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Parachute fly patterns are easier to track in heavy hatches and in rough waters. Blue Wing Olives or BWO's or Baetis, whichever name it goes by, are one of the most important hatches. This fly pattern along with our Blue Wing Olive or other BWO flies, are important to keep
A soft-hackled caddis nymph perfect for swinging wet flies during caddis hatches. *Soft hackle is not wrapped entirely around the collar as suggested in the image but rather forms a patch of legs under the wing case pointing towards the barb of the hook.* ~~ New images coming shortly.
An excellent mayfly imitation that can be fished for just about any hatch. The Adams Dry Fly is one pattern that deserves to be in every fly box. It can imitate nearly everything. Caddis, midges, kitchen sinks, and almost every stage of mayfly.
Maggots are the hot ticket when streams get washed out and full of sediment.