by Michael Prybis
I stumbled across a pattern called the Orange Asher that is supposed to be good for trout fishing on pressured waters. One site said to try it in different colors. So I thought I would make a blue one. Although it does not have any blue yarn in it is is a Blue Fly. I wont win any prizes with what it caught today Since it only caught Crappie.
Blue Asher is made from Blue flex floss with a White Hackle Glue in place using Loons UV Glue.
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