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    Jermyn browns

    Good morning nymphing. Water was a cool 64 deg. and the fish were cooperative. Here a few up to 22"

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    Re: Jermyn browns

    butes. What were they taking?


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    Re: Jermyn browns

    I call it "the purple".

    #10 jig hook
    copper tung bead
    cdl tail
    stripped peacock quill ab
    ribbed with copper wire and purple pearl quill body
    peacock bronze dub thor
    #5 Glo-brite hot spot behind bead

    This is my top secret, catch them anywhere nymph. Don't tell anybody.


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    Re: Jermyn browns

    I'm readin that recipe n I just can't picture the fly.

    how bout a pic?

    well keep it a secret...promise .


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    Re: Jermyn browns

    It's bacically a Triple Threat. The difference is the violet pearl quill rib.


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    Re: Jermyn browns

    Im going to have to give that stream a try. I just cant get past the surroundings.

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    Re: Jermyn browns

    Quote Originally Posted by WBDluver View Post
    Im going to have to give that stream a try. I just cant get past the surroundings.
    Combat city fishing at its finest. Sewer plants abound and nasty culm dump slides to navigate. You really don't want to go there.
    That said, when I'm in the zone fishing, I don't see anything beyond the end of my fly line. So I could be fishing in the shadow of Fukushima and as long as I'm getting a rod bent to the handle, I don't give a tinkers damn what the scenery looks like.


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    Re: Jermyn browns

    Quote Originally Posted by FIN-ITE 34 View Post
    Combat city fishing at its finest. Sewer plants abound and nasty culm dump slides to navigate. You really don't want to go there.
    That said, when I'm in the zone fishing, I don't see anything beyond the end of my fly line. So I could be fishing in the shadow of Fukushima and as long as I'm getting a rod bent to the handle, I don't give a tinkers damn what the scenery looks like.
    Well WBDluver doesnt catch many fish so the pretty scenery is a must..


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    OUCH! I put out nothing but love and tolerance for fellow fly fishers and this is what i get in return. No doubt DC caustic influence and affected most on this board. But I will carry on despite this toxic climate.

    To look good is to fish good

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    Re: Jermyn browns

    Quote Originally Posted by FIN-ITE 34 View Post
    Combat city fishing at its finest. Sewer plants abound and nasty culm dump slides to navigate. You really don't want to go there.
    That said, when I'm in the zone fishing, I don't see anything beyond the end of my fly line. So I could be fishing in the shadow of Fukushima and as long as I'm getting a rod bent to the handle, I don't give a tinkers damn what the scenery looks like.
    My buddy pointed me in the direction of a spot just like this. This creek got lake run rainbows in the early spring and fall, even though many people say the rainbows in that lake have all vanished. It was pretty sweet. Not too many people knew about it, and then the city decided to make a damn walk way along most of it and ripped out a bunch of the brush that was providing cover. There were some big 4-5lb browns in there. I think they got that big from eating the stockers that washed down from upstream.

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    Re: Jermyn browns

    Quote Originally Posted by FIN-ITE 34 View Post
    I call it "the purple".

    #10 jig hook
    copper tung bead
    cdl tail
    stripped peacock quill ab
    ribbed with copper wire and purple pearl quill body
    peacock bronze dub thor
    #5 Glo-brite hot spot behind bead

    This is my top secret, catch them anywhere nymph. Don't tell anybody.
    Can you post a pic of it ? I will not show anybody. Better yet how about you come with me and you hook up and I will reel them in.

    My biggest worry is that my wife(when I die) will sell my fishing gear for what I said I paid for it

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    Re: Jermyn browns

    Quote Originally Posted by Flytrap View Post
    Can you post a pic of it ? I will not show anybody. Better yet how about you come with me and you hook up and I will reel them in.
    Here is a link for a video done by Aaron Jasper on the Triple Threat. Note that he calls the quill a stripped turkey quill. He misspoke and it is a stripped peacock quill. He uses a brown UV pearl body quill for the rib, I use a violet pearl quill rib. You can use a regular hook as he does or a jig hook that I listed.
    Easy tie but very effective. Get the Datum Glo-Brite #5 for the hot spot, it's the best.
    Triple Threat - January 2013 - TPO Fly Of The Month - YouTube

    You'll have to get the Beetle to hook the fish for you, he is the resident pro.


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