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12-05-2003 03:30 PM
FrenchCreek Same as for the other bug recipe, except for:
The tails are made from bucktail. After the fly is finished, shaping etc. I split the bucktail and coat each segment with Flexament or equivalent.
Alternative methods:
1- "knot" the bucktail before tying on and create a frog leg appearance e.g tie a knot and that will create an angle of the leg(s).
2- tie in some bucktail and figure 8 this so that you have spilt tails
12-04-2003 08:57 PM
Dble Haul
Deer hair bug - hair legs (swap entry)

Here's one of Pete's hair bugs for the current swap. I'll let him add the recipe.

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