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Christopher Richard Dobbs

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  1. Dobbs Norwegian Blue


    This fly emulates a mayfly spent spinner. Some choose to tie with white wings and black poly wing casing but I find this variant works better and looks more realistic.
Originally taken from a pattern created by the amazing Barry Ord: 
https://www.google.com/search?q=tying+mayfly+spent+spinner&rlz=1C1GCEU_noNO820NO820&oq=tying+mayfly+spent+spinner&aqs=chrome.0.69i59j35i39.4736j0j4&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8#kpva [...Les mer]

     

  2. Classic March Brown Mayfly


    Rhithrogena germanica is a European species of mayfly, and is probably the most famous of all British mayflies because of its use in fly fishing. It is known in the British Isles as the March brown mayfly, a name which is used in the United States for a different species, Rhithrogena morrisoni. It emerges as a subimago (ready to mate) at the end of winter, and can be distinguished from similar species by a dark spot on the femur of each leg.
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  3. Hi all !

    I live in Snarøya Oslo and wondered which lakes/rivers in the Oslo area are good for fly fishing. Have tried Burudvannet but seems to be only very small critters there.

    Sorry for English but I speak and read fluent Norsk, just not good at written 👍

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