Ray Charles - Tan

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$1.84 ea.
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$1.31 ea.
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Product Description

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Originating on the Big Hole River in Montana, this soft Ostrich herl Sow bug adds a little flashback to mimic the shell back of the natural. Available in natural, molting and attractor colors, the Ray Charles fools trout from PA to Oregon.


Note: This product contains wildlife, which cannot be exported beyond the U.S. and its territories.

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Just like they sell on the Big Horn
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Racerrob | February 25th, 2013
My buddy used one of these, on the San Juan, that he seems to only be able to find around the Big Horn. I ordered us all some and these are exactly like they tie up there!
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THE highwater solution for tailwaters
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dusty | July 6th, 2011
I just recently fished this fly today while guiding on the lower Provo below deer creek reservoir in northern Utah. The water is extremely high but clear due to it being a tailwater. It has a large sowbug population. Other times of the year these fish require exact imitations but this time of year is not the case. Flies with a little more flash and movement work best. Enter Ray Charles. The perfect fly for situations where high water is flushing out large quantities of crustaceans and your need a fly with enough color contrast and flash to set your fly apart. This fly is super durable and lasts several fish. I have used it with similar results on rivers such as the North Platte, Green, and Bighorn; just to name a few. I highly recommend this fly for weedy tailwaters and spring creeks everywhere


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