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jpb Ugly Green
jpb Ugly Green
An emerger from France for both stillwaters and streams
Published by jpbfly
10-10-2010
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Jpb Ugly Green
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Type of fly Nymph, wet, emerger, buzzer, chironomid, midge, larva
Originator of pattern if known JP Buttigieg(I know this guy quite well)LOL
Tied and Submitted by jbbfly
Level of tying experience needed to tie this pattern Beginner, a fairly simple pattern using basic tying skills.
Materials listed in order of tie in:  
Hook Dry fly, Fulling mill size 14/16
Thread Black 6/0
Tail Crystal hair(pearl)
Rib Crystal hair(pearl)
Dubbed Body Olive dubbing
Wing Crystal hair(pearl)
Throat Hare flash (black)
Special tying notes
Target species Brown and rainbow trout, chub, dace.
Fishing notes I created this fly to fish still waters. I have caught big trout with it. It can be used an an emerger with a floating line, but also as a buzzer or a wet with an intermediate or sinking line; slowly "knitting" the line both in moving and still waters.
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9.5
4 users rated 98% average
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By Pocono on 10-10-2010, 06:21 AM
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Default Re: jpb Ugly Green

I've seen this fly take fish!

Of course, it may only work in France (chuckle)

Nice tie, J-P!

Pocono
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By mcnerney on 10-10-2010, 08:34 AM
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Default Re: jpb Ugly Green

This is an excellent pattern. I've used it on Colorado and Wyoming lakes with great success!

Larry
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By HuronRiverDan on 10-11-2010, 02:32 PM
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Default Re: jpb Ugly Green

Nice looking fly JP..

Dan
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