Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Old School Flies-Soft Hackle Wets, Spiders, Flymphs

Left to right, top to bottom:

Hare's Lug, Starling & Claret, Little Dark Watchet, March Brown Flymph, Hendrickson Flymph, Baetis Flymph, Sulphur Flymph, Starling & Pheasant, Snipe & Purple, Partridge & Orange, Light Snipe & Yellow, Starling & Red (wire body)


grey-scorpion said...

Hi Vlad,
nice to see your softhackles. I like to fish softhackles or spiders too.
Some of my flyfishing-pals are woundered, what big fishes had token those little "seducers"...
Its more fun for me to fish quite a bit unerneath the surface. I hope more fishers do that again...
Nice work!

flyfishingunlimited said...


Thanks for your kind words...glad you enjoyed the pictures. I agree with you! Soft hackles are perfect flies in many ways-they are simple and quick to tie, elegant, use readily available materials and can be fished in so many ways.

Thanks for stoppping by,