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Dun or Mallow HACKLE: Black CDC HEAD: Black Deer Hair, dubbed Jeff Morgan’s slow water pattern that he also uses for fast water…and, it is at this point, if one wishes to know more about these insects and patterns to represent them, I suggest a visit HERE…and HERE… He states that it makes a Caddis pupae rising look like an accountant meeting… Simulid color can range from smoky gray, dirty yellow, olive, olive/brown and creamish to black.
The predominate colors I have seen, in the Sierras, are olive, olive/brown and black… Materials BROWN/OLIVE BLACK FLY LARVAE ( Simulium vittatum )… HOOK: – Dai Riki 135, TMC 2487, Daiichi 1130, #12 -#20 RIB: Ultra Silver Wire, SM or x-sm ABDOMEN: Black Sparkle Dubbing – I used Black Gnat Antron GILLS: White CDC This is a very simple tie that one could replicate in other colors and sizes…
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Jeff Morgan is perhaps the most important Fly Fishing author on the subject and I will include some links to his work and some additional information on these interesting that make up a good percentage of Trout food…as usual, the materials for the ties will be photographed and included…These bugs are important to Trout !!! Here are some SIMULIID LARVAE in a photo taken of a stomach sample from a Trout, in the Lower Owens River, by Rob () one of the members of The Kern River Forum…
CDC SLEEPY JOHN ESTES – SIMULIID ADULT- Jeff Morgan… HOOK: TMC 5212, #12 – #16 THREAD: Tiemco 16/0, Black UNDER ABDOMEN: Black Razor Foam, .5mm RIB: Silver Wire, SM ABDOMEN: Micro Fine Dry Fly Dub, Black WINGS: CDC Gray, Lt. HOOK: TMC 101, #12 – #16 THREAD: Tiemco 16/0, Black WEIGHT: 7 turns of 0.10 Lead or Lead sub. mixed 60% – 40% with Peacock Ice Dub WINGS: Opalescent Sheet or Pearlescent Sheet, which I used HACKLE: Black CDC This is the pattern that Jeff suggest for the stage of the bug that rockets to the surface, not as a Pupae, but as an Adult. HOOK: Daiichi 1130, #12 – #16 THREAD: Tiemco 16/0, Olive RIB: Oval Silver Silk Core – Lagartun – X-Fine ABDOMEN: Buggy Nymph Dub, Brownish/Olive THORAX: Hare-Tron Dubbing, Dark Brown GILLS: White CDC BEAD: Black Tungsten, sized to hook The rear 1/3 portion of the Simuliid larvae can almost be twice the thickness of the head.
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