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Old 08-04-2013, 09:11 AM
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A few for the the salt ponds.

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I tied up some pink beetles and buggers for the gals attending the Utah Casting for Recovery retreat, these will be used to pin in their CFR hats.

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Old 08-04-2013, 02:21 PM
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TRIBE C. MIDGE(s) (Yellow/Amber) – Daiichi 1150, #18, Daiichi 1140, #18 – #22…

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ROYAL PEACOCK MIDGE (s) – TMC 200R – #18 – #22…

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PINKLY The Midge(s) – Gamakatsu C12-B, #18 – #20…

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RC (Midge) LARVAE – Freeman/Variant, Daiichi 1130, #18 – #24…


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Very nice Larry! My employer allows us a volunteer day and one of the foundations supported is CFR. After I get a little more time in at work I plan on taking a day to help out somehow, even if it's just to tie up something pink and purple. What a great idea! I was poking around their website and they were looking for volunteer tiers but the idea of sitting down tying a bunch of trout stuff sounds horrible to me. Now nice pretty salty streamers on the other hand is right up my alley. Off to the store to get some purple crystal flash!
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#20 Mysis

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GREEN LANTERN LARVAE (Midge) Daiichi 1130, #18 #22


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Needs some work but hereis an articulated streamer.
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GREEN LANTERN LARVAE (Midge) Daiichi 1130, #18 #22


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recipe from the book "The Trout Fly Patterns of John Goddard"

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heres what i used due to lack of correct materials

Hook: Allen N212BL
Thread: Olive
Tail: Olive pheasant tail
Underbody: Olive zlon
Overbody: Olive Flexibody
Wing case: Black pheasant tail
Thorax: Olive zlon

PVC strip = clear zip lock baggie
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