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one of eighteen on my Killer Kabari
by Patrick D'Antonio
(Wheaton, IL USA)
I bought some gear from tenkara bum and Chris send me this blue yarn. I'm like what is this. I didn't order yarn. So I read the thing about the blue challenge and I tie one of Chris's killer karbari with the blue yarn. I was really hot over the weekend using a foam spider at my local pond over the weekend, I tried it today, and go a few hits. So I look in my fly box and see the blue fly. I think what the hey. Might as well try it. So it put it on and Catch 19, yes 19 fish. I only have 18 pict because one fell on the ground back into the water before I could take a picture. I came back home and then I read I have to post a picture of the fly. Well, here it is, all used up, but a great fly. Here are the rest of the fish I caught.
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