John Clark's Damsel

 


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    1. Irafly

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      Location: Everett, Washington, USA.
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      Date: 3-23-05
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    ceviche
    I don't know if this photo does the fly justice. The one I received looks like it's guaranteed to swim with killer action. This one really caught my eye while I was separating my swap flies. Good looking materials.
    #1 3-23-05 5:55pm

    jessejames

    Flyslinger
    This is John Clarks damsel I can attest it is a fishgetter. It has great action and is one of Johns go to patterns.
    jesse clark
    #2 3-28-05 2:54am

    ceviche
    What's the collar hackle?
    #3 4-4-05 5:57am

    jessejames

    Flyslinger
    Recipe:
    hook size 8-12
    tail olive marabeau
    body peacock herl
    hackle/collar olive died grizzly saddle hackle
    Gold bead to match hook size.
    You can fish this on a full sink line but I like to fish it over the weed beds on a floating line. Use a long leader 12' or more and strip fast enough to just keep it above the weeds. I used this technique tonight at a local lake and picked up 5 nice fish from 14-21 inches in just a couple of hours. Hang on tight with the fast strip the hits are explosive.
    Enjoy
    John Clark
    #4 4-7-05 3:48am

    ceviche
    I'm geeking!
    #5 4-7-05 4:51am


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