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    Default Micro UV Straggle Pheasant Tail Nymph

    Here's a step by step for a Micro UV Straggle Pheasant Tail Nymph that I use. Its proved very successful this year.



    Micro UV Straggle Pheasant Tail Nymph

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    Lovely little fly - thanks - I'l tie some up. I don't usually have much luck with PTNs, but that will certainly get a swim.

    Regards,
    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuppsincomprehensible
    Fine tying but requires lead because ptn's always use sink and draw and without lead the pattern will just hang in he surface.
    Don't think so....... My UV straggle PTN's sink perfectly well - even tied down to 16's. Mind you, I do tie 'em on B175's or Fulling Mill Comp Heavyweights, and I always fish 'em on fluorocarbon. The red thorax version works best for me on a slow figure of eight retrieve - but if I go 'buzzer slow' I just hook bottom, so they must sink well enough.

    Bill S

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuppsincomprehensible
    Fine tying but requires lead because ptn's always use sink and draw and without lead the pattern will just hang in he surface.
    Says who and since when,or are you just talking pish again Tupps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuppsincomprehensible
    Fine tying but requires lead because ptn's always use sink and draw and without lead the pattern will just hang in he surface.
    Don't think so too... what if they are used in a comp? Nice fly pint and open to some good variations. Thinking of pin fry as well as claret, black and olive.

    Cheers

    Gillaroo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wee Jimmy
    Says who and since when,or are you just talking pish again Tupps...
    Jimmy it is my considered opinion that you are a consumate dick head.
    Last edited by Tuppsincomprehensible; 11-01-2009 at 02:14 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuppsincomprehensible
    Jimmy it is my considered opinion that you are a consummate dick head.
    How ironic....please go away.

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    the PTN will be probably getting a swim through the winter months when i am out for rainbows.
    thanks
    james

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