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Hey Flyweaver, how do you tie a black nose dace Clouser style? Do you add the dumbell eyes to bottom weight the fly to keep the hook up?

 

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Michael

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QUOTE (Flyweaver @ Mar 31 2005, 09:04 AM)
Micker Fin and Black Nosed Dace,tyed Clouser style and fished deep.

I am interested as well, sounds like great patterns

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QUOTE (hexfli @ Apr 1 2005, 01:14 PM)
Anything Big and Black. Better profile in the water.

I was throwing a black conehead muddled sculpin, with a fox tail tail, this morning. Thinking about a question I had asked an old timmer about seven years ago. The question was, about fly choice. He told me I needed something big and black. Well sir didnt the boys laugh. I told him to #$#$ ^&& ....politely, and then he told me I did need something big and black you little %^&&*^^, well the boys were realy laughing then. The old timer is only up to my chin.

 

The black fly did look better than the other colours in the stained water

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QUOTE (Gilly @ Apr 1 2005, 10:15 AM)
I've heard that this works.....how do you tie it??????? dunno.gif
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It does work wonders you duct tape three or four highway flares to your barbecue tank!!

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just in the same situation on the grand river in ohio on the 30th-high, muddy. i found a deep gravel bed(4 ft.) and swung a #4 black bunny egg sucking leech and hit one on my second swing. i love this pattern in muddy water, tie one up and measure the visibility underwater-often double other patterns. also, if the sun comes out, try a larger white wooly bugger on fresh fish. somehow those fish can sniff those things out when there's flash tied in them even with almost no visibility. you can also add a red egg on the front of a white bunny leech or white wooly bugger-excellent success in muddy water. I prefer swinging these patterns just out of the rapids in slower troughs.

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