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Default Re: What have you been tying today?

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Originally Posted by planettrout View Post

The design of the DNA DIP is based on the BRF Guide Seredipity which imitates the Brachycentrus (Grannom) or Mother's Day hatch .

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GUIDE SERENDIPITY...



For that one, I use Chartreuse DNA Holo Fusion, ribbed with black Ice Thread...It SLAYS...


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NOTED, and thank you!

We used to have tons of Glossosoma's back in the Lehigh Valley streams of PA. In fact we used to speculate as to how many we murdered just by walking around as their little "turtle shells" literally covered the rocks when they were scavenging. I haven't seen them in numbers here on the local Utah streams yet (maybe they don't do well in tailwaters)... but we have excellent Brachycentrus hatches.

Chartreuse gets over-looked for a lot of hatching insects (like Drunella's)... the color scare's people off for some reason.
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