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  1. The Brassie is a well known fly, and has been a staple in many nymph fisherman's box. It can mimic an annelid, and even some other types of sub surface bugs. The problem when tying them so small, is that the wire will be tough to tie perfectly without that higher spine in the center. This method solves that issue and also makes tying this fly much quicker. Here are the materials I used to tie this fly. Hook: Lightning Strike SE7 in size 24 Wire: Small Ultra Wire in red Thread: Veevus 16/0 in black Dubbing: Super-Fine Dubbing in Black Adhesive: Solarez "Bone Dry" UV curing resin
  2. Who here likes the "Brassie"? It will be the first fly I'll tie. Feel free to upload pics of your Brassies. EDIT : Or show or however you display pictures of your Brassies.
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