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cimarron 08-15-2012 08:25 PM

Describe a "Latir Low Rider" to me!
 
I've been checking some fishing reports for Northern New Mexico and have seen several referring to a Latir Low Rider fly as being highly successful. I've tried to find a picture or description of it but no luck. Do any of you guys that fish the San Juan or the Latir lakes know this fly and maybe have a pic or could describe it. I figure it is a locally tied fly , dry fly, maybe a Caddis? Thanks, Glen

mcnerney 08-18-2012 09:02 AM

Re: Describe a "Latir Low Rider" to me!
 
All I could find using Google search was that it is a modified stonefly pattern. You might try contacting some of the local fly shops, they could probably give you better information.

fredaevans 08-18-2012 09:17 AM

Re: Describe a "Latir Low Rider" to me!
 
Good call Larry, no bad pun intended. I've found several patterns that are 'regional' in nature. Usually a take-off of some standard pattern with a 'twist.'

cimarron 08-19-2012 09:01 PM

Re: Describe a "Latir Low Rider" to me!
 
Yeah, that's about all I can find about it. I'll just wait until I get up in that area and ask around. Thanks, guys!


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