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The Bumbles origins date back to Derbyshire in the 1500's when the fly was attached to a horsehair line. The fly when first alighting on the water was fished as a dapping fly, which slowly sank and then fished as a wet hackle fly.
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Once banned from competitive angling on account of its killing properties, the Black Zulu is best fished as a bob fly, tripped along the top of the waves on dull windy days. Almost as good is the Blue Zulu, a popular variant.
Once banned from competitive angling...