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GT Triple Double

GT Triple Double

The Swiss Army Knife of Dry Flies If you have fished the Green River in Utah very much, this fly is king...  The end.  Not really the end, but this simple fly is one that I really didn't fish very much until recently, and now I have several rows of them in my dry fly box.  Designed by Green River guide Gordon Tharrett, I imagine that he wanted to come up with a simple fly that could cover a wide spectrum of hatches, and it does just that.  Last summer we were floating the Green River during a pretty intense caddis hatch, and it actually outperformed lots of my flies that (i thought) matched the hatch much better.  The GT Triple Double accounted for just as many fish as other patterns on that caddis hatch float, and they were the first flies that I tied the next day at the bench.   Long story short, tie a bunch of these in varied colors and sizes and fill up a box!! ~ Cheech Material List Add to Cart   View in store                      Hook : Daiichi

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Squirmy Wormy

Squirmy Wormy

Yes...  A Video Was Necessary. Have you ever run into "that guy" who refuses to fish anything but a dry fly tied with all natural materials.  He's constantly dropping names about Thomas VanSomethingorother, or Frederick Whogivesadamn who personally gifted him a package of urine stained stag fibers back in '72.  The funny thing about this guy is that you typically have these conversations with him in a shop, at an expo, on the fancy interwebs, and most of all - NEVER on the water.  He never brings up fly selection on the water because he's got the same box we all have.  The box that is so full of unmentionables that we prefer to leave it in the back corner of our vest, boat bag, or non denominational and unigender sling pack.  When the fish aren't sipping his "classic" dry flies, they are secretly gorging on protein under the surface, so he'll give a look over each shoulder and make sure there isn't anyone impressionable at his six

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Baby Belly Scratcher Minnow

Baby Belly Scratcher Minnow

Downsizing an Effective Slayer! Someone asked me about all the "baby" flies...  Yes, there is a BABY EVERYTHING...  Anyway, if you haven't tried the belly scratcher minnow , it's a highly recommended single hook baitfish that is designed to have a small, thin profile, and ride hook point up to avoid snags.  Originally designed for a buddy (Bryan Gregson) for the streams in Argentina, it has quickly become one of the most popular flies in my arsenal.  I have tied them from 7" to about 1" and they all catch fish in the correct situation!  This iteration of the belly scratcher minnow eliminates a zonker strip tail because the leather on any zonker is too much sauce for a fly this small.  Instead, I've subbed it out for Whiting Spey Hackle, which is actually kind of stringy, but it has really really good movement with minimal materials.  You can also add/subtract weight from this fly depending on where and how you want to fish it!  Tie them up and g

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