Simple is often best. This fly is easy to fish and good for just about any trout waters.
This is an attractor fly. Give it a shot when there is little happening on the surface.
Work this fly close to the bottom in shallow water early in the afternoon.
Use this just as the caddis hatch is starting to emerge.
Gold Bead Wooly Bugger
This variation of the classic wooly bugger pattern adds weight and sinks the fly deeper.
This is a popular wet fly with a dry fly variation. Fish this about mid-level in the water.
This is the old "Lady of the Lake" design. It is elaborate and hard to find but very effective.
This is best used to imitate bait fish below the surface of the water when there isn't a hatch.
This generic design is used to imitate non-traditional hatches, such as beetles.
When you don't have an exact match to what the fish are eating, throw this out there.
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