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Re: What are your go to flies for this time of year?

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Beetles and ants are both good choice's.

Posted on: 2013/6/26 20:35
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Re: What are your go to flies for this time of year?

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I'd say streamers and terrestrials

Posted on: 2013/6/27 18:25
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Re: What are your go to flies for this time of year?

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Little nymphs

Posted on: 2013/6/27 19:52


Re: What are your go to flies for this time of year?

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the last three post before this sum up my summer trout fishing. big ugly streamers on cloudy ugly days. really depends on the water.

last tip.....
bass season is here, heck with the trouts. i may do one or two tailwater trips in the summer, but bass dont bite much in feb, trout do.

Posted on: 2013/6/29 0:24


Re: What are your go to flies for this time of year?

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Terrestrials and nymphs.

Posted on: 2013/6/30 21:36
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Re: What are your go to flies for this time of year?

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i like a wet ant(sz. 14-20) fished either by itself with no weight or as a dropper from a dry. I tie mine basically like a fur ant, only i substitute black thread coated with SH hard as nails(nail polish) for the humps of the ant. This is a common pattern, and is very effective. The hard as nails is key. it accentuates the black coloring of the ant body, gives it a glossy look like the natural, and makes it "plop" into the water which often seems to be the trigger for a strike. The only thing i dont like about this pattern is that the rear "hump" often closes the hook gape some, making missed takes a little more common.

Posted on: 2013/6/30 23:10


Re: What are your go to flies for this time of year?

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Couldn't you tie that ant backwards, leaving the small hump at the hook gape? I don't think the trout would shy away. An ant is out of control in the water anyway, right?

Posted on: 2013/7/1 5:57


Re: What are your go to flies for this time of year?

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But that would just be ant backwards

Posted on: 2013/7/2 19:46
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Re: What are your go to flies for this time of year?

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---TOP---

ant
deer-hair hopper
griffith's gnat
Hemingway Caddis
Ausable Wulff
White Wullf

---Nymphs---

I try not to...to much crap in the streams right now but if I must:

San Juan
Robinsin's Fast Water Sulphur
emerald city caddis

---Streamers--- (here's where it get fun)

Sculpins
Muddlers (these can double as a hopper in a pinch)

when the water comes up from a storm I am all about white wooly buggers and big articulated shizz


There you have it. thats what I am comfortable throwing with my 795. I'm stubborn this time of the year. if I can't use my 795 to fish it then ƒLJ¢k it


Posted on: 2013/7/2 22:28
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Re: What are your go to flies for this time of year?

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green weenie,black ant with a little orange on it so i can see it

Posted on: 2013/7/3 16:45



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