Grizzly Wulff Dry Fly – Fly Recipe

grizzly wulff dry fly

Grizzly Wulff Dry Fly The grizzly wulff is high floating, durable and easy to fish. It is a relatively easy fly to tie. When I lived out west it was one of the most common flies in my fly box. Many cutthroat trout ended up in the frying pan when I fly fished this fly. […]

Grizzly King Wet Fly – Fly Recipe

grizzly king wet wet fly is a good mid-water imitator

Grizzly King Wet Fly – Fly Recipe Grizzly King Wet Fly The Grizzly king wet fly is an old pattern and has been been very popular for brook trout in New England and Canada. The grizzly king wet fly is a fine fly to use with a sinking line in the clear fast streams trout […]

Deer Hair Bee Fly – Fly Recipe

deer hair bee

Deer Hair Bee Fly – Fly Recipe Deer Hair Bee Fly The deer hair bee is an imitator pattern and is a great searching fly for most free stone streams. It is usually fished dry but may also be fished wet. The best hooks for this fly are: Mustad # 3399 Sizes: 10 – 20 […]

Carey Special Wet Fly – Fly Recipe

Carey special wet fly

Carey Special Wet Fly – Fly Recipe Carey Special Wet Fly It is my understanding that this fly pattern developed in the Canadian west. The variations are are up to you. The body color can change according to what you think will work. The pattern here is red chenille but olive, black, orange, etc can […]

Blue Dun Dry Fly – Fly Recipe

blue dun dry fly is a great fly to learn to tie and fish

Blue Dun Dry Fly – Fly Recipe Blue Dun Dry Fly The Blue Dun is another classic trout dry fly pattern that was originated to imitate the early mayfly hatches. These dry flies work for a number of hatches including the Blue Winged Olives, Hendricksons, Blue Quills and Quill Gordons. The Blue dun was the […]

Black Nose Dace bucktail – Fly Recipe

Black nose dace bucktail fly is an imitator of fish

Black Nose Dace bucktail – Fly Recipe Black Nose Dace bucktail In 1947, Art Flick’s Streamside Guide listed only one bucktail, the Black-Nose Dace. The Black Nose Dace bucktail copies many species of small baitfish, such as chubs and dace, that have dark lateral lines. This is a fun fly to fish streamside. Cast out […]

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