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Old 12-06-2003, 09:58 AM
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Looks awesome Mark! I wouldn't worry about the profile being larger than the profile of a typical perch. If you are stripping the fly or letting it swing in the current I think the water will force the feathers into a slimmer shape and it will look fine. In addition, the fly should move lots of water which will certainly be an advantage in the stained water of the Housy or CT River.

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