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help out a newbie

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Hi I am just getting back to flyfishing/tying.

Can some one give a section of flies for fishing? I used to be up to date but have taken a break from flyfishing for about 10 years.
I used to love zug bugs for local waters, and muddler minows for fishing larger waters...
thanks Koz

Posted on: 2012/2/27 0:13


Re: help out a newbie

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pheasant tails, hares ear, stone fly, caddis larva, nymphs
tri color bucktail, muddler, wooly buggers, streamers
adams, wulffs, sulphurs, compara duns, drys
rusty spinners

Posted on: 2012/2/27 6:10
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Re: help out a newbie

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I'd say ray charles in balck, cream, brown & hares ear colors. P-tail and hare ear in olive, brown, blk. Those 3 nymphs will in thoase colors will handle just about anything. As drys go an adams style in brown,green, yellow and grey.

Posted on: 2012/2/27 7:17
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Re: help out a newbie

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I wouldn't overwhelm the poor guy. Get some Hare's Ear and Pheasant Tails in sizes 14 to 18 for nymphs. Get a couple of olive woolly buggers in size 8 and 10 for streamers. For dries, tan caddis in size 14 and 16 and Blue Winged Olive dries in size 18 and 16. That should cover you for the next 6 weeks and then add things and you read about hatches on this board.

I guess a good question might be where you intend to fish?

Posted on: 2012/2/27 7:24


Re: help out a newbie

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I missed Paco's comment about Adams. He's got that dead on.

Posted on: 2012/2/27 7:50


Re: help out a newbie

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thanks guys.

ok I live and fish alot in Bucks Co. I have family in North Centeral Tioga Co. I have found afew native streams with out names up north but I don't get up that too offten. Work and family stuff down state limit my time. I also sneak out to little leigh river a few times a year. ( tough fish).

again thanks for your help.

Posted on: 2012/2/29 4:38






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