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Old 12-26-2010, 02:37 PM
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In rust. An excellent Colorado Sculpin pattern.
These are size 10. Recipe here: http://www.charliesflyboxinc.com/flybox/detail.cfm

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Yat: Very nice work, I love the Barr's Slumpbuster! You should catch some great trout with those flies.

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Those are great looking Slumpbusters. Whatever you used for the body shows a bunch of colors, neat. Is that just short bunny hair on the hide or do you have a trick to keep it short (mine would cover the whole shank on a #10)?
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Those are great looking Slumpbusters. Whatever you used for the body shows a bunch of colors, neat. Is that just short bunny hair on the hide or do you have a trick to keep it short (mine would cover the whole shank on a #10)?
Jimmie,
The body is Hareline Diamond Braid Multi Color, the fur is micro squirrel strips cut into 2" lengths.
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Great looking flies and even great photos. You should teach others on taking pictures
of flies

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