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Wayne Luallen Ties his CDC Emerger - 13:31

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Wayne has tied most every type of fly he could get his vise clamped onto since 1974. He has demonstrated at numerous local, regional, national, and international events, including National FFF Conclaves since 1980. His work has been published in several magazines and books in the U.S. as well as Europe, including Tying the Classic Salmon Fly edited by Mike Radencich, and more recently Wayne tied the flies for Basic Fly Tying: All the Skills and Tools You Need to Get Started edited by Jon Rounds, photographed by Mike Radencich, and illustrated by John McKim. Wayne received the Wayne “Buz” Buszek Memorial Fly Tying Award in 1991. Wayne is especially fond of teaching the details of fly tying through better understanding of the nature of tying materials as well as better application and use of tying thread.

RECIPE

  • Hook: Daiichi 1260, #14-16 or Daiichi 1130, #16-20
  • Thread: Danville’s Flymaster 6/0
  • Tail: Zelon or Microzelon
  • Abdomen: Ringneck or Golden Pheasant tail feather barbs
  • Thorax: Dubbing blend
  • Wing: CDC, Type #2 feather
  • Head: Dubbed Whip Finish

Also See Wayne's Stuck Shuck Midge and his CDC Spinner, and his V-wing Mayfly..

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Wayne Luallen ties the V-wing Mayfly - 12:19

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Wayne has tied most every type of fly he could get his vise clamped onto since 1974. He has demonstrated at numerous local, regional, national, and international events, including National FFF Conclaves since 1980. His work has been published in several magazines and books in the U.S. as well as Europe, including Tying the Classic Salmon Fly edited by Mike Radencich, and more recently Wayne tied the flies for Basic Fly Tying: All the Skills and Tools You Need to Get Started edited by Jon Rounds, photographed by Mike Radencich, and illustrated by John McKim. Wayne received the Wayne “Buz” Buszek Memorial Fly Tying Award in 1991. Wayne is especially fond of teaching the details of fly tying through better understanding of the nature of tying materials as well as better application and use of tying thread.

RECIPE

  • Hook: Daiichi 1110, #14-22
  • Thread: Danville’s Flymaster 6/0
  • Tail: Most any hard hair or synthetic or Zelon
  • Abdomen: Thread or dubbing blend
  • Rib: Twisted thread
  • Thorax: Dubbing blend
  • Wing/Hackle: Whiting Farms Rooster Cape or Saddle feather
  • Head: Tying thread

Also See Wayne's Stuck Shuck Midge and his CDC Spinner.

Or go see our library of Dry Fly Patterns.

Wayne Luallen's Stuck Shuck Midge - 16:53

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Wayne has tied most every type of fly he could get his vise clamped onto since 1974. He has demonstrated at numerous local, regional, national, and international events, including National FFF Conclaves since 1980. His work has been published in several magazines and books in the U.S. as well as Europe, including Tying the Classic Salmon Fly edited by Mike Radencich, and more recently Wayne tied the flies for Basic Fly Tying: All the Skills and Tools You Need to Get Started edited by Jon Rounds, photographed by Mike Radencich, and illustrated by John McKim. Wayne received the Wayne “Buz” Buszek Memorial Fly Tying Award in 1991. Wayne is especially fond of teaching the details of fly tying through better understanding of the nature of tying materials as well as better application and use of tying thread.

Recipe:

  • Hook: Daiichi 1140 or 1130, #20-24, or Daiichi 1110 #20-26
  • Thread: Benecchi 12/0
  • Tail: Microzelon, pearlescent mylar, opalescent mylar (all can be left straight, twisted, or furled), and/or Whiting Farms Grizzly Hackle tip.
  • Abdomen: Flat thread
  • Rib: Optional – twisted thread
  • Thorax: Mole dubbing blend
  • Wing: Nature’s Spirit Goose CDC “tufts,” Type #4
  • Hackle: Whiting Farms rooster cape or saddle feather trimmed in a “V” under Daiichi 1140 and 1130, or trimmed flat under Daiichi 1110
  • Antennae: CDC feather butt end trimmed
  • Head: Thread

for another of Wayne's patterns, watch his CDC Spinner pattern!

Wayne Luallen's CDC Spinner - 15:42

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Wayne has tied most every type of fly he could get his vise clamped onto since 1974. He has demonstrated at numerous local, regional, national, and international events, including National FFF Conclaves since 1980. His work has been published in several magazines and books in the U.S. as well as Europe, including Tying the Classic Salmon Fly edited by Mike Radencich, and more recently Wayne tied the flies for Basic Fly Tying: All the Skills and Tools You Need to Get Started edited by Jon Rounds, photographed by Mike Radencich, and illustrated by John McKim. Wayne received the Wayne “Buz” Buszek Memorial Fly Tying Award in 1991. Wayne is especially fond of teaching the details of fly tying through better understanding of the nature of tying materials as well as better application and use of tying thread.

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RECIPE:

  • Hook: Daiichi 1110, #14-22
  • Thread: Danville’s Flymaster 6/0
  • Tail: Most any hard hair or synthetic
  • Abdomen: Thread or dubbing blend
  • Rib: Twisted thread
  • Thorax: Dubbing blend
  • Wing - Type 1 or 2 Nature's Spirit Goose CDC feather(s) - (Note: See article about CDC by Hans Weilenmann )
  • Head: Tying thread

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