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Agent Orange

 
tied by Pelhament
Fly Type: Nymphs,
Target Species: Steelhead,
Recommended Region: Northwest US,
Imitation: Stone Flies,
Material List:
Hook: 200R
Head: Orange Bead head
Legs: Pumpkin Rubber legs - 3 pairs, 1 tied in at tail, 1 at beginning of abdomen, and 1 at head.
Abdomen: Brown dubbing
Rib: Copper Wire
Thorax: Black Seal dubbing
Wing Case: Flashback material
Weight: 7-8 Wraps of .025 lead
Tying Instructions: Put bead on hook and secure in vise.
Wrap lead onto Thorax area of fly.
Tie in rear legs and copper wire
Dub Abdomen.
Rib with copper wire.
Secure Wing Case
Tie in Second set of legs
Dub Thorax
Tie in Third set of legs
Pull Wing Case over Thorax and tie down behind the bead.
Whip finish and fish.
Presentation Tips: Dead drift under an indicator with an egg imitation as a dropper.



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