What's a Jebus fly?

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  1. Bogie

    Bogie New Member

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    One of you guys mentioned this fly in a post.I've been checking websites to find with no luck so far.What is it?
     
  2. XstreamAngler

    XstreamAngler ...has several mistresses.

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    The Jebus fly is a nymph. Plain and simple. It carries the elements of about 10 different nymphs out there. It is the creation of Team Xstream over the years in search of the "Perfect" nymph. With all do respect, we are just not ready to let this fly go. Perhaps someday, perhaps not.

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  3. Tightline

    Tightline Brian Perry

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    Jebus Kwist Sak loosen up man... maybe a shot (or 6) of tequila will get it out of you?

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  4. Bogie

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    Thanks for the replies.Tightline,you made me laugh for the first time today.Appreciate it.
     
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    >The Jebus fly is a nymph. Plain and simple. It carries
    >the elements of about 10 different nymphs out there. It
    >is the creation of Team Xstream over the years in
    >search of the "Perfect" nymph. With all do respect, we
    >are just not ready to let this fly go. Perhaps someday,
    >perhaps not.
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    >SAK
    >Xstream


    Obviously, it is the perogative of those who create a pattern not to share it with others, but the question I would ask you simply is "why not"? I would be interested to hear the rationale behind your decision not to "let this fly go" now, or maybe ever. The decision not to make widely known certain bodies of water can be prudent out of concern for the fishery itself, but I can (at least at this point) see no relevant or prudent reason for not sharing with others a particular fly pattern. Maybe you can enlighten me and others to what such a reason(s) might be. Thanks.