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  1. Anyone know the formula for tying a saltwater Squimp? From the one I have, I appears to be a TMC 800S hook (#6), a cream craft fur tail (although I imagine that you could use calf tail or other), tan speckled crazy legs in back (folded back on either side), x-sm yellow dumbbell eyes, a tapered body wrapped from I think, ultra chenille wrapped forward with a fine copper wire, pearl krystal flash, an upper wing of cream craft fur and another set of legs tied forward and back on either side at the eye. This is a great Permit/bonefish fly in the Yucatan. Thank you for any assistance/advice that you can offer this beginner. r
  2. I may have the opportunity to do some trout fishing on the Yakima river in eastern Washington this summer. I was looking at what patterns are popular and I have heard one mentioned called a "lightning bug." I have looked around the forum and the Internet and I haven't really found anything particular on what a lightning bug is. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!
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