Your Favorite Fall Pattern & Recipe

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  1. Jeff Dodd

    Jeff Dodd Active Member

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    I am interested in your favorite fall lake pattern and if available, a link to tying instructions.

    A favorite of mine is Platte River Spider. I've mentioned this pattern too many times, but with Fall here, I am tying a few more now.
    I enjoy tying these because they catch fish! My best fishing with this pattern has been in Fall, in lakes. Casting and stripping, working shore and shoals.

    I got the pattern here from Charlie Craven's Fly Box
    http://www.charliesflyboxinc.com/flybox/print.cfm?parentID=116

    This is not near as pretty as Charlie's, but it will fish.
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    I tend to like micro leeches in the fall. not the best ties in the world but here ya go. leeches.jpg
     
  3. Jeff Dodd

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    Nice Skyler. I tie a similar leach and yea, works well this time of year.
     
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