Posts tagged "nymph"
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...
Deckers Fly Fishing Report

Deckers Fly Fishing Report

¬†Deckers is fishing excellent right now… big fish around every corner and plenty of bugs to go around!       Flows: 106 cfs   Flies: #18-#20 Camden’s Baetis #16-#20 Higa’s SOS #14 Red San juan #22- #24 Olive Midge Pupa #18-#22 Gray UV RS2 #20-#24 Zebra Midge   Tips: Fish small olive midge patterns...
Waterton Canyon Fishing Report 3/22/13

Waterton Canyon Fishing Report 3/22/13

It’s that time of the year again…. The ice is melting, the grass is beginning to pop up again, and fish are out and feeding heavily. Waterton has been fishing very well these past few weeks and we only expect it to get better from here on out. Though the lower section is pretty much...
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-ness¬† of this fly that make fish eat.     Hook: Tiempco 2488 #12-14 Bead: Gold Tungsten...

(Video) Tying the Hot-Spot San Juan

The San Juan Worm. The most simple fly pattern around and a pattern that most people learn to tie their very first time… This classic pattern was invented on the banks of the mighty San Juan river where there is an abundance of aquatic worms that the fish gorge upon day in and day out....
Memoir of a Brown Trout: A Fish Story From The Madison

Memoir of a Brown Trout: A Fish Story From The Madison

Fly fishing is my life. Ever since the first time I had a rod in my hand, I knew that this was my passion. Last summer, my grandpa invited me to tag along on a fishing trip to the greater Yellowstone area. It was perfect fishing weather the whole trip. One of our destinations was...

Higa’s S.O.S (Save Our Skins)

I can not think of a better pattern to imitate a Baetis. This pattern combines the characteristics of a Zebra Midge with Baetis nymphs to create an all around outstanding bug. If you don’t have any of these in your box yet, you need to literally sprint to the vise and whip up about a...

The Blog Is Up!

Hey everybody! Finally getting around to working on the blog after months of pure laziness…I’m just getting used to this so hang with me. As you all know, we are dedicated to sharing our passion of fly fishing with everybody we can. I don’t care whether you throw big ugly bugs for Northerns up in...