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Old 11-22-2009, 09:47 AM
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-Hi, this is a highly dry fly, materials for the wings you can put polypropylene, etc.

-Udica:12
-bodyolipropilen
-wing:two feather brown rooster
-hackle:brown



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Old 11-24-2009, 07:35 AM
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Nice fly, I have found Bumbblebee patterns awsome for most all species of fresh water fish, from bass and bream to trout.
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Default Re: wasp, bee, bumblebee...

Indeed. Very nice tie!

Bees and wasps are especially effective for trout on streams where the trout cannot afford to pass up a good meal due to lower biomass like out here in the desert southwest! The "meatier" a dry fly you toss into a likely lie, the less important it is which pattern it actually is. But I've actually seen relatively small trout jump out of the water to try and catch bees and wasps more than once out here. That's what convinced me to tie some! (but a "field expedient imitation for a bee is a similarly sized yellow stimulator and for a wasp use an orange or rust one)

And since bass and bream are generally more aggressive and less selective than trout, I can only imagine they are very effective dry fly patterns for warm water fish. I'll have to give that a try.
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Old 11-25-2009, 07:21 AM
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Very nice tie, cicvara
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-Winter is best for fly tying.

-Another little darker axis.


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