Tom:
  All three work well for the early season mayflies up here.  They don't float 
quite as well as a CDC pattern, but they surprised me by floating as well as 
they did.  The bodies are wrapped and clipped, not as much sparkle as with a 
dubbed body but pretty buggy looking.  Might be a decent imitation for a caddis 
case especially the stick ones.

--
Jerry Caruso 
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-------------- Original message -------------- 
From: Tom Davenport <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
Nice bugs. How do they perform?  Do you see any advantages with the Emu over 
things like dubbing (for scuds) or CDC?

On Oct 25, 2008, at 7:04 PM, Tom Davenport wrote:


What do you, who use Emu,  tie with Emu?  Something new?


Tom





On Oct 25, 2008, at 10:17 AM, Rick Zieger wrote:


Where do you get yours?
What is a good source.

Rick 











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