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Old 03-04-2013, 01:57 PM
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Default Re: dry fly

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Originally Posted by jb fly View Post

So what kind of tail would u guys put on this fly seen how I'm still going to improve this pattern I like how everything has turned out on it
JB,

More-so than lack of tail... I'm not positive, but since there's no material list, just looking at the picture; the hackle looks soft and "webby", the body looks like some type of yarn, and that huge ball of head cement will all contribute to a fast-sinking fly (as opposed to a floating "dry" fly).

Not a bad thing. I fish wingless wets 80-90% of the time and love them. I could see this thing effectively catching fish (with less hackle), but not floating.

How about calling it the Red Baron
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