Below are a couple of flies I've just tied.
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On the left is an Elk hair and CDC caddis and on the right is a South African fly the DDD, (Duckworths Dargle Delight)
The origin of this name is a story on it's own and too long to tell here.
A very buoyant fly, can be fish through rough water, and can be used as a strike indicator with a nymph suspended from the bend of the hook. Works well in still waters to. In still waters it's fished almost static with a twitch now and again. The takes on this fly can be quite dramatic.
Can be tied in any colour, and I've found that large, yellow DDD's fished at dusk are almost irresistible to bass.
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