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#21 Male OFFLINE   Kype

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Posted 11/03/15 - 06:07 PM

size 16 pheasant tail


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#22 Male OFFLINE   Jerseybassnbow

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Posted 11/03/15 - 07:19 PM

Phoebes

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#23 Male OFFLINE   230jhp

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Posted 11/03/15 - 07:40 PM

Muddler minnows



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Posted 11/03/15 - 07:43 PM

The op asked for favorite flies that work year round. In my previous two posts I put year round flies

 

My favorite flies are any may fly imitator that is hatching in the spring. Nothing like catching trout on the surface.






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