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Great looking fly Terje! Can i ask how this rides in the water? Does it ride on/in/under the surface film? I'm looking for a caddis pupa that rides in the surface film =)

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Great looking fly Terje! Can i ask how this rides in the water? Does it ride on/in/under the surface film? I'm looking for a caddis pupa that rides in the surface film =)

Thanks a lot, Gungner :-)

 

The idea is to make it go on the surface not under :-) ........ sometimes it will ride the surface film, that depends on how much floatant you use :-)

 

Terje

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Terje,

Another great one. To add to your last reply....Gungner, if Terje tied it I will bet all of my fly tying material that it floats.

Take Care,

Tony

 

ps Terje, I am starting to understand how you are feeling about winter because we just got hit with about 16 inches of snow so no fishing for me this weekend.

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Terje,

Another great one. To add to your last reply....Gungner, if Terje tied it I will bet all of my fly tying material that it floats.

Take Care,

Tony

 

ps Terje, I am starting to understand how you are feeling about winter because we just got hit with about 16 inches of snow so no fishing for me this weekend.

i think my tying materials are safe with that bet, Tony :-) :-) :-)

 

Good to know that there are more than just me who don´t like winter to much and are longing for summer :-)

 

Thanks, buddy :-)

 

Terje

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