Category Archives: Flies and Fly Tying

The San Juan Worm

The San Juan Worm: The San Juan Worm may qualify as the Rodney Dangerfield of the fly world. Believe me, its gives some serious anglers the heebie-jeebies. They love to hate it. Wouldn’t be caught dead with one in their … Continue reading

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Its Chernobyl Ant Time!

Its Chernobyl Ant Time! :  Ahhh…summer is finally here in full force; yeah the heat is on. That means cold beer in your cooler and terrestrial flies in your vest. Yes, hoppers, beetles, cricket, and caterpillar imitations are a must … Continue reading

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Yes, the Half & Half is a Great Fly

Yes, the Half & Half is a Great Fly: In November of last year I wrote a post on the Half & Half. Yes the Half & Half is a great fly. And why wouldn’t it be? It combines two … Continue reading

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More about the Neon Crab fly

Awhile back I began exploring the potential of brightly colored crab flies. Well its time to talk more more about them -more about the Neon Crab fly. Back in January of this year, I caught the above red.  If you … Continue reading

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The Half & Half is a Great Fly

No question, the Half & Half is a great fly. Not familiar with the Half & Half? You should be. Its two of the finest flies ever devised melded together. It is half Lefty’s Deceiver and half Clouser Deep Minnow. … Continue reading

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