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letumgo - Awesomely buggy! Fin-tastic!


Current Tags for This Pattern
/ Brown / Copper Wire / Dubbing / Epoxy / Nymph / Pheasant /

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tied by B.C.TroutHunter
Fly Type: Epoxy, Nymphs, General Freshwater,
Target Species: Panfish, Trout,
Recommended Region: Western Canada,
Imitation: Mayflies,
Material List:
Hook: 1x long shank hook, just make a slight bend in the middle.
Thread: 8/0 brown uni-thread
Tail: 4 bronze mallard fibers
Abdomen: Wrapped pheasant tail
Ribbing: Fine copper wire
Wingcase: Pheasant tail, with a thin layer of epoxy
Thorax: Natural brown hare's face fur in dubbing loop stroked back as wrapped
Head: Butts of wingcase


Tying Instructions: N/A
Presentation Tips: A long lasting mayfly pattern that performs best with a dead drift in streams/rivers or a slow retrieve with pauses inbetween.

Fly looks like a fusion of a hares ear, pheasant tail, and czech nymph :)


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