Red Quill Mayfly

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Red Quill Mayfly Dry Fly Tying Instructions
In The Riffle
Martin Joergensen
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From: russ · jezzmoe·at·  Link
Submitted January 31st 2013

By tying a threadwrap smoothly along the entire hook shank, a much more durable fly is the result. The tyer of the adams dry is knowledgable, but I would recommend that conciderablly fewer wraps of thread, well placed, will result in a more streamlined and equally durable tie which will absorb less water and is less likely to unravel.

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