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Old 08-05-2012, 03:15 PM
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Interesting fly, the front end reminds me of a matchstick with the brown and the red head. While I've not fished with that fly, I did have a cormorant take my fish while it was still hooked when I was home fishing in Florida... that was fun. Fish and bird were both released safely hook-free

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Interesting fly, the front end reminds me of a matchstick with the brown and the red head. While I've not fished with that fly, I did have a cormorant take my fish while it was still hooked when I was home fishing in Florida... that was fun. Fish and bird were both released safely hook-free

What is the yellow/brown just behind the threadhead of the fly?
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