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Re: Only three flies?

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JackM wrote:
Hares ear, wooly bugger, caddis emerger. All inferior to any dry fly.


Dear Jack,

And yet I seem to recall that you don't like indicator fishing?

Is there any indicator more blatantly obvious than a dry fly?

Regards,

Tim Murphy

Posted on: 2013/3/3 10:45
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Re: Only three flies?
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Not only are dry flies indicators of the strike like a bobber but those fishing them choose the easy way out by electing to fish for fish that give themselves away in a game of hide and seek. It is a cowardly way to fish I tell ya.

My april flies

IPW
Wooly bugger
Phesant tail

Dry fly Adams

Posted on: 2013/3/3 10:51
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Re: Only three flies?

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Midge pupa
BWO CDC soft hackle
Frenchie

Posted on: 2013/3/3 10:58


Re: Only three flies?

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Adams
Black Stimulator
Cripple BWO
All sub-surface flies should be made illegal.

Posted on: 2013/3/3 11:05


Re: Only three flies?

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Royal coachman (I know I guess I'm old school.. Lol)
GRHE
BH Prince

Posted on: 2013/3/3 11:16


Re: Only three flies?

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adams, hares ear, bugger.

Posted on: 2013/3/3 11:24


Re: Only three flies?

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1. Frenchie / Quill nymph I made up - It's a tie
2. Al's Rat - It catches fish from PA to Wyoming, and it can be fished in every way imaginable...
3. Any kind of Scud, from weighted to unweighted

Dry Fly - Griffith's Gnat

Streamer - Yuk Bug

Posted on: 2013/3/3 11:36


Re: Only three flies?

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I'd be willing to fish just about any stream with nothing but an Olive Woolly Bugger and a Hare's Ear. I don't even care what the 3rd fly is I guess probably a scud, but I can see good arguments for a Royal Wulff or Coachman as well. I love the Rat idea as well. A stimulator, yea, you never go wrong with those. Well anyway, I would likely never need the 3rd...

Posted on: 2013/3/3 12:18
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Re: Only three flies?

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Split nymph
Beadhead flashback pheasant tail
Hares ear soft hackle
EHC would be the dry

Posted on: 2013/3/3 14:39


Re: Only three flies?

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peacock and whatever hackle
partridge and whatever.
prince nymph.

if i had to cheat ,the easy way,and fish visually with a dry,i'd probably use an EHC or a wooly worm tied light enough to float,or not.

Posted on: 2013/3/3 14:56


Re: Only three flies?

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#12 Royal Wullf
# 8 Royal Wullf
#14 green caddis

Posted on: 2013/3/3 15:25
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Re: Only three flies?

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shakey wrote:
peacock and whatever hackle
partridge and whatever.
prince nymph.

if i had to cheat ,the easy way,and fish visually with a dry,i'd probably use an EHC or a wooly worm tied light enough to float,or not.


Dear shakey,

I love you man!

You are as honest as the day is long, and that is a rare thing anymore.

Regards,

Tim Murphy

Posted on: 2013/3/3 15:29
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Re: Only three flies?

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what a very nice and kind post.thank you so much!

Posted on: 2013/3/3 16:49


Re: Only three flies?

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Adams
Bugger
Hare's ear.

Pretty much still all I fish with the option of changing color and size (thus making them something with a different name). You could go your whole life do well with those patterns and variations.

Posted on: 2013/3/3 20:03


Re: Only three flies?

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soft hackle hare's ear green weenie olive bugger dry=small ant (I could put on a split shot and fish it wet too)

Posted on: 2013/3/3 20:13



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