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    Default Bubble Sedge

    Sorry, but admin has asked me which account I'd like to keep. So I am having to let braveheart go and since I will no longer have control over my sbs's I have no choice but to delete them.
    However these sbs's and many more are available, free, on ukflydressing and the wild fishing forums.
    Last edited by braveheart; 13-06-2010 at 12:18 AM.
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    Thanks for that. Looks pretty deadly. I expect it fishes pretty low down, and would be a good imitation of a hatching sedge..?

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    Yes, but it is also a good sedge for pulling and like its little cousin, the Bubble Midge, it can be pulled under to pop back up
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    Hi Braveheart, nice fly! Do you apply floatant to the thorax?
    lenny

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    Nice fly, looks a great pulling sedge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lenny
    Hi Braveheart, nice fly! Do you apply floatant to the thorax?
    lenny

    No, I never add floatant to flie's with CDC in them.
    The bubble design makes for a very buoyant fly, any fish slime or anything on it, just give it a shake in the water then a couple of false casts and away you go.
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    Smashing fly there ,Braveheart. I will have to tie up a couple of them this week and give them go as the annual appearance of the Great Red Sedge should be happening any time soon on my local water.

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    Thats perfect Braveheart - IMHO an even better fly than CDC & Elk and thats saying something.

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    It is a great sedge imitation Otter and does catch its share of fish, but, for me at the moment, the CDC & Elk is making all my other flys redundant.
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    im going to give one a try at the moment lol




    just tied my own up.. im going fishing tommorow to give it a try, hope it floats lol
    Last edited by Cromie; 19-06-2006 at 11:46 PM.
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