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Re: Your Go-to favorite fly of all time and then some ?

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yea-who,

Sorry, didn't mean to corrupt your thread. I spent 8 years in Columbia, SC and there's very little propper trout fishing down there (at least to my PA way of thinking). So, I spent the time fishing warmwater and saltwater species. My folks are in Naples, FL so I spend time there fishing salt. Also, my grandfather and dad were hardcore night bass fishermen.

What I'm saying is fly rods are a great tool for caching EVERYTHING, not just trout.

JayL,

You're right: one fly, no hedging. I'd have to lean towards the bugger in all its incarnations including come head and with dumbell eyes. We all know the many permutations for fresh water. Tie the body out of Ice Chenille and you're rockin' a great little minnow or shrimp imitation. LOTS of versitility!

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Re: Your Go-to favorite fly of all time and then some ?

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can somebody give me a recipe for an effective caddis pupa?

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Re: Your Go-to favorite fly of all time and then some ?

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La Fontaines caddis emerger and pupa's...I carry the original antrons for his patterns..

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Re: Your Go-to favorite fly of all time and then some ?

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No Deer.... By the way i hate game lands. There was a buck i had pegged for three years, trail cam photos and all. i let him walk twice with the bow this year. he wood have been a good one next year.................but someone shot him with the rifle. For the first time in club history no one got a deer. My father told us he's gotta go next year and show us how to do it.....LoL............i haven't had a doe lisense in 5 years maybe i'll get one, so the street doesn't starve next year.

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Re: Your Go-to favorite fly of all time and then some ?

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size 4 flashabou -black
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midges -letort ant various colors in 22-works well in the west also.

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Re: Your Go-to favorite fly of all time and then some ?

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Dave I love that fly but you need a better camera to show the true beauty of that fly

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Re: Your Go-to favorite fly of all time and then some ?

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Hellgramites are the bomb , but how do you immitate that dive? When i used them for bait they had a distict wiggle/dive that is when the blast would come. I have a bunch of latex material left over from old prosthesis i'm gonna experiment on that.

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Re: Your Go-to favorite fly of all time and then some ?

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awesome helgrammite fish, looks like a quick tie ;)

If you can find some long marabou, splitting it into three sections and braiding it off the back of the hook gives a similar effect. No way you're getting all those legs in there though.

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