Fly Tying Material: DMC Embroidery Floss for Midge Patterns

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As we work through the winter months, midges will start making up a higher percentage of a trout's daily diet. Midges may lack the high caloric value of their larger aquatic friends, but they more than make up for it with their year-round availability, and high...



The Christmas Tree Fly

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It's Christmas Eve. The stockings are hung, the children nestled in their beds, bikes and doll houses are assembled, gifts are wrapped, turkeys are stuffed, credit cards are maxed, and still, you have found a few minutes to look at Gink and Gasoline. God bless...



Saturday Shoutout / Cohen Made

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Pat Cohen puts his soul into fly tying. There are few tiers out there as original as Pat Cohen. His techniques and the creations they yield are stellar. Bloomberg recently did a great interview and companion video on Pat. It's a great sneak peak into his...



8 Elements of Fly Design to Follow for Imitating Trout Food Sources

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When tying fly patterns, it's very important that you try your best to incorporate several different elements of fly design to increase their effectiveness. No one knows with complete certainty what order or priority trout rank each element of a food source or fly pattern,...



10 Yellow Sally Fly Patterns That I Love

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By Kent Klewein WHEN I THINK BACK ON ALL THE TIMES I'VE FISHED YELLOW SALLY STONEFLY HATCHES OVER THE YEARS, I HONESTLY CAN'T REMEMBER EVER HAVING A BAD FISHING EXPERIENCE. If I can find them on the water, I usually have no problem getting trout to take...