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Old 12-18-2011, 02:05 AM
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Default Re: JP's flies step by step...for beginners.

Another easy to tie pattern...the Chub Special.Although it was created for big chub, it enabled me to catch browns,rainbows,brookies, graylings,dace and even carps.
Materials.Hook size 14,black thread 6/0,copper bead 2.8mm,copper wire, black hareflash,olive goose biots.
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first fix the two goose biots for the tail and the copper wire.
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Make the body with the hare flash stop a little before the bead.
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Turn the copper wire.
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Tie the two goose biots.
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Add a little dubbing before the final knot.
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Like the jpb olive you can make all variations you want...here are two :
Orange
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Chartreuse
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