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That's an attractive fly and obviously a catcher! What materials did you use for the body and wing?
 

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Simple, elegant and effective ... it checks all the boxes for me :)
Very well tied!!

Ubber Buggy-Sexy too :smokin::smokin:


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I liked the looks of this so much I tied up 4 yesterday. Found 140 denier to thin for a moose hair dubbing loop so switched to 210. Local rivers are all 70+ degrees so I took one to the lake just to see it sub surface. Could see why it catches anything that's willing. Like the pattern a lot and am looking forward to using it when waters cool. Thanks for sharing.
 

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I liked the looks of this so much I tied up 4 yesterday. Found 140 denier to thin for a moose hair dubbing loop so switched to 210. Local rivers are all 70+ degrees so I took one to the lake just to see it sub surface. Could see why it catches anything that's willing. Like the pattern a lot and am looking forward to using it when waters cool. Thanks for sharing.
Yup! I have used this fly in lakes as well. Works good! Also I use size 8 dansville for spinning moose. Not sure if that’s close to what you were using or not.
 
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