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Default Re: dolly varden fly

Thanks Allen,

Casey, you don't need to make them so fancy. Just a tinsel body with white bucktail throat and two dark olive and two black saddles for the wings will work fine. They most look like salmon fry or something else good to eat because when swung grease line style through good holding water they will get the dolly's on the hook. At least they are what works for me.

I'm a big fan of feather wings for trout & char and use hair wings for salmon usually.

Ard
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