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Not a whole lot of info on this one, although it appears to have been around for a while; apparently popular on B.C. stillwaters at one time. Only thing I added to the recipe I found was the wire counter rib, to protect the ostrich herl. Weight optional.
hook - Mustad 9671 #8
thread - Danville 6/0 black
counter rib - x-small wire silver
tail - hen black
abdomen - acrylic yarn black
rib - ostrich herl black
shellback - goose white
hackle - hen black
head - peacock herl
Looks deadly . . . (although I'd be tempted to ruin it with a hackle collar).
Looks very deadly! Those white wing buds spell winner for me. I bet this in the spring time tied on an 16-18 would be obscene fished to baetis risers.
Do you suspect that the name of the fly is an answer to the Montana nymph?
I thought it was a loose woman from Boise.
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tie2fish wrote:I thought it was a loose woman from Boise.