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Old 04-06-2002, 08:46 PM
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Del Brown Bonefish Fly

Locations are the Keys, Andros, Deep Water Cay ,and Honduras' Guanaja Bay... (used extensively for Permit as wel).... Hook- 2...... Thread- Chartreuse flat wax..... Eyes- Chrome plated lead.... Hackle/Feelers/ Claws- 5 or 6 strands of Pearl flashabou, then 3 natural varent or brown or grizzly hackle on each side,splayed.... Body- Alternating stands of of brown,dark brown yard (Aunt Lydia's or other small diameter yard), Figure eighted to the shank....Legs- Three or four white rubber legs ..Suare knotted to the shank inbetween the yarn and marked tips of red.. More detail in Brown's book... Designed by Del Brown
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