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Re: #1 Go to fly

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size 14 prince nymph

Posted on: 2012/5/25 6:52
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Re: #1 Go to fly

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Midge pattern, size 24, various colors.

Posted on: 2012/5/25 7:50


Re: #1 Go to fly

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Now that the spring hatches are just about over - first thing I will usually try is a crowe beetle, and will likley be "the fly" for the rest of the year.

Posted on: 2012/5/25 8:00


Re: #1 Go to fly

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PatrickC wrote:
#8 woolly bugger (olive). I can catch about anything on any size stream (warm or cold)



+1 for the olive wollybugger. That or any kind of olive streamer. The only time I don't have good luck w streamers is in really low water conditions w stockies.

Posted on: 2012/5/25 8:14


Re: #1 Go to fly

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Size 14 PT, copper bead and flashback.

Posted on: 2012/5/25 11:09
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Re: #1 Go to fly

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Size 14 BH Bugger - Black with some flash tied in. Nymph it, swing it, strip it, dap it, dance it...it all works.

Posted on: 2012/5/25 11:12


Re: #1 Go to fly

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My go to rig is a dropper with a BH prince nymph on top and a red brassie on the bottom

Posted on: 2012/5/25 12:14


Re: #1 Go to fly

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bugger

Posted on: 2012/5/25 18:38


Re: #1 Go to fly

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Usually start with an olive #10 bunny leech, unless real low water. Second fly would be an olive caddis pupae tied off bend of leech.

Posted on: 2012/5/25 21:58


Re: #1 Go to fly

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A white bugger, only been fly fishing for about a year, but I would have to say a large percentage of the fish I have caught were on some type of white bugger.

Posted on: 2012/5/25 23:17


Re: #1 Go to fly

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Hares ear or soft hackle PT

Posted on: 2012/5/26 6:37


Re: #1 Go to fly

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Great thread. Mine would be a tan elk hair caddis, followed by an adams.

Posted on: 2012/5/27 8:45


Re: #1 Go to fly

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I'd have to say a black woolly bugger. Next would be a prince nymph and I'll often tie that off the hook of the bugger. I have tons of confidence in either fly and that double fly setup.

Posted on: 2012/5/27 10:14
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Re: #1 Go to fly

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Well usually a royal wulff with a thunb stuck on it or a stimulator. This past week it was a GD stimmy. Worked great.

Posted on: 2012/5/27 10:47
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