A little Leisenring, a little Culton, a little North Country Spider

Soft hackles and wingless wets ready to swim. Clockwise from upper left: Pale Watery Dun, Grey Watchet, Old Blue Dun (and a random Partridge and Rusty Brown), Squirrel and Ginger, Pale Watery Wingless AKA Magic Fly.

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4 comments on “A little Leisenring, a little Culton, a little North Country Spider

  1. aablodgett says:

    They look good enough to eat!

  2. Ron Sharpe says:

    Pat Torrey says that I need to tie up a few ginger wingless for when my wife and I fish with him next month. We’re driving up from Georgia.

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