The Moth Larva Hatch

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By Kent Klewein AS I RELIVED LAST YEAR'S SPRING FISHING SEASON IN MY HEAD SEARCHING FOR THE PERFECT HATCH, THE COLOR OF BRIGHT GREEN BEGAN ENTERING MY CONSCIENCE, AND BAM! LIKE A SLAP TO THE FACE, IT HIT ME. Every year we get a month-long trout feeding...



Reece’s Glo Worm

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By Bob Reece Whether you like it or not, fish eat worms. This wiggly addition to fly boxes is adored by some and scorned by others. If you happen to be a fly fisher that embraces the application of annelids, this pattern is worth its weight. When tying...



Hell Razing Cousins

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By Bob Reece On the whole, leech and crawdad patterns typically land in the medium to large size range in the world of flies. These offerings have proven their worth. However, their vast success in these profiles has led to an oversight on the productivity that...



Dunnigan’s Panty Dropper Nymph

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By Bob Reece Dunnigan’s P.D. Nymph is a trout magnet. As I’ve moved further into my fly tying and fishing journey, I’ve been blessed to meet some outstanding people.  Casey Dunnigan happens to be one of them.  A skilled welder by trade, his ability to...



Waiting for the Cicada Hatch

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Most of the savvy local fly anglers I know are on high alert. Fly shop phones are ringing. Fishing buddies are organized into call lists. Everyone has their ears up, listening for that buzz. Except for me, of course. I’m deaf as a post and I...