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FlaFly - I wonder if you could use something like rubber leg material as braid? That would make a braided floater. Have you ever tried or heard of braiding rubber?
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Woven Bluegill Spider
tied by FrequentTyer
Fly Type: Miscellaneous,
Target Species: Panfish,
Recommended Region: Northeast US,
Hook: Mustad 94840 #12
Thread: Black Uni 6/0
Underbody: 8 turns of 0.02 lead wire started opposite the barb. Covered in black Uni-Stretch and flattened to create profile
Body: Woven DMC sewing floss
Legs: yellow rubber
Head: Peacock herl
Tying Instructions: Weave is a granny knot style with orange interlaced on top.
Presentation Tips: Let sink a bit and then retrieve in short strips.
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