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Fly Fishing Midge Dry Flies in the Winter

When anglers think of winter fly fishing, it’s not often that dry flies come to mind.  Rare is the January or February day when we ditch weights and indicators in favor of fly float and parachute dries.  They do happen, however, and the ambitious fly fisher can catch trout on...

3 Dry Flies for Winter Trout

While winter might not be synonymous with solid dry fly fishing, there are still plenty of opportunities to catch fish on top when the weather is cold!  One of the biggest knocks on wintertime fly fishing is that it’s often long days spent watching indicators.  The dry fly action certainly...

Four Ways to Stay Warm Fly Fishing in Winter

Winter can be a truly blissful time to be out on the winter as crowds subside and trout still have to eat!  Favorite trout streams that are busy with other anglers suddenly become peacefully silent even though trout lazily slip midges throughout the warmth of midday during the winter months. ...

4 Tips to Fly Fish Midge Patterns in Winter

While anglers desperately await the arrival of spring and the hatches that serve as a welcome relief from winter, midges still dominate the late winter months.  Bug life often mirrors the weather outside, and rarely do huge mayflies hatch when temperatures are frigid and the snow is pounding.  With that...

Tips for Finding Winter Trout

It doesn’t matter how many boxes filled with neatly organized flies we carry with us on the stream.  Split shot, strike indicators, spare leaders, and spools of tippet are great accouterments, but none of it translates into finding trout during the harsh of winter.   A perfectly weighted rig with...

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