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S.L.S. - Sun Light Shrimp



Photo/illustration: Chris Edghill ©2014



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From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·globalflyfisher.com  Link
Submitted December 26th 2007

Kenny,

I'm afraid we have no picture-by-picture instructions for this shrimp. Such series require a lot of work, and we didn't have the time to do them for this pattern. You wll have to do with the ones you see on the page and what you can read from the instructions.

Unless someone else has the time to tie and take pictures of course. We would be more than pleased to publish them...

Martin


From: Kenny · ken.scrivner·at·us.army.mil  Link
Submitted December 26th 2007

need more help on this fly. can you send me some picture by picture of tying this fly. I would appreciate it cause your fly is the closest to the natural ones over here in Hawaii.



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