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Hamburgler

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How could we not carry a fly called the Hamburgler?  The Hamburgler was developed by feather and foam pro, Andrew Grillos.  He designed it to fill a need for a beetle pattern which would be easy to see.  The addition of pink McFlylon did the trick and the Hamburgler got a cape (perhaps the Super Hamburgler?). 

Beyond the fun of the name, Hamburgler, it is a fly that gets it done as a beetle pattern.  It will float all day and is very durable.  Chuck this pink-eyed critter out there during summer months.  It would also be a good fly for dropping a small nymph off the back.

Size 12

$2.75
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