Tuesday, July 5, 2011

MATCH THE HATCH


Match the Hatch


















4th of July Cruise




































Night Stalking Trout

Dedicated to Regular Rod over at Dry Fly 'Expert'
(More to come later)





 
















Happy 4th of July






Photo taken by my son Ocean.

  

Happy 4th of July to everyone.  
Until Next time.......Tight Lines to all!!





20 comments:

  1. Well,
    That title photo is awesome.
    So is that beadhead fly, so is Oceans photo, they're all great.

    Nicely done.

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  2. I love that bead head. I almost want to have a can of Raid on hand for it, nice photos.

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  3. Very Nice Magee. Always creative

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  4. Once again TM, you've hit your high mark.

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  5. Great photos. How many sparklers did you got threw before getting the name right? It's hard to time the camera with your writing.

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  6. Gosh! Pardon my language please. What an honour! Thank you.

    Just watch out on matching the hatch. Spiders' webs away from the water's edge can show you some flies, for example male spinners of certain species of ephemerids that actually never go back to the water. They mate over the land and their mates are the ones that head back to the water.

    Those spinners in your glorious photograph are males. Before you start tying faithful replicas of them it would be worth checking that they are of a species that does indeed return to the water.

    Very best wishes

    Regular Rod

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  7. Brk Trt,
    Thank you very much. Ocean says thanks too. Tight Lines.

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  8. Savage,
    Thanks a lot. I really liked the way it turned out. Now let's hope it catches some fish :) Tight Lines.

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  9. John,
    Thank you. Glad to hear you liked it. Tight Lines.

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  10. Cofisher,
    Thank you for the kind words. Glad you liked the post. Tight Lines.

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  11. Phillip,
    Thank you very much. Glad you like the pics. Tight Lines.

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  12. KEv,
    Thanks much. Believe it or not that was the first try and same sparkler. Set the shutter to 6 seconds and took two photos. I might try it again and make it a little nicer. It was a blast playing with sparklers again. Felt like a kid. Tight Lines.

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  13. e.m.b.,
    Thank you. It seemed like a good few colors to use. Hope it works. Tight Lines.

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  14. Regular Rod,

    Thanks a lot, no problem. Thanks for all the great advice. This particular web was stretched across a little side stream part of the main stream. I will do some research and check if indeed they do return to the water. I was thinking a light blue dun pattern, maybe.
    Tight Lines.

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  15. Kevin,
    Thanks a lot. Always glad to hear you like the pics. Tight Lines.

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  16. Really nice looking fly, looks like it would hammer those drifters...

    those are dome beautiful photos...you better watch out, Ocean has a pretty good eye :-)

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  17. Sanders,
    Thanks a lot. The drifters don't stand a chance :) They will be instantly hooked. I am always impressed when Ocean shows me his photographs. Makes a father proud for sure. Tight Lines.

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