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Here's a link to a fine tutorial by this fly's designer. roughfisher.com: The Men In Black - an inside look

JPL specializes in catching rough fish on fly (Carp, suckers, redhorse, catfish, etc), but that fly should work for most every species that eats bugs. The dark color should help it stand out in streams that are muddy with spring runoff as well.
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