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    Hook: Grip 14723BL #12
    Thread: Benecchi 12/0, black
    Hackle: Hen, dyed hot pink
    Body hackle: Hen, grizzly
    Rib: Wire, silver fine
    Tail: Woodduck barred flank barbs
    Body: Muskrat


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    Beautiful fly. Thanks for sharing Hans.
    Trout don't speak Latin.

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    Hans,
    This fly is tied, I believe, on an emerger hook?
    What is it representing, and, where and when do you fish it?
    Thanks

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    Surface skimming top (or "bob") fly, in the Irish lough tradition.

    I am optimistic it may work (still to be proven) as a wet to chase SRC (See Run Cutthroat).

    The hook selection is my pref
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    A lake fly skimming the surface to imitate:_____________

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    Quote Originally Posted by Byron haugh View Post
    A lake fly skimming the surface to imitate:_____________
    That is not how it works on the loughs. These patterns skim/bob the waves, and bring up browns - they generally do not imitate any specific bug.
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