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What are your most used flies and flies that you catch the most flies on.

Posted on: 4/3 14:15


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Usual tied in different sizes and colors, Caddis - several different styles and colors.

Posted on: 4/3 17:24


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I catch the most fish on a Royal Wulff. Seriously!!

Posted on: 4/3 21:13
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FlyMaster99 wrote:
What are your most used flies and flies that you catch the most flies on.


Dozen flies

Posted on: 4/4 8:24


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I once fished for 7 months with only a royal wulff on the end of my line, it gives meaning to a one fly contest.
Last week on a DH area up north I caught a bunch of brookies with the same fly.

Posted on: 4/7 16:41
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Chaz wrote:
I once fished for 7 months with only a royal wulff on the end of my line, it gives meaning to a one fly contest.
Last week on a DH area up north I caught a bunch of brookies with the same fly.



How did you do? I would bet you caught a whole bunch of fish.

Posted on: 4/8 7:21


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#12 Taps NearEnuff, #14 Ausable Wulff and a #16 Yellow Adams are neck to neck in my box.

Posted on: 4/8 14:58
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If I had to limit myself to only a few patterns to fish for a given year...my fly box would include the following:

Stimulators, yellow, size 14: Good for caddis, hoppers, and general attractors. Deadly on wild brookies.

Wooly Buggers, black & white, size 10: There's nothing in the state that won't eat a bugger...this size & color(s) can convince anything from trout to bass, panfish, carp, etc. Drift or strip.

Parachute Adams, size 14: all purpose dry/emerger that can take fish reasonably well in the majority of hatches I encounter. Absolutely the perfect fly for the iso hatches I love, too.

Griffiths Gnat, size 20: Mid-summer dry for picky trout in low, clear water.

Clouser, Chart/White, size 6: Excellent all-purpose streamer for large fish...trout, bass, walleye...even carp.

Posted on: 4/9 15:45






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