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05-14-2004 10:03 AM
fredaevans
A mind Blower!

Your orders are to send each of the Rogue River Board Members AT LEAST one half dozen of these for proper 'fleight testing.'

All kidding aside, IMHO the above would be a 'go to' fly here on the Rogue.
05-14-2004 08:42 AM
NateSmith
Nate's stimulator nymph

body... amber v-rib
tail, legs and back...pheasent tail
abdomin.... BWO antron dubbing

this is a good stimulator pattern that works well for me during any mayfly hatch. I use a heavy caddis hook usually a 20-16.
Change the dubbing to cream and it is a great pmd/sulfur pattern. By the way the sdubject is Nate's fly but I have stolen every part from some other pattern I have seen so it isn't anything new. The one is the picture is a 18

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