That Madison Cabbage looks great, as does the Wilted Spinach. Both will fish well, but I would be tying on that Cabbage first. Well done, John.
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Managed a nice 18" brown from the Madison using a replicate of your pattern JohnP.
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JohnP, although I had a number of these flies tied by Jeff Smith (thanks Jeff) I never got a chance to tie one on. I'll remedy that in coming weeks and I know others did well with the pattern during the gathering, so I'm expecting good results in Central PA.
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