Category: Magnificent 7

Fly Pattern #7: The Woolly Bugger

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This is the seventh installment of the Magnificent 7, a list of seven different fly patterns that I believe will keep your fly box organized and populated with proven patterns, ready to entice trout on practically any  stream or lake . Flies covered in this series are The Birds Nest,  Zebra Midge, Pheasant Tail Nymph, Super Floss Rubber Legs,  Elk Hair Caddis and […]

Fly Pattern #6: The Adams

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This is the sixth installment of the Magnificent 7, a list of seven different fly patterns that I believe will keep your fly box organized and populated with proven patterns, ready to entice trout on practically any  stream or lake . Flies covered in this series to date are The Birds Nest,  Zebra Midge, Pheasant Tail Nymph, Super Floss Rubber Legs, […]

Fly Pattern #5: Elk Hair Caddis

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This is the fifth installment of the Magnificent Seven, a list of seven different fly patterns that I believe will keep your fly box organized and populated with proven patterns, ready to entice trout on practically any  stream or lake . Flies covered in this series to date are The Birds Nest,  Zebra Midge, Pheasant Tail Nymph and Rubber Legs. In this […]

Fly Pattern #4: Super Floss Rubber Legs!

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This is the fourth installment of the Magnificent 7, a list of seven different fly patterns that I believe will keep your fly box organized and populated with proven patterns, ready to entice trout on practically any  stream or lake . Flies covered in this series to date are The Birds Nest,  Zebra Midge and the Pheasant Tail Nymph. In this […]

Fly Pattern #2: Zebra Midge

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Fly fishing is described as the craft of fishing using a rod and an artificial fly as bait. The “fly” or “fly pattern” is created by hand assembling thread, real bird feathers, real animal fur, wire, metallic beads, and all varieties of synthetic materials, tying the materials systematically to a

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