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Old 10-01-2008, 03:39 AM
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Default Re: Gary L. Fontaine sparkle puppae

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Originally Posted by BigCliff View Post
Lafontaine's fly will float if greased, sink super slowly if not.
Absolutely correct.......and that`s why my two versions, one with cdc in front and the other with plenty of deer hair will be floating and of course i would use some kind of grease to make it float......... as long as i can see the fly on top of the water it works for me

Joni:
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No slam to you, PURIST by any means, my friend. Lord knows if I could get by with nothing but dries I would for sure. Definitely the Hi Point to ff.
None taken........ but i`m in a position that i can use dry flies all summer and if the trout should not rise i periods, i`ll do something else

Terje!
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