Your best/unusual worm pattern

Nick Riggs

I've been known to fish from time to time...
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I tied this one a while ago, it was one piece of red UTC wire with another piece wrapped around it like a guitar string. It didn't catch any fish, but I only had it on for about 10 casts.
 

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Pat M & NR they look great.

I am running a swap in the UK on one of the boards and I think that one or two of the guys need a bit of inspiration.

I'll point them in this direction if that is ok.

Me I am tying (if that is the adjective?) the pink job with a pink cone!

Thanks again

:beer2:
 

fredaevans

Active Member
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As it says in the title I am looking for your best/most unusual worm pattern. If you can. Cheers.

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YO Loopy! I'd completely forgotten you posted 'over here.' One 'fly' that I found to be deadly on the Russian River in Nor. Cal. was a bead head (usually copper) and the body was wound red Amnesia running line (around the hook). Just leave a 'inch' off the back end to swing/swirl in the current and a good to go.

A bit of a take off of the San Juan Worm?

Fred
 
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Hi Fred

The guys here are very helpful and it is always nice to refer the odd question.

Do you tie yourself?

I can't really imagine with all the boards you visit!
 

fredaevans

Active Member
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Hi Fred

The guys here are very helpful and it is always nice to refer the odd question.

Do you tie yourself?

I can't really imagine with all the boards you visit!
Tie I do, usually during the winter months, when the days are short, cold, and I'm not interested in what's on the telly. Actually have three complete tie sets: one up stairs in my office, one in the motor home and another on a 'tv dinner' stand that I set up and 'tie a few' while watching a DVD movie.

Do follow several boards (4 in the UK) but really only post (with frequency) on a few.

Fred
 
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