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    Would someone please be so kind as to explain or post a pic on the "Pula Caddis". I'm aware of the "Plaza Pupa" as by Herman Botes. All I know is that the colour is likely to be mustards (go figure) and it seems to be taking good fish both on the Vaal and Sterkies.
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    I might've seen it in Favourate Flies vol 2 I think,

    Pupa imitation with 2 long antennae pointing backwards.It could be by Dave.Can't remember his surname.The dude from Sterkfontein.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerrit View Post
    I might've seen it in Favourate Flies vol 2 I think,

    Pupa imitation with 2 long antennae pointing backwards.It could be by Dave.Can't remember his surname.The dude from Sterkfontein.

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    O you mean Dave Weaver.
    I could swear it was PJ Jacobs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nymph+O- View Post
    O you mean Dave Weaver.
    I could swear it was PJ Jacobs?

    Either of the 2 Ferdie,can't remember exactly.Def a greenish body with ribbing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerrit View Post
    Either of the 2 Ferdie,can't remember exactly.Def a greenish body with ribbing.

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    Yes! and it's got eyes like a damsel pattern made from burnt mono and antennae protruding backwards from the eyes.

    Thanks for solving that one
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    It's definitely a PJ Jacob's design. I am considering this specific pattern for the November Freshwater Flyswap.

    Kind regards,
    PTN

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