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Old 11-10-2010, 04:02 PM
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Default woven grayling bug

This is a short video on dressing the wire woven grayling bug being used on the English rivers,it might even workl here in the states.Enjoy

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That's sweet! I have never thought of weaving wire. After watching the video I went to the desk and tied up a caddis larva version to try on our local brown's

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laurie: That was a great looking pattern, I really like the idea of weaving wire, I'm sure it would be really effective on Grayling, they seem to be suckers for anything with pink.

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