

Until tomorrow...

As far as i know the stream isn't in too bad shape after this weeks rain, so come the morning i will be heading there with a big smile on face!

I tied a couple of mayfly nymphs up to try and search out the depths in some of the deeper pools, as with a lot of my fly tying i dont tend to copy the known patterns but enjoy lashing something together from whatever's in my tying kit, using it and if need be "fettling" it for it's next outing. I've given it bead head to get it down and the rest is just pheasant tail fibres, some 5lb mono for ribbing, chenille and hare's mask dubbing, simple but hopefully tasty looking. I also used a Partridge saltwater shrimp hook as i liked the curve in the shank...


I guess the mays will be leaving us soon, i just hope there's still a few around for tommorow, i'll be heading out early hoping to do a little with the camera before the fishing starts, if i'm lucky the young Kingfisher will still be around, i'd love to get a decent picture of him.

Stay tuned.....


Graham

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