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Bare shank Beginner's Buzzer

A fly like this - tied on a black hook - is still a fairly good buzzer imitation, but a very light one. This specimen consists of the front part only: thorax, wing case, wing buds and the head.

Photo/illustration: Martin Joergensen ©2015

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From: nigel moor · janetmoor8915·at·  Link
Submitted November 26th 2014

hi made a simple buzzer on a size 12 hook black silk with copper wire wrapped round in segments with tiny silver twin bead eyes then lightly burned with a lighter then varnished 3 times absolutely deadly great success this year with it - nigel

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