Adams

Adams

The Adams is probably one of the most popular and most fished dry flies in history! The Adams like a few other flies represent nothing in particular, yet everything in general! The Adams is a tried and true classic in every sense of the word! The Adams has been so...
Pass Lake Streamer

Pass Lake Streamer

We are all familiar with the Pass Lake wet/dry fly. Here is the streamer pattern. This is a slight variation of a Bob Hunt pattern for streams like the Brule. We floated the Brule from Stone Bridge down to Big Lake in canoes. We took turns casting into the shaded...
Gray Leech

Gray Leech

This pattern is from “Ross A. Mueller’s book “Flies That Catch Trout”. To learn more about fishing and tying this and many other of Ross’s favorite patterns please pick-up a copy of his book, it has been a great resource for me and I know you will not be disappointed!...
Wooly Bugger

Wooly Bugger

The “Wooly Bugger” is a very easy to tie fly and a great fly to start sharpening your skills when learning the art of fly tying; The first fly I ever tied was a “Wool Bugger” and I enjoy tying them as much today as I did then. The possibilities are endless with...
Wooly Worm

Wooly Worm

This is a very simple fly to tie but can be very effective, especially used as a searching pattern. It is tied as a wet fly but is also effective fished like a streamer when cast quartering downstream and then swung and retrieved. It has proven extremely effective on...

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