If fish could talk, perhaps the first question we’d ask them is why they seem to love purple. Originating as a “Purple Adams,” the Purple Haze was invented on the Bitteroot River and has spread in popularity far beyond Montana.
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How To Tie The (Speedy Sparkle) Purple Haze
Let’s take it up a notch, and jump right into the Speedy Sparkle Purple Haze. You can use this nice tutorial by TightLineVideo, for either the conventional Purple Haze – an attractor in of itself, or the Speedy Sparkle attractor on steroids version.
And, for a nice nymph version, we like this speedy tutorial set to music by PostFly:
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