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Dry Flies on the Green River

Dry Flies on the Green River

Caddis Attack! We've fished the Green for a lot of years and have seen some great dry fly days, but this day was a pretty crazy one. Unfortunately, it was a two-man jobber and we weren't able to fish, row and film all at once. So we've got at least the aftermath of the dry fly action and we were able to break in the new Hyde on moving water finally. Also, here's a link to the flies we used: -- Egan's Bionic Ant -- Egan's Iron Lotus -- Duracell Jig -- Stoneflopper (mini version) -- Morrish Hopper And the video....

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Egan's Red Dart

Egan's Red Dart

A FLASHY ATTRACTOR Red Dart The Red Dart is a design combining the best parts of a couple of old favorite fly patterns and applying current materials.  The result is a fishy attractor.  I came up with the fly at the 2011 World Fly Fishing Championships held in Bolzano, Italy.  Fish were being caught on red tags (old school style with yarn tail and peacock body), and prince nymphs.  I was having the best success on prince nymphs tied with red thread (hotspot collar) and with peacock ice dubbing instead of natural peacock for the body.  My thought was that if I combined the two flies I might find something the fish really liked.  So, the red tail from the red tag replaced the biot tail from the prince.  I used brightly dyed hackle fibers for the tail instead of wool yarn found in the old school red tag.  Peacock ice dub has replaced natural peacock for my prince nymphs so I used the flashy synthetic.  I removed the white biots normally found on the back of a prince nymph but kep

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CDC & Foam Ant

CDC & Foam Ant

CDC and Foam are Buddies We have spent several years surveying trout across the country and the consensus is that they all love flying ant patterns.  Cinnamon, black, brown, etc.  95.87% of them confirmed that they would readily eat a properly presented ant fly pattern.  Scientific research aside, we started to pay attention more to flying ants once we started fishing Lance's Bionic ant, and watching picky mayfly eaters move 7' out of their feeding lanes to eat the juicier morsel.  On this fly, you will see a cool technique to create a round body with foam and dubbing, and you will also see the cinnamon pepper color of hackle that we have been using a lot lately.   ~Cheech Material List Add to Cart   View in store                               Hook : Gamakatsu S10 Executive Series Dry Fly Hook - 12 Body : UTC Ultrathread 70 Denier - Black Body : Nature's Spirit Beaver Dubbing - Rusty Spinner Overbody : Rainy's Evazote Foam - Black - 1/

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Strawberry Cutthroats

Strawberry Cutthroats

And Forest Fires... Strawberry Reservoir Cutthroat It was a relatively slow couple of outings but we managed a few fish. Cheech even rigged up his new Tenkara rig and gave it a go. See the results below... Also, featured flies: -- Balanced Blank Saver -- Lancer Damsel

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