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lavo85

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anyone tried these, or similar?
 

Rhithrogena

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Interesting! First I'd heard of these. Might make a good top dropper fly for lakes. An attractor if pulled, an indicator/dry if static. As a bung even..
Thanks!
 

dgp

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anyone tried these, or similar?
Will stick with tying a Goddard Caddis (G&H sedge) rather than fiddling about with bits of balsa wood !!
 

Rhithrogena

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Will stick with tying a Goddard Caddis (G&H sedge) rather than fiddling about with bits of balsa wood !!
There are clipped, spun, deer hair versions of this fly too, I note, so like a simplified G&H with nylon legs...
 

LDO

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I tried cutting the shape from foam and inserting a hook. Have'nt had the chance to try it yet. Don't usually fish sedges until June.
 

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