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Monday, June 17, 2019
MCFF Tying Meeting - June 2019
In tonight's MCFF Tying Meeting Emmett Pizzo led the group in tying his preferred variation of the Peterson's Spawning Shrimp Fly! This fly pattern gave us practice in palmering a hackle feather, wrapping chenille, using a hook guard and creating monofilament eyes. Emmett also demonstrated the use of several other material choices and how they would effect the overall outcome of the fly. If you want to learn to tie flies proven to work on Florida's mid-coast, don't miss another MCFF Tying Meeting the third Monday of each month!!
Posted by The Suburban Angler at 9:32 PM
Labels: Florida Fly Fishing, FLOutdoors, fly tying, June 2019, MCFF, Mid Coast Fly Fishers, Odds N' Ends, Petersons Spawning Shrimp Variation, saltwater, saltwater flies, salty flies, Spawning Shrimp Fly, tying meeting
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