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Re: Upper D tiny blue-winged olive (Pseudocloeon) patterns

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I tie them without any hackle. Tiemco, or any good dry fly hook, #22- #24. Tail a few stiff medium dun hackle barbules, body olive beaver, wing dark dun CDC tips tied slanting down. Simple fly that takes fish.

Posted on: 2018/10/12 2:47
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Re: Upper D tiny blue-winged olive (Pseudocloeon) patterns

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Long time lurker, this topic is very timely. The Pseudocloeon/Acentrella hatch has confounded me for many years on the Delaware. Has anyone tried Hackle Stacker designs? How does hackle quill or Caucci Nastasi blend compare to thread abdomen? Great thread discussion. Much appreciated.....

Posted on: 2018/10/30 8:39



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