Lough Arrow Mayfly variant

len1

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Wondered if this would be any good on say Menteith?
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Wee Jimmy

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Some years ago on the lake at the start of the mayfly, it had been slow going on the dries.MId afternoon ,I said stuff it ,Im going to have a pull with some wets.I put up a team of french partridge style mayflies on a Kelly green and picked d up a dozen fish in the last two hours...👍
 

len1

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Some years ago on the lake at the start of the mayfly, it had been slow going on the dries.MId afternoon ,I said stuff it ,Im going to have a pull with some wets.I put up a team of french partridge style mayflies on a Kelly green and picked d up a dozen fish in the last two hours...👍
I’ll tie more!
Len
 

mackiia1

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Slightly off topic , but a wet fly that works well for me here in Ireland is a variant of this one.
The bright green rib is the key I think - maybe tie a few similar and give them a try.

 
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len1

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I like the look of it and of course anything tied by Davy McPhail is well worth copying.
Len
 
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