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    Default Tying Challenge: Week 5

    This week you get a two for one bonus. Let's see your favorite dry/dropper rig for small to medium sized mountain streams. If you don't fish those at all then substitute for whatever water you do fish and explain... So tie up one dry and one dropper (can both be dries if thats what you want for your dropper!!!).
    "Then He said to them, 'Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.'" Matthew 4:19

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    just cant understand why everyone is ignoring this great idea and chance to share..............

    I don't fish droppers often and only as a searching tool so here is what I use on the Holston.

    size 18 sulfur & size 22 olive and brown juju



    "never let a day go by without telling the CHILDREN how special they are"

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    Thanks for participating and helping to keep this going olesmoke! I'm in Colorado now and don't have my tying stuff so may not get to share this week...or maybe I'll just cheat and add something next Monday... Anyway, hope lots of others participate here. I know lots of people are fishing this rig in the mountains. Let's see what you all have!!!
    "Then He said to them, 'Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.'" Matthew 4:19

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    Here you go, pretty standard I would say for the Smokies this time of year:


    Yellow Foam Neversink with Grizzly Hackle, Size 14

    And I'll give you two droppers, if one isn't working, the other usually will:


    The Pink weenie, Size 10, 2Xlong streamer hook (Shout out to Duckypaddler on this combo)

    Or if that isn't getting them, I use this dropper:

    Cream colored Caddis Larva, on a size 14 caddis hook, white/cream wool body, brown olive thread and brown dubbing head, no additional weight



    Sorry for the light/glare issues on some of these photos.

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    olesmoke....I'll try to sit down at my desk tonight.
    I've been stuck inside my bathroom for what seems like an eternity trying to complete a tear-out/remodel.

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    GK I know that feeling ........its always easier to work for someone else then to work at home.When you work for yourself you cant take a break or quit and go home to rest...... Looking forward to everyones flies for this week.Be safe
    "never let a day go by without telling the CHILDREN how special they are"

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