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ScottP

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Puterbaugh Foam Caddis (variation)

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It would also make a passable spruce moth.

hook - WFC Model 3 #10
thread - Uni 8/0 tan
body - Congo Hair tan (twisted/wrapped)
underwing - 2mm foam tan
wing - bleached elk
thorax - Ice Dub tan
shoulder - sharptail grouse
hackle - light ginger

Regards,
Scott
 
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ScottP

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Spent Spruce Moth (Gerbec style)

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Sharptail body feathers look more like the moth’s wing but I can’t get them to hold their shape so I used woodduck; fish aren’t going to care one way or another.

hook - WFC Model 3 #10
thread - Uni 8/0 tan
body - Ice Dub tan
underwing - Congo Hair shiner tan
wing - woodduck flank
thorax - Ice Dub tan
hackle - light ginger

Regards,
Scott
 
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Norm Frechette

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Rosborough Dark Stone


Hook – Mustad 9671 or equivalent, size 2-6

Weight (Optional) – Lead/lead free wire

Thread - Tan

Tail - Pheasant tail fibers

Ribbing – Gold wire

Body - Dubbed cream fur, uni yarn etc. Paint the back of body with a dark brown enamel or marker

Legs – Dark pheasant tail fibers

Wing case - Pheasant church window feather or equivalent
 

ScottP

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McPhail’s Killer Shrimp Muddler (variation)

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Changed up the body color from the original olive after digging thru my wife’s scrap yarn pile. This stuff looked interesting so I cut some up and ran it through the coffee grinder; nice color and dubs easily

hook - WFC Model 6 #10
thread - Uni 8/0 tan
tail - bronze mallard
rib - small wire gold
body - Wool-Ease heather
body hackle - grizzly
wing - bronze mallard
head/collar - deer hair

Regards,
Scott
 

Norm Frechette

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Iron Fraudator

Mayfly Nymph

Hook - Gamakatsu T10-6H, size 6 or 8
Thread - Black
Tail and throat - Blue dun cock hackle fibers
Body - Three strands moose mane, two dark brown and one natural light,
body should be over coated with a thin coat of Sallys Hard as Nails polish or UV resin
Wing - Lemon wood duck feather fibers
 

MGTom

Living at the place of many waters
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Crawfish pattern similar to the ones that have been effective. Black flash, punkin' legs and orange pinchers in rubber, grizzly hackle, black, rust and gray hare's ear with a little blue ice dub. Trying to hit all those signal crayfish color triggers. 20210920_114529.jpg
 
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