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Extended Body Mayflies

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Here's my newest YouTube tutorial, this one focusing on extended body mayflies (such as a green drake, Isonychia/slate drake, etc.). I show a simple, yet effective, technique for creating mayfly bodies that can be added to a hook. From that point forward, the wing/hackle selection is up to you!

Enjoy,

TC


Posted on: 2013/10/5 19:19
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Re: Extended Body Mayflies
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I tied an inept version of these with grizzly hackle tied catskill style behind the hair wing. Floated like a cork is all I can say.

http://home.comcast.net/~jmanderino/PAFF2004.htm#Green Drake Comparadun

Posted on: 2013/10/6 10:36
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