Black Doctor

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Snowmass Angler
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Black Doctor

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Good old standard pattern.

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Very nice. One of my favorite patterns to tie.

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That is very nice. Very cool style you have, and the colors are really vivid on this one in particular...beauty! CJ
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Re: Black Doctor

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Vey nice fly - one of my favorites for Atlantics up here - in a hair wing version though ..........Frank

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Re: Black Doctor

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frankwalsh wrote:Vey nice fly - one of my favorites for Atlantics up here - in a hair wing version though ..........Frank
Frank, have you ever tried the feather wing version on salmon? Do they not work as well or just not available? Just curious...

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Re: Black Doctor

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I have fished a few reduced featherwings but no hookups yet . Will certainly do a few Black Doctors and give them a swim this June on our annual salmon trip . I have a few fishing friends who have hooked salmon over 20 pounds on full dress featherwings ; I hope to join that club soon .........Frank

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