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    Barr's Trico Emerger, 22

    Item: 10413
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    Availability: In Stock Ready to Fish. Usually Ships 3 - 10 Business Days.
    Price: $1.99
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    The Barr Emerger and its many variants, is the product of a frustrating

    day for Barr on a spring creek in 1975. John Barr, who is one of today's most famous fly tyers, had been watching trout

    pick off "yellow specks" all day long, but couldn't find a fly or a

    presentation to crack the code. His stream-side observation of "dozens

    of partially hatched nymphs still attached to the shuck stuck to the

    back of [the trout's] tongue," fueled an intense night of tying that

    spawned what today has become one of the most popular emerger patterns

    ever created.





    Barr's Trico Emerger is a brilliant imitation of a Trico

    mayfly in its emerger life stage. With a prominent and darkly colored

    trailing shuck, a slender grey dubbed body, and a set of bulging black

    wing pads, this emerger is downright deadly in the surface film.
    • This fly pattern is a Trico variant of a fly that was tied in 1975 by John Barr, one of the world's top modern fly tyers after he noticed a cluster of hung in the shuck nymphs stuck to the back of a trout's tongue
    • The fly boasts a long trailing shuck, a slender grey body, and a bulging set of black wing pads
    • Trico imitation in the emerger life stage
    • Use as either an impressionistic searching fly or as a realistic imitation when matching the hatch
    • Fish this fly on a dead drift in slow water; backwater, eddys, and lazy spring creeks are the most productive water types for this fly
    • Determine whether trout are eating sub-surface nymphs or gently sipping emergers and cripples in the surface film and match your nymphing depth to the observed feeding depth
    • Best results occur throughout the morning when presenting smaller female imitations
    • SIZE 20
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