I like that on, Bill. To me, it looks kikebit wiukd be very successful the entire caddis and stonefly season.
I could, and would fish it with total confidence.
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It kind of sounds like the idea that trout lose the ability to see UV when becoming adults is a fantasy. No matter what studies say. DUBBN, Fluorescent colors are light visible to the eye emitted when UV is absorbed by something. You don't have to see UV to see those bright colors. Bill I am pretty...
- Mon Nov 21, 2022 7:58 am
- Forum: Fly Dressings - Nymphs
- Topic: Melted Cased Caddis
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Good example there. Experimenting with different colored Crystal Chenille one can get fairly close to mimicking the color of most river substrates. For example, one strand of Orange and one of Pink came very close to duplicating the sand on the lower Fryingpan and Roaring Fork Rivers here in Western...
I agree. Just because it has UV reflective materials does not mean it is more effective.wsbailey wrote: ↑Wed Nov 16, 2022 1:05 pm This dubbing contains U.V. materials. The pictures show the difference between lit and unlit with U.V. light. That doesn’t prove it’s more effective.
For most of my tying I use Wholesale Fly Company hooks. I can not prove it, but I believe they are the Old Dai-Riki hooks. At 7.00 per 100, they are a great value. Here is a link: https://www.wholesaleflycompany.com/ In my opinion, and that is all it is, they are better or equal to most of the brand...