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I've not had any luck locating the "Walt's Worm" pattern. It sounds like a bead head green weenie. I was heading to Penns this weekend, and wanted a few. Also, what color of shrimp should I tie.

Thanks, Scott

Posted on: 2007/5/23 9:58


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I found the pattern on another fly fishing message board. Here's the link:
http://www.flyfishersparadise.com/UBB ... ML/20040523-2-000221.html

Posted on: 2007/5/23 12:44
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Attached is the recipe with photo...believe it or not it catches fish. Tie it with or without a bead.


http://www.hooked-on-flies.com/flies/walts_worm.htm

Posted on: 2007/5/23 12:55


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I cant believe that this Walt guy gets publicity for that pattern. : ) JK, nothing better than a simple fly that catches fish. I wonder what they charge per fly for that stud?

Posted on: 2007/5/23 13:09


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It just goes to show you that trout will bite anything-- but they are smart-- really, really smart.

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You could even get creative and add some gold ribbing and hackle and then......... Oh wait, never mind. ha ha ha

Posted on: 2007/5/23 13:14


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beadhead,

Take some sulphur parachutes. That's all you should need (right Fred?).

beeber

Posted on: 2007/5/23 13:47


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Walts Worm is a cranefly larvea pattern...turn over a few rocks now and then.

Maurice

Posted on: 2007/5/23 23:54
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JackM wrote Quote:
It just goes to show you that trout will bite anything-- but they are smart-- really, really smart.


Jack,

Lets not mention the education the browns gave us on the Little J Sunday evening...
Oops, I guess I mentioned it.

Posted on: 2007/5/24 10:43
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