BWO baetis

Discussion in 'Patterns' started by Pat M, Mar 22, 2006.

  1. Pat M

    Pat M Chasing Tiger Trout

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    Here is some other pics of my other experimental BWO emergers
     
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    Those are Sick! the cdc loop looks more proportionate to the rest of the fly then the one you posted a week or so ago. Awesome now its time to go test them out on the river. let us know how they did.
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    Yeah, you did a great job. I imagine the tails are a great shuck imitation. The loop looks yellow but a pale color is fine. I picked a light dun grey for the wing and a tanish dun for the shuck. Just about the same fly you tied though.

    Now get in a feeding lane and dead drift it over fish, count the hits versus the refusal flashes and you are on your way to having a reliable fly. Are you tying two sizes? You'll want 16 and 18. 18's are ideal for around here.
     

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