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Top Ten's

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If you had to pick what would be the the ten flies in your case?

Posted on: 2013/9/26 8:30


Re: Top Ten's

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EHC, Royal Wulff, Light Cahill, Adams, Orange Stimulator, Beetle, HE, PT, Black Bugger, Zebra Midge

In various sizes

PS-green weenie

Posted on: 2013/9/26 8:52


Re: Top Ten's

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Parachute Adams
Rusty spinner
PT nymph
Hare's Ear nymph
Egg imitations (sucker spawn or glo-bug, pick one)
black sculpin
BWO dun, thorax tie.
Parachute sulpher
March Brown dun
Stonefly nymph - realistic tie.

Posted on: 2013/9/26 9:46


Re: Top Ten's

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olive
black midge dry
haystack
compara sulpher
eggs (for steelhead)
compara slate drake
hare's ear
bugger
caddis larvae
stonefly nymph

Posted on: 2013/9/26 10:01


Re: Top Ten's

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hen and flash soft hackle
pheasant tail klinkhammer
adams parachute
pheasant tail nymph
bead head pheasant tail nymph
wolly buggers, white and black
bwo parachute
rusty spinner
blank ant
zebra midge

Posted on: 2013/9/26 10:14
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Re: Top Ten's

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BHPT
Patriot
wolly bugger

The rest would be special flies I use which are not common.

These three wets (1,2,4)

http://bucksflytyers.com/page11.html

This nymph

http://bucksflytyers.com/page14.html

This midge (top one)

http://bucksflytyers.com/page7.html

One of these stoneflies.

http://bucksflytyers.com/page9.html

And LouM's Sculpin (or did he steal it from Sandfly?)

If I added one more it would be an unnamed streamer I found in a book tied using India Hen feathers would on a streamer hook.

BTW this is close enough to topic that it could be discussed on the general section. ( I do realize that the best minds on the forum hang out here. )

Posted on: 2013/9/26 10:24


Re: Top Ten's

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CDC Olive Emerger
Sulphur Hacklesacker
Isosaurus Comparadun
Beadhead PT Variations-Black UV, Purple, Frenchy
Walts Worms Variations
Black and Purple
Squirrmy Wormy
Muppet Babies
Wet Ant
Fox's inch

I need a dozen.

Cdc and Elk
Mouse

Posted on: 2013/9/26 11:35

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Re: Top Ten's

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Royal Wulff
CDC and Elk
Sulphur
BWO
BWO soft hackle
BH Black Stonefly
BH PT
Zebra Midge
Sheck's White Minnow
Shenk's Sculpin

Posted on: 2013/9/26 18:42
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Re: Top Ten's
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Ten BWOs.

Posted on: 2013/9/26 18:44
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Re: Top Ten's

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Pheasant Tail Nymph
Little Brown Emerger
Black Bugger
Olive Slumpbuster
Adams Parachute
Sulfur Comparadun
Blood Dot Egg
Realistic Apricot Stonefly nymph
Woven Perlastone nymph
Zebra midge

Posted on: 2013/9/26 20:40


Re: Top Ten's
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Pheasant Tail nymph
Hares Ear nymph
Wooly Bugger
Sulphur Dun (parachute)
BWO Dun (parachute)
Rusty Spinner
Black Midge
Zebra Midge
Scud
Stonefly nymph

Honorable mention (need these too):
Black Ant
Tan CDC & Elk Caddis
LaFountaine black caddis pupa
LaFountaine green caddis pupa
Olive caddis Larva
Hendrickson Dun w/ shuck....

Ahhh...started thinking about it. I guess, to fish anywhere and not lose sleep, I would need more than 100 choices of flies

Sorry.....


Posted on: 2013/9/27 7:51


Re: Top Ten's

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BWO
sulpher
tan caddis
beetle
rusty spinner
slate drake
gray fox
hendrickson
grannom caddis
gray caddis

Posted on: 2013/9/27 8:26


Re: Top Ten's

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I would also have to add a PT soft hackle and a rusty spinner.

Posted on: 2013/9/27 8:40


Re: Top Ten's

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Stimulator, Green Drake, Black Caddis, Green Weenie, Black/Olive Wooly Bugger, Black Ant, Wax Worm Imitation, Pheasant Tail Nymph,
Egg Patterns

Posted on: 2013/9/27 9:01


Re: Top Ten's

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rusty spinner
parachute adams
PT
HE
zebra midge
black bugger
BWO dry
Sulphur dry
stimulator
EHC

Posted on: 2013/9/27 9:19



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