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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-20-2019, 05:09 PM Thread Starter
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Lavender Muddler

I picked up a patch of lavender deer for a tube fly project and found to my liking for a muddled head. I can't see any reason why this one would not crush. Test drive next weekend on the Ronde.
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Beauty on that heavy wire hook...

Are you finally getting low on 700's Marty?
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Beauty on that heavy wire hook...

Are you finally getting low on 700's Marty?
Not yet, I could tie 25 muddlers a year for the next 20 years and still have a few remaining. Sadly it seems I have had far less need to retire any of my steelhead flies so my stash might end up in my will.

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I like that a lot Marty
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Cool fly - Just add fish.
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Purple muddlers have been on my radar to try this fall. That one looks awesome!

Waiting on the illusive grab

Starting Lineup
Sage X 7110-4
Sage Spey 6/7/8
OPST Commando 375 Grain

2nd String
Sage Pulse 7114-4
Sage 4280
OPST Commando 375 grain
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