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Tying with Woodduck Flank - wet flies


By Bob Petti

Rolled wing wet flies such as these are excellent fish catchers when cast into the cold waters of early season and left to toss about with the whims of the currents. Not only are they buggy and attractive on their own, they also suggest mayflies such as the Quill Gordon which break free of their nymphal shucks on the stream bottom and rise to the stream's surface as emerged duns.

Hendrickson

Hook:
Wet Fly
Thread:
Gray
Wings:
Wooduck Flank, a rolled bunch tied flush to the body
Tail:
Woodduck flank barbs
Body:
Muskrat Dubbing
Hackle:
Medium Dun hen

 

Dark Cahill

Hook:
Standard Dry Fly
Thread:
Blank
Wings:
Woodduck flank, a rolled bunch tied flush to the body
Tail:
Brown hackle barbs
Body:
Muskrat Dubbing
Hackle:
Brown hen



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