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Cap spider for red devils

Fly Fishing Methodologies and Philosophies

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Cap spider for red devils

Postby Stan Wright » Thu Aug 21, 2008 6:06 pm

If there is a fly that is better than the Rubber Spider for catching bluegill or red devils..... it's a sinking rubber spider. Since red devil don't take a surface lure, I figured I would try the Cap Spider.

Clay and I were testing my new creations today and the results were great.
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The Cap Spider I was using was tied on a 1/64 oz. jig head. I tried different color bodies and legs... most everything worked.

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The RD were deep because of the rise in water level so the heavy flys worked well. I've since tied some with a bead head, or no weight at all for a really slow sink rate. Works just fine.

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Look at the hump on this 1 pound male.... one of the largest I've ever seen.

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That's not all they catch. How about this 2 pound catfish?

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And there is that little fly, right in the corner of it's mouth.

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Aloha,
Stan
Why let the truth stand in the way of a good fish story.
Stan Wright
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