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    Default COOPER'S HOPPER - Fly of the week - November 15, 2010

    COOPER'S HOPPER

    Everyone loves hopper patterns!*I don't know of a fly fisherman who doesn't carry them during the summer and early fall months. It?s a 'go-to-fly' during those dog days of summer --- even if you don't see them on the water. Crickets, deer-flies, ants --- they all take a back seat to the almighty 'HOPPER' !

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    Default Another Fly Of The Week by Tom Deschaine.....

    Tom Deschaine has done it again, another great fly pattern, and better yet it is a pattern from the mid 1930's, originated by Ken Cooper.

    This is the 24th "Fly of the Week" article submitted by Tom Deschaine, the other 23 are also great fly patterns to use even today...
    • American Wooly
    • Au Sable King
    • Badger Bivisible
    • Bee Visible
    • Bluet Damsel
    • Borcher's Drake
    • Caplis
    • Catskill
    • Deer Hair Caddis
    • Delaware Adams
    • Doodlebug
    • Easy Hex
    • Female Hendrickson
    • Fire Fly
    • Fluttering Caddis
    • Gray Fox
    • Gray Wulff
    • Katterman
    • Light Hendrickson
    • Polar Commander
    • Polar Hex
    • Red Ibis
    • Sunset Sulfur
    All are great patterns that you can dress and use on your own home waters!

    ~Parnelli
    Last edited by Steven McGarthwaite; 11-15-2010 at 05:19 AM.

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    I had made comment last night in the chat room about this pattern. Can't wait to try it.
    Thanks Old Man GO IRISH!

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    A most excellent hopper pattern. Can't wait to tie some up.

    Kelly.
    Tight Lines,

    Kelly.

    "There will be days when the fishing is better than one's most optimistic forecast, others when it is far worse. Either is a gain over just staying home."

    Roderick Haig-Brown, "Fisherman's Spring"

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