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Old 01-07-2014, 12:15 AM
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Very nice, congrats!

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I like it! I am a bugger addict. Maybe I will try to tie something similar this weekend!
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Thanks fellas, I'm not sure why my pics are uploading sideways and all screwy, but I've always had trouble uploading pics. That's a size 12 1X strong 2X long derieki hook (like tiemco better) peacock hearl for body, white hackle, white bead head 1/8 , I tie very small buggers, they're easier to cast, and can be dead drifted like nymph or swing/strip like streamer. Very deady.
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what are you using on the tail, it does not look like marabou.
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what are you using on the tail, it does not look like marabou.
That may be marabou feather tip. Just not the fluffiest part. Maribou is variable from many suppliers.
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That's right it's the tips of marabou b/c the bugger is very small, this small tail.
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Nice looking fly looking forward to try tying this one.
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