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My usual mid-winter cabin fever fly tying has kicked in with patterns ranging from small trout flies to larger streamers, and even some saltwater stuff for my trips to the Everglades thrown in there. One thing about being a fly angler in the midwest is that it can force a person to learn to tie … Continue reading »
With trout season rapidly approaching there are a couple things in particular that come to mind; black stone flies and big streamers. I’ve yet to capitalize on the early season stone fly hatch, but I have seen them crawling around on snowy banks near riffles on more than one occasion. Now prepared with a few … Continue reading »
The pink squirrel – a driftless favorite. This last fly ALWAYS catches fish wherever scuds and sow bugs are present.
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