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Here is a fly that works excellent for wild trout when rivers are high and water is very cold from snow. Is a searching nymph because imitate stoneflies and mayflies … Continue reading →

Loop Wing Emerger (BWO)

Loop Wing Emerger (BWO)

Written by: Mark Weaver, The High Lonesome Ranch Fish in spring-fed mountain ponds can be both spooky and picky, so fly choice is important. Photo courtesy The High Lonesome Ranch Our fishery here at The High Lonesome Ranch starts at 7,200 feet in the Western Colorado Rockies and works its way down the North Dry Fork Valley into a series of spring-fed beaver. . .Read More  »

Top 10 Flies for Mountain Stream-and-Pond Systems

Adams Parachute Dry Fly -- he Adams Parachute dry fly pattern is a fly that deserves to be in every fly box. The Adams Parachute Dry Fly is a versatile dry fly and has become recognized as a popular pattern on trout rivers around the world.

Brown Drake soft hackle pattern

How to tie a brown drake mayfly patterns and emerger pattern that can be deadly during the Wisconsin brown drake hatch

Tied on a curved hook, this variation on the Pheasant Tail offers a different look to a classic pattern. Imagine two Quasimodos in tandem, or as dropper flies tied off of a Tunghead Mayfly. Infinite possibilities. Tied with a bead and in the flashback style, these nymphs will work for a number of mayfly species and makes great dropper flies. <br />Sizes: 14, 16, 18, 20.

This is a very buggy little nymph that works not only in the stream, but in still water for trout and warm water species as well. Highly imitative of a variety of nymphs, the Holy Grail can be a great searching dropper off of any dry or emerger.

Swinging a wet fly across the current is one of the great joys of fly fishing, but interestingly many anglers use wet flies very little. This great bead head soft hackle fly is designed to be use

Bead Head Flymph - BWO

Swinging a wet fly across the current is one of the great joys of fly fishing, but interestingly many anglers use wet flies very little. This great bead head soft hackle fly is designed to be use

Articulating Hexagenia Limbata (Dark Hex) nymph #flyfishing #flytying #nymphs #nymphing #hexagenialimbata #hexagenia #articulatedfly #realisticflytying #realisticfly #pressuredwaters #troutbum #troutfood #troutcandy

Articulating Hexagenia Limbata (Dark Hex) nymph #flyfishing #flytying #nymphs #nymphing #hexagenialimbata #hexagenia #articulatedfly #realisticflytying #realisticfly #pressuredwaters #troutbum #troutfood #troutcandy

Umpqua Skittering Zelon Midge : Fishwest

Great dry fly for when fish are on midges, you can fish it by itself or behind another dry as an emerger.

Stenonema Vicarium will begin to hatch around the 15th of May & last around 2 weeks. They vary in size from 10-12 & tend to hatch sporadically throughout the day with the peak being in mid afternoon

Stenonema Vicarium will begin to hatch around the of May & last around 2 weeks. They vary in size from & tend to hatch sporadically throughout the day with the peak being in mid afternoon

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Fly tying lessons learnt from the classics Text and flies by Gordon Van der Spuy Gordon Van der Spuy (Beth Grobelaar Photo) A few months ago I started.

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