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Re: ISO Nymphs

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you are welcome fish idiot. met a guy on the kettle this spring that used a goose biot as a white stripe on the top of the shank, how important do you think the white strip is?

Posted on: 2012/10/23 19:56


Re: ISO Nymphs
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The white stripe probably isn't important from a fish-catching point of view. I tend to like realistic fly patterns that represent specific bugs and fishes. It might make a difference in very clear water where trout are keying on slate drake nymphs. I can't say I ever personally recall such selectivity but others who fish this hatch more than I may differ.

Posted on: 2012/10/23 20:45



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