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Old 08-07-2009, 09:10 AM
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What type of fly is it. What is the abbreviation for. I saw that they were catching trout with this fly but had no clue. Anyone Thanks
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Old 08-07-2009, 10:38 AM
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What type of fly is it. What is the abbreviation for. I saw that they were catching trout with this fly but had no clue. Anyone Thanks
Sorry. I have not seen that abbreviation. Where did you see that?

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That's a new one on me too. Could you supply a link or let us know what area?

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Brown Elk Hair Stone Fly (BEHS)http://www.sierratroutmasters.com/Flys.html
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Bingo...That is the web page that I saw the blog , on catching trout on BEHS. thanks
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Brown Elk Hair Stone Fly (BEHS)http://www.sierratroutmasters.com/Flys.html
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JP: Very nice work!

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Brown Elk Hair Stone Fly (BEHS)http://www.sierratroutmasters.com/Flys.html
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Nice sleuthing, J-P!

That's a nice looking tie. Does anyone have any experience fishing it?
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Tied some of those up last night thanks to JP's posting the recipe. That is a quick and easy tie for a dry. Got 'em in the box right next to the Elk Hair Caddis'.
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Tied some of those up last night thanks to JP's posting the recipe. That is a quick and easy tie for a dry. Got 'em in the box right next to the Elk Hair Caddis'.
Jimmie: Give us a fishing report when you get a chance to try them out, we would be interested in hearing how they do.

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