Archive for November 18th, 2010

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Nov
10

Fly Tying: Biots and Plume

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A smaller bead head pattern that incorporates several attractive features: gold bead head, brown biot wings, filoplume/chickaboo fluff (like Timberline Emerger), peacock synthetic dubbing. The Prince Nymph and Timberline Emerger possess several features I like. The bead head was not standard issue with the original patterns nor necessary. I like smaller beads to assist getting the fly down. The fluff at the bottom of the hackle stem is excellent for providing animation on smaller flies. This fly is on a size 14 hook. I didn’t get much chance to try these, this summer, on lakes. The tail is a touch too far forward on the shank of the hook.




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