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Campeche Special
Campeche Special
Published by MoscaPescador
10-15-2010
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Campeche Special
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Type of Fly Splayed Feather Tarpon Fly
Originator of Pattern Unknown
Tied and Submitted by MoscaPescador
Level of Tying Experience Needed to Tie This Pattern Intermediate
Materials Listed in Order of Tie In:
Hook Gamakatsu SL12S in 1/0 or 2/0
Thread Danville Flat Waxed Nylon - Red
Tail Four white hackles - two splayed on each side
Underwing White hackle wrapped around the hook
Overwing Red Polar Chenille
Notes The white and red combination seems to be the popular color combination in the Northern Yucatan. I have seen this fly tied in white and chartreuse and white and orange.
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