one hook 2 chironimids

Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by luv2fly2, Mar 15, 2013.

  1. I tied this for a swap awhile back. On a #12 Swim hook
  2. I like that one,blue. Here's one I tied yesterday morning, and the proof it works a couple hours later. IMG_20130408_120452.jpg IMG_20130408_121538.jpg
  3. Very cool.
  4. Yup, proof ya caught a doofus fish!
  5. Of course it works. But most likely not because the trout see two midge emergers... most likely they think it is something else.

    Question is, does it work BETTER than a single midge emerger pattern? I still believe they see the sucker as some manner of leech, blood worm or SJ worm.

    If I'm wrong and the sucker does work better than a typical midge emerger pattern, I'm certainly not above tying and using them myself.

    I do draw the line at a Chernobyl Ant :)

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