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Re: Wet fly vs. soft hackel

2008/1/31 17:19
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Wetnet, for my soft-hackle wets, I usually use them only during caddis hatches, but here's my basic tie. ... Tying_Manual&archive=true

Use the drop-down menu and pick "tan soft-hackle".

Call that hackle, a wing, whatever you want. I think of it as a wing but tied in the round. It's an incredibly easy tie that even I can do, and it works both deaddrifted or swung, so thats good enough for me. Of course, change the body color and size to the caddis you wish to match.

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