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Baetis7August 25th, 2014, 10:11 am
MI

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This particular midge pattern has been very successful for me locally for trout. It is tied on a size 20 curved caddis hook with bead and cdc for the shuck and peaking wing. The early season trout seem to really key in on this bug. Thought I would share!

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