Best trout flies
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Whether you are a beginner or just want to up your game, the following fly patterns are guaranteed to catch trout.
Norm Boudreau saved to Fishing Boats & Tackle
If you are just beginning to learn how to fly fish for trout, knowing which fly to use can be a little difficult. Every fly…
Which flies for trout have staked their claim as the best of the best?
Sarah DelRae saved to Fishing
The Peacock Caddis is a simple, yet standard staple in any fly box, and is productive in many conditions. This pattern works well and is an easy tie that you can change up with sizes as needed. We like this fly in riffle and pocket water when not much is hatching. The peacock herl is a great attractor and has been used in countless patterns, showcasing the effective use of this material. Hook: Partridge Ideal standard dry fly hook #12 or Sprite All Purpose Dry Thread: 6/0 Black Uni 6/0…
Ron Johnson saved to Fly tying
One of the only months that rivals the vast hatches of spring is the fall. With the migration of many winged-insects in autumn and the calm cooling
Doklei saved to Fly fishing
Many anglers will have their best flies for brown trout here are ones I find work time and time again and are proven to catch brown trout.
J Rose saved to Fly fishing
Fly fishing in the winter can be challenging but, also, highly rewarding. Most people do not venture outside their homes so winter fly fishing keeps the
Makan Flies saved to winter fly fishing
A frequently asked question here at Drifthook Fly Fishing is, “How long should my leader be?” And the simple answer is… it depends. Well, it depends on a few different factors. During this article, we will go over numerous Leader Setups to help be successful on the water.
Blanca Lopez saved to Fly fishing rigs
Trueblood's Caddis, created by Ted Trueblood (1913-1982) of Idaho is a simple-to-tie caddis larva nymph. This fly pattern can be effective in any water where...
Alexandre Aquilina saved to Montage mouche
Charlie Craven changes the game with another killer pattern, the Two Bit Hooker. The goal of this pattern is to get the fly down into the zone as quick as possible. It does just that with two smaller tungsten beads back to back instead of one that messes up the proportions of the fly. Limiting the bulk with two smaller tungsten beads, enables this mayfly imitation to have a realistic, slender and flashy profile. The Two Bit Hooker is one of those flies that everyone must have in their…
Ronaldo Mustafá Sales Mustafá saved to Isca