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Blood Midge Emerger
On this episode of Fly Friday provided by MimicFlyFishing.com: Blood Midge Emerger

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Tabou Caddis Emerger
Detailed instructions for tying a Tabou Caddis Emerger.
Peacock & Partridge Caddis Emerger
Guest tyer, Keven Lyons is behind the vise today for the Big R Fly Shop in Great Falls, MT. He is showing us his recipe for a caddis emerger out of peacock and partridge feathers. The base pattern can also be easily altered to imitate other organisms in various stages.
Grey Fox Emerger

Hook: Std or curved #14 -#18
Thread: Black
Tail: brown Bootlace
Body: Dark Tan Super Fine Dubbing
Wind Post: Partridge Hackle
Hackle: Grizzly and Brown