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what are your 3 favorite flies to tie up in the Fall?

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When tying for the fall months of Sept-Nov. What are your three favorite patterns. Dry, Nymph, Streamer for trout.

Anyone care to share?

Dry.. Patriot fly

Nymph.. Pt. Flash Back

Streamer.. Spruce

Posted on: 2011/10/13 22:19


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Good question.

Dry Fly - black ant or griffith's gnat

Nymph - scud or cress bug (I fish mostly limer's)

Streamer - Olive Woolly Buggeer

Posted on: 2011/10/14 0:07


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Olive,brown,black flashabous.
wooly worm.
what's a dry fly?

Posted on: 2011/10/14 9:01
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Olive scud (though I really start fishing that late fall/earl winter on the local limestoner)

Elk Hair Caddis (tan mostly, but I make some big October Caddis too just for fun!)

Olive and Black Wooley Bugger

Posted on: 2011/10/14 9:18


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U.v. diamond scuds
Golden Oldie
Rs-2

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JohnnyUtah wrote:
U.v. diamond scuds
Golden Oldie
Rs-2



Nice original patterns. But that Golden Oldie is a mystery fly. So can you give me a new one that all us members can tie up. LOL

Just kidding with you. Love your flies and videos JU.

Maybe others will show off their original fall fly patterns?

Myself, I'm not that all creative. So don't hold your breath for mine!!!

Posted on: 2011/10/14 14:13


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Cream egg
salmon egg
blue egg



umm.... it's steelhead season.

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Pink egg, framus, sucker spawn +1 it's steelhead season.

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Thanks staggerLee, I also twist up some eggs, floating nymphs and some elk and snowshoe caddis. I will be doing a video of the elk and snow shoe caddis.

Id fish for steelhead if i lived out west were they are wild are true steelhead. But here on the east coast the lake run rainbows can be a lot fun, if you like casting over other people.......

Posted on: 2011/10/14 17:57


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JohnnyUtah wrote:
Thanks staggerLee, I also twist up some eggs, floating nymphs and some elk and snowshoe caddis. I will be doing a video of the elk and snow shoe caddis.

Id fish for steelhead if i lived out west were they are wild are true steelhead. But here on the east coast the lake run rainbows can be a lot fun, if you like casting over other people.......



Johnny..Sounds good, I'll be looking for your vids.

Hey, could you film me a quick hand whip in HD in your next video if it wouldn't be such a trouble for you explaining how it's done?


Casting over people? Your fishing the wrong trib /creek guy. LOL
Do some searching and walking and you can find some really nice water that most wouldn't even set out and go and fish. Since most guys/girls just want quick 5min. walk in access for the steel.



Posted on: 2011/10/14 20:17

Edited by StaggerLee on 2011/10/14 20:35:58


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I walk plenty far when i fly... but i wont walk for synthetic fish.

Posted on: 2011/10/14 23:01


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I walk plenty far when i fly... but i wont walk for synthetic fish.


I'm confused? What exactly are "synthetic fish"? And no i haven't read the book. So aren't all trout synthetic your fishing for? Unless you only fish for native trout. And who does just that type of fly fishing only?

Posted on: 2011/10/15 0:35


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Synthetic is a man made trout. You should read the book, its a good read. There are many anglers, myself included that will only fish for wild/native trout. I say wild because browns and rainbows aren't native to the eastern united states as im sure you know. It's just what i like, it floats my line.

I will attempt a video on the hand whip for you. I think if i use white thread, and color it with a marker, so its sectioned you could better understand.

I hand whip all the time, I used to use a tool, I like you wanted to know how to do it by hand, I learned and hid my tool so i forced myself to master it. Now i dont even know where the tool is lol. And i actually prefer the hand whip. Your hands are the greatest tools you will ever have.

Posted on: 2011/10/15 0:50


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Call me dumb, stupid, crazy. But aren't wild trout just descendants of "Synthetic trout"? So why don't you ever chase after them? They are all in the same? Nothing is different about them. Just only where they are born. So that makes catching wild trout easier because they grew up eating natural things. And not just midges & pellets like stocked fish.

Posted on: 2011/10/15 1:06


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I disagree with you Stagger, I believe your backwards. Stocked trout are the easier. Also stocked trout act nothing like wild trout, other than they swim. But your correct in saying that browns and bows and some brook trout are decedents from a synthetic trout. But catching stream bred trout(wild) is just more appealing to me. Plus they fight better. Imo

Posted on: 2011/10/15 1:19



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