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    Bright Fox Wet Fly

    This is a Bright Fox variant I guess you would call it ,tied from Bergmans Trout plate 2 upper right hand corner . Tied a half dozen with a full collar to give a go next spring on the rainbows.

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    Re: Bright Fox Wet Fly

    Very nice tye allen.


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    Re: Bright Fox Wet Fly

    every time you post a pic of a fly I just have to see it. Never disappointed. Wish I had half of your talent.

    To look good is to fish good

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    Re: Bright Fox Wet Fly

    Beautiful tie Allen, simply elegant. NICE.

    GTFOAGF

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    Re: Bright Fox Wet Fly

    Allen,

    What head cement do you use? I like the look of that.

    Tight Lines and Screaming Reels!

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    Re: Bright Fox Wet Fly

    Thank you everyone ! TRC I use Griff's thin 2-3 coats and I have a bottle of Griff's thin that I have left open to thicken up that I use for the final coat . The way that Andy B. finishes his heads are much the same but with hard as hull for the last coat , both give you a nice finished product .


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    Re: Bright Fox Wet Fly

    Hi Every one, please keep in mind that to obtain the heads on the flies like Allen and I do, the head still needs to be neatly and sparsely done. If the heads are built sloppy, the head cement will not hide the mistakes. Sort of like floss, it amplifies all your mistakes in the under body.


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