Posts tagged "nymph patterns"
Waterton Canyon Fishing Report 6-13-13

Waterton Canyon Fishing Report 6-13-13

The canyon is really starting to really heat up. Hatches of midges, caddis, and salmonflies along with the appearance of hoppers has got the fish all fired up and is making for some excellent fishing. The flows have hovered around 70 cfs. for a few weeks now and have been pushing some San Juan Worms...
Camden's Baetis Nymph Review

Camden’s Baetis Nymph Review

The Baetis genus of mayflies are the most widespread of all the mayfly species and can be found on almost any trout stream in nearly any part of the world. There are endless variations of fly patterns that have been designed to replicate these small mayflies, but many of them are not very effective or...
Tyler Boxleitner's Favorite Winter Fly Patterns

Tyler Boxleitner’s Favorite Winter Fly Patterns

When people hear the phrase “Winter Fly Fishing”, they might think the rivers freeze over making fishing impossible. Though this is only half correct. Free-stones, some canyons, and lakes all freeze over in the winter. Tailwaters however, do not. Because the water is coming out of a lake or reservoir, where it is warmer than...
Manthey's Wingman Nymph

Manthey’s Wingman Nymph

Waterton Canyon can be a very tough place to fish in the summer time when the browns get picky after seeing just about every fly pattern known to man. This nymph was something I came up with after a long day of watching fish eat PMD nymphs during an intense pre-hatch period when thousands of...
Pink Squirrel Nymph

Pink Squirrel Nymph

The Pink Squirrel Nymph is an excellent attractor pattern for just about any nymph rig…It also fishes well as a dropper off of a large stonefly nymph such as a Jimi Legs. There is something about the pure buggy-nessĀ  of this fly that make fish eat.     Hook: Tiempco 2488 #12-14 Bead: Gold Tungsten...