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Old 01-16-2012, 12:26 PM
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Default Re: Married Wing Salmon Fly Swap

That won't bother me, I had indicated when becoming a participant that I would be tying up a Dee wing pattern and not a married wing fly. I made that decision based on 2 criteria; it is easier to make but still elegant in appearance, and the pattern caught perhaps 50 - 60 fish last year. I use the T&L tied hair wing style for salmon and it is a good fly and catches fish.
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