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When fly fishing what are your go to flies that always seem to produce?

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  • When fly fishing what are your go to flies that always seem to produce?

    When fly fishing what are your go to flies that always seem to produce?

  • #2
    any flies that are made from phesant feathers are the ones that work for me in streams and rivers but in lakes i would use black trout flies for bass and for trout i like to use nymph flies and fish by the docks.

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    • #3
      In streams a hairs ear nymph, san juan worm or a black wooly bugger. Top on the list is the hairs ear though it seems to work most part of the year. Dry fly would be parachute adams black ant or a royal coachman.

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      • #4
        in our crick in montana in the little belts get a grasshopper and drag a little green fly after and that is a fish catching machine garenteed but on ly when the hoppers come out in late summer

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