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Old 01-28-2012, 06:07 PM
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Trygve: Thanks, much appreciated!

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Old 01-29-2012, 05:18 AM
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Larry this is the ended fly from the material list

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One never sink midge.
Materials - Antron- Black Moser Ghost Fibre - Latex - Isopor.

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Testing my eyes today .
One in size 30.

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Hello Trygve

The #30 is wonderful fine fly tying. How large a fish have you caught on your Midge flies? I have heard stories of big fish on tiny flies but seldom fish under 20 - 22 in my life. I am tying #4 flies that I owe in a swap today

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I share the question with Ard, it'd be impressive to catch a fish of any size with that fly. I'd probably have trouble just getting the thing on my tippet...
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Old 04-05-2012, 10:56 PM
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Just tying them for fun. Never fish with them since they are to small to handle in my fishing. I think I will never get them on the tippet outside and I like to get the fish up very fast for my catch and release. Practical I rare use smaller tippet than 5X.

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One buzzer
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One antron bubble midge.

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One with red flash in body and Moser nevefiber as a bubble

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