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blackdirtfly
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DRC Dubbin

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Does anyone use Delaware River Clubs dubbing? I bought a few bags to add to my dubbing collection and was wondering how well it works.

catskilljohn
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Re: DRC Dubbin

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Spectrumized....I love it. I think perhaps there are too many colors, some are actually hard to tell apart especially when you start filling the rows in a fly box with them. But I'm more of a freestone guy so the tailwater crowd may need them all.

I love the apple green for a bunch of patterns, the mahogany is awesome too.

They have limited runs of rusty spinner and stonefly dubbing too, the rusty spinner is the best I ever found.

Anyway, yea, I'm a big fan. CJ
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SgtMajUSMC
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Re: DRC Dubbin

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I like them, even though you have to pick out a lot of guard hairs,
They make a very nice hatch matching Usual.

CJ, I don't think I've ever seen the rusty spinner dubbing. Sounds interesting, though. Maybe Allan will offer his opinion. I need to get in touch, I haven't talked to, or seen him in about a year.

Best,

Tim

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Re: DRC Dubbin

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Allan is the one who turned me on to it years ago.

He as you know tyed for Caucci and was well versed in the dubbing and blending.

I have not heard from him in a while either. Hope he is well. CJ
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Re: DRC Dubbin

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Love the Cucci dubbing. The Hendrickson in my view is must have dubbing both light and dark.

John

blackdirtfly
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Re: DRC Dubbin

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C.J.. I Have the apple green also. Can you give me a couple patterns for it. I'd be grateful. :D

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SgtMajUSMC wrote: CJ, I don't think I've ever seen the rusty spinner dubbing. Sounds interesting, though.

Tim
Tim, it is interesting, and unlike the typical DRC dubbing it is raked and dyed beaver fur.
I first heard of it from a friend and went right to the DRC store to pick some up. Much to my dismay, it was sold out. The owner had a pack at his house and mailed it to me a few days later!
Then I had my monthly phone call to Frank Audino, and found out he was the guy that supplied DRC with the limited run blends!!!
He sent me the other ones I didn't have, the 2 stonefly colors. One pictured here and the other is the same yellow they use for there Spectrumized dubbing blending.

Blackdirtfly, I'll post a couple apple green flies tomorrow night to get you started. CJ
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Thanks C.J..

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A couple simple working flies that I use often.
The caddis emerger is a DRC pattern, I vary the wing color but always keep the green body.
The other is simply a palmered body with wood duck wings in the Catskill style, no tail.

Green works for me. I seem to have good luck with green flies, dry or wet. This apple green mix of primary colors is special! CJ
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Re: DRC Dubbin

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Nice flies C.J.. Thanks

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