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the awakening of my hopes....
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Hackle Red Saddle
Head: Tread superstrech red + epoxy
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My Hen Matuka.
Wings. Hen Saddle.
1rst Ribbing: flat tinsel.
2nd Ribbing: nylon 0.16
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The Hornberg can be cast out upstream and drifted as a dry fly. It can be pulled under the surface and stripped as a streamer. Is it a caddis? Stonely? A minnow? In early '01, a bunch of guys swapped their favorite Hornberg patterns.
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Fishy art: Bob White
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The Copper Bully
No sea trout box should be without a small
imitation, and the Copper Bully is one of the most efficient and easily tied ones. Consisting of very few materials in this version, it hardly gets any easier. It can also be a scud or a cress bug in a tight spot.
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