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    Tied By: John Hicks


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    1. mr trout

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  1. mike doughty

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    sweet pattern john, i have a bunch tied up but never used them. how do they work for you?
    #1 2-10-06 4:38am

    John Hicks

    Owner and operator of Sea Run Pursuits
    This pattern works great on stockers. If you want to nail the natties tie it with a copper rib and black tungston bead.
    #2 2-10-06 1:18pm

    John Hicks

    Owner and operator of Sea Run Pursuits
    Hook size 14-24
    Body: brown floss
    Rib: silver or copper french tinsel
    Forebody: brown hairline dubbing
    Collar: brown whiting softhackle feather
    Bead either copper or black tunston.


    Fish this fly as a dropper 12-16 inches bellow either a small glo bug or another larger nymph. I fished this pattern and have had only one fish come to the top fly. Most fish were taken on this smaller dropper.
    #3 2-10-06 1:25pm




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