Step 3 - split yarn

Make a loop by splitting the end of the Antron.

Photo/illustration: Radoslav Kiskinov ©2015

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From: Gary the Grander Gander · gdavis·at·  Link
Submitted January 7th 2010

the McKenzie River near Eugene, Oregon, USA is a fabulous fishery. My best results using a Shark's Caddis Larva is when I used the hare dubbing sparingly. I have a tendency to use too much material.

Rado - How do you organize your fly boxes?
I evolved from wet and dry boxes to location boxes; (places I frequently fish). Now I organize boxes for specific insect species. Example: Blue Winged Olive - dry, emerger, and nymph patterns in multiple sizes and color. On my label, I note time of day for hatches and type of water habitat as a reminder to myself. I found this to helpful in selecting an appropriate pattern. What do you do?

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