You realize that now I'm going to have to tie a few of these, eh?
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Revised Cracklebacks.jpg I must admit a few things, namely: (1) my trout fishing is mainkly done in Wisconsin; (2) most of the times I'm fishing I most often fish soft hackles and / or small nymphs; (3) probaly 90% of the time I fish a dry fly, it's my variation of a Crackleback, from which I use a...
- Thu Mar 21, 2019 11:05 am
- Forum: Wets
- Topic: Partridge and Hare's Ear wingless soft Hackle flymph spider variant.
- Replies: 5
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I tie a bunch of soft hackles with partridge hackles (natural and dyed) with many different colors (and shades) of hare's ear dubbings with and without tails and with various colored threads. There are soooooooo many variations that can be tied with partridge, hare's ear, threads and ribbings that a...