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    Default Melted glue pupa

    Hook TMC 2488 #14
    Body :Sparkle yarn, seal fur, CDC puff , melted glue.

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    Default Re: Melted glue pupa

    Gammarus (shrimp) fly
    Seal Fur, Melted glue
    Hook TMC 2457 #8

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    Those look great.

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    They look awesome. How do the fish like them? Dead drift just subsurface?
    Life is not like a bowl of cherries. It's more like a jar of ghost peppers. What you eat today might burn your ass tomorrow...

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    Default Re: Melted glue pupa

    Quote Originally Posted by mojo View Post
    They look awesome. How do the fish like them? Dead drift just subsurface?
    The "Melted glue pupa" just under surface. The Gammarus have lead inside and go deep.
    They are very good fishcatchers
    tob1

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    Default Re: Melted glue pupa

    That is a nice looking fly! I bet it would fish very well here in Wyoming. Nice work.

    Larry

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    How do you do the glue part of that? I am looking at October caddis pupa, might help.
    thanks,
    Michael

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    Default Re: Melted glue pupa

    Quote Originally Posted by mlwebb View Post
    How do you do the glue part of that? I am looking at October caddis pupa, might help.
    thanks,
    Michael
    Hi
    First I make the fly.
    Then I warm up the end off a glue rod with a lighter.


    I place the gluerod near rhe hook eye and go slowly backwards.


    Then I wet my fingers with my tongue and form the body.

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    Default Re: Melted glue pupa

    Thanks for sharing, I'm going to give that a try.
    I sure like the results you are getting witht the melted glue, what a great idea.

    Larry

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    Default Re: Melted glue pupa

    Very Nice! I like the look; and they seem to be very simple to put together.

    Dan

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