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Old 04-01-2008, 08:19 AM
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* Hook: standard nymph hook size 14 and up or size 10-6 streamer hook for larger forms.
* Weight: lead free wire .015 and copper wire wrap over body.
* Thread: 6/0
* Tail : wood duck flank
* Body: dubbing blend - hare's ear mixed with red fox squirrel.
* Hackle: partridge

This wet fly can be stripped, nymphed, swung in currents and I've even used it juiced up as a dry/emerger during our larger mayfly hatches.

Using two with a few feet of line in between is a deadly tactic....They are easy to cast - even roll cast.

A good link with a SBS.....Double Soft-Hackle

A good friend from PA brought this pattern up with him along with the Delaware Flimp.

There you have it Greenwood....
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Nice lookin tie FlyGal, you have a good eye for tying.
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Old 04-01-2008, 10:19 AM
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Thanks a lot FlyGal! I'm going to tie up a few of these this evening! - And this is exactly what I like about this forum - Great resources!!
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Very nice! I'm going to have to tie up some of these....it looks deadly.
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Nice looking tye! I think they would be great steelhead patterns! To the bench I go...

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I'll you 12 of mine for 12 of yours? Private swap...PM me if you are interested
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