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    Local New Jersey Fly Patterns

    Looking for patterns of local New Jersey flys. Have Paulinskill and Ken Lockwood streamer. Would appreciate any that anyone knows of. Thanks


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    Re: Local New Jersey Fly Patterns

    Check out this thread just below yours. Matt Grobert @ Hacklebarney TU

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    Re: Local New Jersey Fly Patterns

    For nymphs, Princes, copper johns etc. Dries i would use sulphurs, light cahills, blue winged olives Emergers, streamers


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    Re: Local New Jersey Fly Patterns

    gold ribbed hare ears. nymphs, wets, and soft hackles. bead head and traditionals. size 12-20. tan, olive, and black.

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    Re: Local New Jersey Fly Patterns

    If you're looking for flys developed in or for NJ, rather than just recommendations for use in NJ...
    There was a discussion of flies associated with New Jersey in 2004, it could give you head start on your list.
    http://www.njflyfishing.com/vBulleti...sey-flies.html


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    Re: Local New Jersey Fly Patterns


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    Re: Local New Jersey Fly Patterns

    GREAT LINKS AN INFO. this is a very interesting topic. looked at the older thread as well. didnt know there was so much history here.


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    Re: Local New Jersey Fly Patterns

    Quote Originally Posted by podobed45 View Post
    GREAT LINKS AN INFO. this is a very interesting topic. looked at the older thread as well. didnt know there was so much history here.
    I bet it is all true...

    Unlike you PooPooedDeBed.. the only thing out of you is lies.. and more lies.


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    Re: Local New Jersey Fly Patterns

    What about one of Brodhead Creeks favorite wets - the Lake Hopatcong.


    Jersey cream anyone?


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    Re: Local New Jersey Fly Patterns

    I once read (or imagined) a downsing dry fly pattern called the "Flatbrook Bitch", but I can't find anything on it.

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    Re: Local New Jersey Fly Patterns

    Quote Originally Posted by NJpatbee View Post
    I once read (or imagined) a downsing dry fly pattern called the "Flatbrook Bitch", but I can't find anything on it.
    i think she married my cousin and moved to PA.
    hth

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