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#11176176 - 10/21/15 07:10 AM Damsel/Dragon Fly Nymphs?
WillieRip Offline
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Registered: 01/05/15
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Any of you tie damsel or dragon fly nymphs. I'm a live bait fisherman, fishign with black soldier fly larvae. I've noticed lots of damsel and dragon flies on the river. I was wondering if their nymphs are what may these black soldier fly larvae such a good bait? Basically matching the hatch via terrestrial larvae?
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#11176239 - 10/21/15 07:56 AM Re: Damsel/Dragon Fly Nymphs? [Re: WillieRip]
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Registered: 02/16/01
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I was looking at images of those larvae. They look quite a bit like meal worms. Usually the damsel and dragon fly larvae are down in the bottom muck. But still, yeah, those flies are almost always a fine go-to.
This is about as complicated as I want to ever tie, if the fly is just for fishing

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#11178216 - 10/21/15 10:38 PM Re: Damsel/Dragon Fly Nymphs? [Re: WillieRip]
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Registered: 06/16/15
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Loc: Fort Worth, TX
PREACH! Fishing for bass with an olive wooly bugger 2 weeks ago in the clear fork trinity, ended up catching 5lb 3oz catfish on the fly...shew buddy

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