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Re: Would this work for chrome?

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Hanging 12" below a sz14 Royal Wulff, Patriot, or Usual, of course.

So basically what you are telling us is that you are in fact a nympher at heart.


No, because I'll inevitably wrap some hen feather around it and say I'm a big fan of soft hackle wet flies, but am too stupid to fish them without a bobber.

Also, when annoyance sets in (usually after the second roll-cast-pickup-to-back-cast inspired tangle), I cut it off and merrilly just go with a single dry.

Posted on: 2010/11/11 12:35
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Re: Would this work for chrome?

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50% of the nymphs I tie incorporate some sort of soft hackled collar, yet you criticize me for nymphing. Mhmmm.

Posted on: 2010/11/11 17:38


Re: Would this work for chrome?

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I was thinking about that the other day. Using casts of wet flys with no indicator is awfully close to polish nymphing.

Posted on: 2010/11/11 18:34


Re: Would this work for chrome?

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i have great luck with this style of fly in a little bit faster water due to the weight. the only problem i have and strongly dislike is tht in medium to slower current i get ALOT of fowl hook ups. so i put these away for the right conditions.

Posted on: 2010/11/11 18:52


Re: Would this work for chrome?

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50% of the nymphs I tie incorporate some sort of soft hackled collar, yet you criticize me for nymphing. Mhmmm.


No, I criticise people who insist I have to stare intently at a piece of amnesia while a ball of lead and guard hairs bounces across the rocks.

I could care less what you do, so long as you acknowledge its boring. :)

Posted on: 2010/11/11 21:06
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Re: Would this work for chrome?

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At least you care.

Posted on: 2010/11/11 21:09


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Is there a Nymphing Bear?


(-ing, jdaddy, not -o... keep your twisted thoughts to yourself)

Posted on: 2010/11/11 21:52
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Re: Would this work for chrome?

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Here's your bear. (And yes, I spelled it correctly, but this came up.)

jdaddy - run - run far. The whole pie crumb thing is rearing it's ugly head again...

Posted on: 2010/11/11 22:55


Re: Would this work for chrome?

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I think one of these days I'm going to compute the average amount of posts for the thread to go off topic....

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Re: Would this work for chrome?

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You'll find it goes up expotentially when a few key names are involved...

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Re: Would this work for chrome?

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I tie essentially the same thing and have caught tons of trout, panfish and bass on them.

Posted on: 2010/11/23 8:35
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