What flies should you take with you
What flies should you take with you on your fly fishing trip is as important as what rod and reel to take. This post may shed some light on the matter.
Tim Sickles on Instagram: “Flashback Hare's Ear variation with a bead in the thorax. • • • • #flytying #flyfishing #flyfishfood #fireholeoutdoors #nymphingainteasy…”
2,755 Likes, 43 Comments - Tim Sickles (@tim_sickles) on Instagram: “Flashback Hare's Ear variation with a bead in the thorax. • • • • #flytying #flyfishing…”
Don Bastian Wet Flies Wet fly photos, recipes, interesting information and other fly tying endeavors - campinglivez
Don Bastian Wet Flies Wet fly photos, recipes, interesting information and other fly tying endeavors...
Fishing for Bass with Electronic Lures - Fishing Tips at TryFishingTips.com
It would be wise to choose a fly that closely resembles insects in the area you are fly fishing at. Try turning over a rock and matching your lures to the bugs you see under it. This will allow your flies to look more authentic, resulting in more bites. Try doing fly fishing. There are …
On a shelf in the shop was a little book that was propped open. It was Leisenring and Hidy's The Art of Tying The Wet-Fly and Fishing The Flymph. Inside, I found a treasure of patterns and some fishing instructions and I suddenly switched gears and began fishing these great little flies.
Cornwall?s Orange Nymph (SBS)
https://farm1.staticflickr.com/965/26983343837_4777c7df9c_c.jpg A Pheasant Tail tied with GP tippet instead. Ted here unweighted (cuz I can't find the spool of .025 non-tox I just bought); beadhead or wraps of non-tox under the thorax optional. hook - Mustad 9671 #10 thread - UTC 70 burnt orange tail - golden pheasant tippet rib - small oval tinsel gold abdomen - dubbing orange