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Copper John, Wired BH, Black Green

Item #: 615020299
Your Price: $1.50

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A popular and effective attrractor nymph pattern, the Black Green Wired Bead Head Copper John has taken the fly fishing world by storm. This fly sinks quickly and can be used as a deep nymph or a dropper - fish seem unable to resist the combination of color, flash, and realistic shape. It is best fished where stoneflies and mayflies are found but will work in nearly any situation including Steelhead nymphing and even on lakes.

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