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Old 10-17-2010, 06:24 PM
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Newer sow anything like it and cant see any pheasant in it eighter
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Looks like the platypus of dry flies.... I like it.
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Default Re: My new favorite dry fly

Now that's a mean looking bug!

Beady little eyes looking out under those teased bangs and a punk rocker tuft of hair up top. And wearing a glitter-speckled spandex ninja suit besides.

Those trout ain't about to be intimidated by a punk-rocking, breast-stroking ninja bug.

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Post Re: My new favorite dry fly

The creator of this pattern, Vince Wilcox, is one of the best innovative tiers around. I have been influenced by quite a number of his creations. His "LGM"...Little Green Machine... is a killer nymph pattern. One can view many of his flies at Flytiers ...and, he has some great bugger patterns in the Autumn 2010 issue of Fly Tyer Magazine...

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Default Re: My new favorite dry fly

I concur, fully - it's a very effective fly here in the Northeast. My son and I have had great luck with Vince Wilcox's flies - especially this one and his para variant. As a matter of fact, I believe my son has only caught trout with Vince's flies. He's a great guide as well. If you're ever up in the Rainbow Lake area north of Saranac Lake, check out his shop!

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If Richard Simmons were a dry-fly........ From the fish-eye, view, very buggy looking!
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The uglier the better!!! When it comes to fishing that is...

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WOW!! That looks like a show girl in Las Vegas......I bet that takes a few hours to tie one
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Default Re: My new favorite dry fly

That is an abomination, but I'd fish with it; However, I just lost a little respect for trout...

You catching hatchers or wilds; what varieties, and conditions?
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