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    sonny is offline Fishizzle, I use worms but I'm looking to upgrade!
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    Keep the info coming

    Interesting information about Wooly Buggers and rain nymphing I hope to apply to future fishing trips. Couple of questions-how and where do Droppers get tied on and what are a few examples of flashy nymphs. If any of you gentleman plan to be in the Gorge in the near future, I sure would like to hook up[no pun intended] to watch and learn.


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    Sonny, there was a very good dropper, nymphing thread a couple of weeks back. Do a a seach and I think you'll find it.

    Dennis... is there a way you can take classic threads on how tos and creat an indexed library? You would probably have enough info for a couple of good books!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonny
    how and where do Droppers get tied on and what are a few examples of flashy nymphs.
    You typically tie them off the bend of the first hook, sort of like an extension of your line. There are other variations of course that work as well, Joe Humphreys has a few interesting ones.

    Flashy nymphs: anything with a bead head, peacock herl, flashback wingcase, etc. Most nymphs (Pheasant Tail, Hare's Ear, Prince, Zug Bug, Copper John) come in various flavors which include one or more of these materials. Or you can always tie your own.


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