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Re: Top Ten's

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BHPT
DS emerger
Sulphur comparadun
Olive comparadun
Iso comparadun
Green caddis larva
Olive caddis CDC
Rusty spinner
Sculpin
Golden stone nymph

Posted on: 2013/9/27 11:15
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Re: Top Ten's

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BHPHT
BHHE
prince
copperjohn
stockie killer
rubber legged stonefly
my stoneflies
beadhead caddis larva
waxworm fly
twisted caddis

Posted on: 2013/9/27 11:43
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Re: Top Ten's

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ICSI
Griffiths Gnat
Orange Ant
Black Ant
Adams
Royal Wulff
Pheasant Tail dry

Joe E

Posted on: 2013/9/27 11:50


Re: Top Ten's

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mike,

Did you forget to list something that floats? You must go through a ton of dry magic. LMAO

Posted on: 2013/9/27 12:11
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Re: Top Ten's

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1. Dries: Sulfur dun, Sulfur spinner, BWO, Adams, Tan Wright Fluttering Caddis
2. Nymphs: Beadhead Hare's Ear, Green Caddis Nymph, Muskrat Nymph
3. Wets: Black Ant, Leadwing Coachman

I am such a lousy streamer fisherman, I seldom use them, unless specifically targeting smallies. Then, I tie on a black Woolly Bugger.

Posted on: 2013/9/27 12:12


Re: Top Ten's

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I don't fish dries that often as 90 % of my fishing is from December to mid april. The last day of fishing for me is the opener. I think I made it out 3 times after ;)

Posted on: 2013/9/27 12:54
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Re: Top Ten's

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Green Weenie(or Green SJW)
Woolly Bugger of any variety
Tan Caddis
Adams
Beetle or Hopper
Sucker Spawn
HE
PT
Caddis Larvae
And any big meaty streamer....

Posted on: 2013/9/27 15:11


Re: Top Ten's

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1. Elk Hair Caddis
2. Light Cahill
3. Letort Cricket
4. Foam Black Ant
5. Mouse
6. Trophy Wife
7. Mike's Meal Ticket
8. Galloup's Sex Dungeon
9. Game Changer
10. Dave's Hopper

Posted on: 2013/9/27 15:37


Re: Top Ten's

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Good call on the hopper/cricket! I use them (particularly hoppers) quite a bit in the summer for both trout and bass. I found though that large stimies can work in a hopper situation. Still, I'd add it to the list.

Posted on: 2013/9/27 15:55


Re: Top Ten's

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1. EHC
2. Adams Wulff
3. Wolly Bugger
4. Slump Buster
5. hopper
6. Beetle
8. caddis larva
9. PT soft hackle
10. egg

Posted on: 2013/9/27 16:35


Re: Top Ten's

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EHC
Rusty spinner
Sulphur comparadun
BWO comparadun ( both comparaduns would probably be sparkle duns)
Parachute Adams
Stimmie
PT
GRHE
Copper John
Last one is a tough choice but I'm gunna have to go with an Iso comparadun ( deer hair wing, split tails)

Posted on: 2013/9/27 20:39


Re: Top Ten's

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Whatever is hatching.

Posted on: 2013/9/27 23:30
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Re: Top Ten's

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1.bhpt
2.ehc
3.stimi
4.parachute olive
5.rusty spinner
6.cdc emerger (various mayflies)
7.olive sculpin with rabbit strip
8. Scott Hamilton's Eat Me fly for the salt
9.large golden stonefly nymph (brown trout cheeseburger)
10. Comparadun patterns

Posted on: 2013/9/28 6:10


Re: Top Ten's

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Wooly Bugger
Pick Pocket - version of the Picket Pin
PT nymph
Green weenie
Elk Hair Caddis
CDC & Elk
Stimulator
Foam Beetle
Zebra midge
Griffith's Gnat

These would be my top ten trout flies. Have caught about 75% of the trout I caught so far this year on these patterns. Looking back through fishing logs can be very interesting. It seems for me that I get in rut fishing the same pattern for a long period of time as it continues to produce and I gain more confidence in the pattern. I often think that switching flies more would be a good thing (from the experience end) but I just have trouble doing that when I am really catching fish.

Posted on: 2013/9/28 8:00


Re: Top Ten's

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Great thread and interesting lists. Strange though, since my Top10 or even Top20 lists don't share many of the ones listed. This is even considering I rarely ffish wet. (I do love to tie wets and nymphs, but they never get wet).

Posted on: 2013/9/28 8:30
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