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I was wondering if anyone had information or a recipe for a fly called a "Dougie"--i.e. the name "Doug" plus "ee" an the end.

I am told it is a nymph. It involves using pheasant tail, antron yarn, and silver wire.

No luck so far googling it.

Maybe I have the name or spelling wrong?

Any help would be appreciated.
 

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That's a cool Brit style fly. Looks like it'll fish well and tolerate some abuse. Nice.
 

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I have heard of it. Isn't a local pattern? Gary at Ghillies fly shop in C.S. was telling me a story about it. I can't remember the darn story though. I'll have to ask him again or heck, just give him a call and ask him about it. You might give him a chuckle.

Juan
 

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Thanks for the suggestions.

It was a Colorado angler who told me about the pattern in general terms--so it may be a local pattern.

I'll contact Gary at Ghillies and see if he knows about it.
 
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