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For many years the "Floating, Countdown, and Jointed Rapala lures", have been a popular choice for trout, walleye and bass fisherman throughout North America. In Brit ...
The heat of August and early September cause the low elevation lakes and streams to become too warm for trout, and the fish go to the bottom and sulk. Even if you manage to hook into a ...
Drift fishing is easy, fun and effective. The technique has gained popularity over the years as more and more streams across the country are supporting trout, steelhead and salmon runs. Whether a beginner or a more experienced ...
October brings the cooling effects of autumn and the fish in most waters should again be active. Unfortunately, fall does not bring with it many insect hatches and most of us have to c ...
HOOK: 1x or 2x long, size 10 to 18
BODY: Deer Hair.
THREAD: Grey. Strong thread is recommended
TAIL and HACKLE: Deer Hair
Perhaps the simplest of dry flies to tie, t ...
HOOK: 3x or 4x long, size 4 to 10
BODY: Black yarn, chenille or dubbing, with maraboo tied down in clumps.
BEARD: Optional. Crystal flash or Flashaboo.
LAND-LOCKED SOCKEYE SALMON
Kokanee salmon were experimentally introduced into several lakes and reservoirs in western North America in the mid-1940s. The success of these introductio ...
HOOK: 1x or 2x long, size 8 to 14.
BODY: Peacock herl.
WINGCASE: Pheasant rump.
TAIL: Pheasant rump feather tips, tied down frome the wing case. ...
HOOK: 3x long, size 6 to 10
BODY: Yarn, chenille or dubbing.
HACKLE: Two or three pheasant rump feathers
TAIL: Pheasant rump
Perhaps the most common color combinatio ...
HOOK:1x, 2x, or 3x long. Sizes 6 to 12.
THREAD: Black. BODY: Black wool or dubbing or floss.
RIB: Flat silver or gold tinsel.
TAIL: Grizzly hackle fibers or guinea fowl.