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This is a very basic pattern and very effective on the trout stream. Although in…

This is a very basic pattern and very effective on the trout stream. Although in this situation it was a match for the dark caddis seen hatching at the start.

Green Drake - Extended Dun

Green Drake - Extended Dun : Top Fly Fishing Flies & Gear at Wholesale Prices

Fly Fish Food -- Fly Tying and Fly Fishing : Drakes -- Fripple Style

Fly Fish Food -- Fly Tying and Fly Fishing : Drakes -- Fripple Style

Video: How to Tie Craig Mathews's X-Caddis - Orvis News

Video: How to Tie Craig Mathews's X-Caddis

Because caddisflies tend to emerge very quickly, trout don& want to expend too much energy chasing them. Instead, the fish focus on those emergers that are crippled or are struggling to escape the nymphal shuck. The X-Caddis, developed by.

Stonefly nymph pattern - How to tie fly, Fly tying Step by Step Patterns & Tutorials

Stonefly nymph pattern step by step. This time it is the turn of big stonefly nymph, which in spring time can be very effective. This is not imitation with tail and legs made from biot or windcase, this stonefly pattern is more mobile and can be u

FlyTyingForum.com - Green Sedge

FlyTyingForum.com - Green Sedge

Crazy Goof Fly SBS | Washington Fly Fishing

[img] Not a whole lot of info on this fly; possibly originated along the Gallatin in the Precursor to the Goofus Bug, Horner Deer Hair, etc,.

Dave's Elkwing Hopper | Washington Fly Fishing

Whitlock came up with this adaptation of his hopper or someone who wouldn't, or couldn't, spin deer hair.

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