Monday, September 13, 2010
Using Quality Deer Hair for Comparaduns
Two-Tone Sparkle Dun Comparadun:
Perhaps not a perfectly tied fly, but I wanted to show how the use of good quality comparadun deer hair makes for a good tie. The deer hair used on this fly is specially selected, dyed, comparadun deer hair from Blue Ribbon Flies in West Yellowstone, Mt. I got it there this summer on my fishing trip.
I used it to tie this Blue Wing Olive imitation.
The comparadun style of tying dry flies is easier and cheaper than the standard dry fly pattern with wings and hackling.
Posted by Byron Haugh at 6:40 PM