definitely focus on those 3, to start, you can vary to looks with tinsel and flashabou. also so many different colours to choose from as well, but focus on grey, black, olive and white for the woolies. and then definitely try out the hares ear nymph, it can be absolutely killer.
You on full attack mode. Lol
I've never read their regs cause I could probably never afford to fish there.
That's my concern for what we do have here in Ontario.
License fees, fees to fish specific rivers and fees for mandatory guides are really not my goal for myself and my kids.
Demand and supply the goal for all these business vultures.
People love to fish.
How can we make money off that. Lol
That's the Capitalist way.
Already happening to the hunters.
less and less hunting allowed land every year.
Good buddy of mine father saw it coming years ago and bought his own moose and deer hunting properties.
I don't want to see fishing turned into a rich and elitist sport.
But by all means your entitled to your own opinion.
well its either take steps to improve the future by having stricter regulations today, or have our natural resources raped today in order to have nothing for the future, the choice is yours. me i'd rather pay to ensure the bright future.
no, not on attack mode, just don't like ignorant @sshats like yourself who argue every small minute detail just for the sake of an arguement
Don't know what it is...but the material looks like...
Red thread for the butt
Black vinyl D rib for the body
Grey dubbing for thorax
Grizzly hackle for the hackle
Shouldn't be too hard to replicate. Put gold bead on the hook, (add lead wire if needed), put down a base layer of thread to the back of the hook, start with the red thread butt, tie in vinyl rib, advance the thread, wind on the rib, secure rib and cut excess, add dubbing and wrap in dubbing, tie in hackle, advance the thread, wrap the hackle, secure the hackle, a few more security wraps, tie off and head cement. Done.