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Red Owl 06-10-2008 08:44 PM

Older Fly Pattern
 
This pertains to trout flies. Have PMD's and Sulphers replaced the light Cahill as a better pattern? What insect did the Light Cahill represent?

sandfly 06-11-2008 05:00 AM

Re: Older Fly Pattern
 
the light cahill has not been replaced just moved. there is a fly called light cahill it is larger than the sulphers and pmd's. which are smaller.

Nooksack Mac 06-11-2008 06:19 PM

Re: Older Fly Pattern
 
When I began to fish Silver Creek, s.e. of Sun Valley, Idaho, about 40 years ago, a Light Cahill was my usual "entry fly" for the Pale Morning Dun hatch, which at that time had not yet become a standard part of the western fly angler's awareness. It worked more often than not.


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