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Old 01-29-2011, 12:17 PM
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I'll going to tie a double colerette with the feathers of my own roosters
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Here's one of the guys JM is talking about...a Limousin rooster...with his four girlfriends
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I'll going to tie a double colerette with the feathers of my own roosters
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If it's OK I'm changing to what I'm calling a Half & Half Caddis.

If possible could I get some input as to size for caddis that you guys use?

In AZ I generally use pretty small caddis flies, maybe 14 to 18. I know that in other states you guys get caddis that are much bigger. If I tied these in a 16 would that work for most of you?
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I'm adding a bonus fly, sort of a companion fly. A March Brown flymph, just a sweet little dropper to trail through any number of mayfly or caddis hatches. Almost done with all of them, I'll add a photo. I'm looking forward to the day I can use all these flies!
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Flies from Dean_MT and Joni arrived--- great looking stuff!

Mudbug- I'm sure size 16 would be great--

jms looking forward to seeing your Double Colerette with your "home grown" Limousin hackle-- sounds intriguing!
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JM brought his flies yesterday...should ship them as soon as I can with mine
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flies from Darrin (Yetavon) came today-- great looking stoneflies
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Mark has problems with his computer...so I tell you he got my flies and JM's
Tied some extras for him and two jpb #14 for Joni(that's french galantry)
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