For Those Who Nymph…

Sat up listening to this… tied up these. Free Range Dubbing and Soft-Hackle equates to…deadly. [singlepic id=3118 w=495 h=415 float=center] [singlepic id=3114 w=495 h=415 float=center] [singlepic id=3115 w=495 h=415 float=center] [singlepic id=3116 w=495 h=415 float=center] [singlepic id=3117 w=495 h=415 float=center]  

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Learning from LaFontaine

[singlepic id=2542 w=320 h=240 float=right] From Caddisflies by G. LaFontaine pg. 315.  “Nearly every mention in modern angling literature of adult caddisflies includes the solemn advice “Always catch one because caddisflies appear lighter in flight than they actually are.” The most common reason caddisflies appear lighter in the air than …

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The W.F.F. More Flies…

[singlepic id=2444 w=320 h=240 float=left] The Peacock and Partridge pattern that Tim Barker a.k.a. Planet Trout introduced me to a year ago turned into a spring/summer staple and for weeks I fished it hard. The #16 with the Hot Yellow Wire proved to be the most effective. I fished it deep as …

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MFC & OBN Design Contest

[singlepic id=1987 w=240 h=160 float=right] After some careful consideration I have decided to submit the Hairball pattern as my entry in the Montana Fly Company design competition through the Outdoor Blogger Network. This pattern has really served me well these last couple of months and before that proved its effectiveness in …

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