Reece’s Surface Assassin

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By Bob Reece For many fly fishers there is nothing more enchanting that watching trout sip emerging insects from the water’s surface. This allure can often lead to frustration without the proper pattern and presentation. While the fly fisher is responsible for presentation, Reece’s Surface...



3 Classic Flies For New Tyers

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By Bob Reece Three points of contact provide stability. There are a plethora of patterns that new tiers could begin with. Yet three in particular lay out the fundamental techniques needed to create a stabile foundation for your fly tying future. The Woolly Bugger,...



Sound Beginnings

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By Bob Reece All journeys do begin with a single step. Yet, the quality and direction of that step sets the tone for the rest that follow. This holds true for those people that are just entering the domain of fly tying. Overwhelming is...



Sunday Classic / The UV Chocolate

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HAVING AN EFFECTIVE SELECTION OF MIDGE PATTERNS CAN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A GREAT DAY OF TROUT FISHING AND A DAY OF SELF LOATHING. Often days when the midge bite is at its best nothing much else seems to be happening hatch wise. That's an important...



RS2 – One of My Favorite Picky Trout Fly Patterns

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By Kent Klewein There's days when trout fishing is so slow, it seems like conditions couldn't possibly get any worse. You may find yourself questioning if any trout in the stream are willing to feed at all. At other times, you'll have no problem locating pods of...