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Old 06-25-2011, 06:30 AM
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Default Re: Southeastern Dry Flies!

That's quite a selection you have.
Adams...14 to 20 ( I use parachute)
Elk hair caddis...14 to 20... tan, green, black bodied
Blue wing olives...16 to 22
Beetles...(orange indicators on the backs) I use size 10 or 12
Ants (parachute) black size 18
Assortment of wet flies. I prefer these over nymphing and emergers(personal thing)
About it. It's all I carry to the streams. Although I do throw stremaers for warm water fish, I seldom do for trout. (yes I know..I am strange)
Tight lines...Mike
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