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    BLUET DAMSEL (a lesson in tying an off body fly)

    If you?ve never tied an ?off body fly? I hope you?ll find this article interesting and informative. I?ve chosen this damsel pattern because it pretty straight forward and one the tier can have a reasonable degree of success with when just starting out.*Many of the hex patterns I tie also call for ?off body tails? because of the large size of the flies and the pursuit of imitations that look real.

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    Tom or somebody, Are you talking about a 94833 or is there a 94933 Mustad hook. I can't seem to find it at the Mustad search page, and even Google keeps taking me to R30-94833 when I try to get some info.

    Rodger Oleson

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    Sorry ----- #94833

    Tom

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    Tom,
    I really appreciate all the time you have taken to share all the patterns you've submitted! I haven't tied any of them, but they always give me something to think about.

    Zac
    The Green Hornet strikes again!!!

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    Tom, I tied just one to see if I could do it and it was eaten by some kind of fish(bass,I suspect). He/she kept it.
    Gotta make some more of those!! I thought my efforts looked terrible, but..... Rodger

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