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Re: White Fly pattern

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Always twist it in one direction, too.

Posted on: 2009/8/13 14:11


Re: White Fly pattern

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Any Suggestions on a White Fly Emerger

Posted on: 2009/8/17 13:27


Re: White Fly pattern

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troutbum1964 wrote:
Any Suggestions on a White Fly Emerger



Others with more experience may chime in, but from my knowledge the emergence stage is very very quick and not worth fishing. There are THOUSANDS of flies on the water and just getting a fly in front of a willing fish without it taking the 15 naturals around it is the toughest part. I would not bother with an emerger and just fish a typical catskill, wulff, popper etc.

Posted on: 2009/8/17 15:15
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Re: White Fly pattern

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hmmm i really like how that compara dun was tied in jaybo41`s post, how the guy spun the deer hair , never tried that with a compara dun

Posted on: 2009/8/17 16:06
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Re: White Fly pattern
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If you are tying for bass, I wouldn't bother with deer hair comparaduns. The bass just chew them up.

Posted on: 2009/8/18 9:18
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Re: White Fly pattern

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Penn Kev nailed it. I use an all-white soft foam popper size 10 for my white fly fishing. Stays floating without any bother, which is very important when you are fishing into the darkness. Bass don't mind, and I've even caught trout on it!

Posted on: 2009/8/18 15:06
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