Waterhen Bloa

Wets, the subtle art form where masters are few and far between.
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Brk Trt
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Waterhen Bloa

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Alan

Theroe
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Re: Waterhen Bloa

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Deadly......one of my all time favorite patterns, that seems to always catch fish. Is the body touch dubbed, ala north country spider, or is the hackle wound thorax forward Flymph style?


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Brk Trt
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Re: Waterhen Bloa

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Theroe wrote:
Sat Apr 21, 2018 11:37 pm
Deadly......one of my all time favorite patterns, that seems to always catch fish. Is the body touch dubbed, ala north country spider, or is the hackle wound thorax forward Flymph style?


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It's touch dubbed.....it is a productive fly.

Alan

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Re: Waterhen Bloa

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I particularly like the body color on yours, Alan; I've been told that the originals were more yellow (Pearsall's #5) than what we see most often today (waxed Pearsall's #3).

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