Budding Para Emerger


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    1. gotchasr

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      Registered: April 2004
      Location: Kirkland, WA, USA.
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      Date: 7-1-04
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    Jay Allyn

    The Poor-Student Fly Fisher
    This looks just like the chronomids that emerge on Cady in March. I'll have to try it out next year.
    #1 7-1-04 7:11am

    Nice pictures Gotchasr!


    - Size 20 long shank
    - 4-6 stains of flashaboo
    - Tan rabbit fur dubbing
    - Lightly “stripped” peacock hurl (eraser technique)
    Do not cut off; use remaining portion of hurl to cover
    ‘loop’ and biot wings.
    - 10 pheasant rump fibers (for “loop”)
    - 2 goose biots (wings)
    - foam parachute post
    - Size 20 hackle for parachute

    Thanks again!

    #2 7-1-04 7:00pm

    Super nice tie, and great job! A lot of work . . .
    #3 10-24-07 5:09pm

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