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    Default The halfback

    I saw this on the Fly Dressers GUILD. Flies showed Marvin Nolte.
    Much we liked to try on my rivers Drina.

    -hook:12 long
    -thread:brown or red
    -tailheasant
    -backheasant
    -hackle: red-brown
    -bodyeacock





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    Very interesting pattern Cic....should be very good on fast and pocket waters,I'm going to tie one with different materials.Thanks a lot for sharing

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    Very good all rounder...Nymph, emerger, terrestrial...

    Dan

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    That is a great pattern! Man I am packing up my tying stuff so I can renovate the basement!!
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    Cicvara: Very interesting looking pattern, as JP says it should be very good in fast water!

    Larry

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    Thank you all.
    This will be great for fast water. Flies made Nathan Streeter 1981st
    It has all the good materials, peacock, pheasant, rooster.

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    Very nice Cicvara

    over here there is the halfback nymph and is quite popular
    you fly looks like it would do well in our high country

    Chris

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