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Old 06-27-2010, 11:05 AM
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This is a recent offering from Gamakatsu I will be using as the platform for a new crippled/emerger Caddis pattern:

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And, these are some materials I came across while helping my oldest daughter clean out her storage unit. Had not seen this stuff for 35 years...the dubbing morphed into Scintilla back in the early 80's... it is a great dubbing material and is still available through a Mom and Pop operation in Boulder, CO...Scott Sanchez uses #46, Peacockle for his wonderful Glass House Caddis...ck. the price...

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(Remember this stuff FRANK?)

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