Published Jun 19. 2020 - 10 months ago
Updated or edited Jun 22. 2020

Film Critic Emerger

Thanks go out to Dave Allison for sharing the Film Critic with all of us. This Bob Quigley emerger has fooled a lot of fish over the years, and Dave's techniques and tips are excellent. Thank you, Dave, and I hope to have you on again in the future!

Hook: Moonlit, ML061; #14
Thread: Semperfli 8/0 waxed; Olive Dun
Shuck: Zelon; brown
Tail: Coq de Leon; medium pardo
Adhesive: Super glue -
Body: Goose biots; brown olive
Post: EP Trigger Point; white
Wing: Golden badger saddle hackle -
Thorax: Semperfli Dry Fly dubbing; brown olive

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