Tigers (the musky variety) patterns.

clarkman

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Speaking of "what's on the inside"....

Tied in a big game shank (probably close to 3"), I attached 2 split rings off the back. Currently have a 4/0 Owner Herring hook attached. On the shank, I have foam on the top and about 1/3 of the way down, there are small dumbbell eyes underneath to both counter balance and provide instability. Lots of bucktail, some nayat, saddle hackles, a touch of flash and a bit of titan dub for the head.....oh, and a couple shades of brown copic marker.

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Dr. Magill

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I am very interested in large fly construction. Some of the floats, keeling techniques, other additives to get the desired action. Can’t wait swim some things
 

Dr. Magill

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Speaking of "what's on the inside"....

Tied in a big game shank (probably close to 3"), I attached 2 split rings off the back. Currently have a 4/0 Owner Herring hook attached. On the shank, I have foam on the top and about 1/3 of the way down, there are small dumbbell eyes underneath to both counter balance and provide instability. Lots of bucktail, some nayat, saddle hackles, a touch of flash and a bit of titan dub for the head.....oh, and a couple shades of brown copic marker.

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I like the use of the marker
I add brown but it is material. Adds a lot of bulk
Coloring the white is a great change up
 

clarkman

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I like the use of the marker
I add brown but it is material. Adds a lot of bulk
Coloring the white is a great change up
The copic markers hold their color pretty well...way better than sharpies. Then again, it also depends on materials. The titan dubbing holds color really well.
 
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