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Okay... nice fly but... where's the recipe? What on earth is it representing? Kind of looks like a mayfly nymph on steroids (no offence intended baseball fans). Any suggestions on usage? Being a west coaster we don't see too much of this species of "bug".

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Pass lakes are a good general attractor, which I bet are often taken for caddis. The can be fished both wet and dry. I usually fish mine sort of dampish -- low in the film. The white wing helps track the fly.

 

Adams

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QUOTE (Flyweaver @ Jul 30 2005, 01:45 PM)
Why a picture and no pattern? I think if you are going to post a pic. it ought to have a pattern with it.

no offense,

 

but you can look at it and tell very easily what is used in it.

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QUOTE (dbracertaylor85 @ Jul 25 2005, 11:16 AM)
where does he use it

Hey there,

 

Lakes, streams, We are on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia and from what I gather from him this is a real popular pattern for trout. I never heard of it before he showed it to me.

 

It's also listed in Flies for Atlantic Salmon by Stewart & Allen , go figure.

 

Damian

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