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Default Early Season Dry Fly Swap, Winter 2012

Looks like a lot of these wlll do some damage on local waters-- thanks to all participants and another shout out to Fire Instructor for stepping in at tghe last minute to replace another tyer.


Blue Wing Olive
Tied by drlaser
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Hook: Dry fly
Thread: Black
Wings: Medium dun hackle points
Tail: Dun dry fly hackle barbs
Body: Olive dubbing
Hackle: Medium dun


Elk Hair Caddis
Tied by Fire Instructor
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Hook: dry fly
Thread: Tan 6/0
Body: Wapsi Life Cycle Ginger dubbing
Hackle: Brown
Wing: Natural elk hair


Little Gray Dun
Tied by jpbfly
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Balloon Caddis
Tied by Darwin
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Black Elk Hair Caddis
Tied by Lancer09
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Griffith's Gnat
Tied by Famil00
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Hook: Dry fly size 16-24 (size 20 here)
Thread: Black 8/0
Body: Peacock Herl
Hackle: Grizzly palmered over body


CDC and Elk Caddis
Tied by La_jolla1
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Devil Bug
Tied by Aroostookbasser
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Sparkle Dun
Tied by S fontinalis
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Cut Wing Mayfly Dun
Tied by kayo
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Woody's Stimulator
Tied by Stimulator2
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Hook: Daiichi 1270 size 12 (or size you perfer)
Thread: 14/0 Black
Tail: Whitetail Deer Body Hair
Egg sac: Insect Green Dubbing
Middle Body: Orange Yarn or Dubbing
Rear Hackle: Grizzly
Wing: Yearling Elk Hair (Bleached)
Front Body: Yellow Yarn or Dubbing


Black Caddis
Tied by peregrines
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Hook: dry fly
Thread: Black
Egg sac: Green Supefine
Rib: Fine gold wire
Body: Black Superfine
Hackle: Brown or dark dun
Wing: Dark brownish gray deer hair
Note: imitates the early season black caddis, alkso called Little Black Sedge (Chimera aterima) common on many Eastern streams in April (often starting just a bit before Hendrickson mayflies start popping)
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