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  • Uploaded: Aug 24, 2009
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  • Instructions: No
Eyed Critter Steelhead

Eyed Critter Steelhead

When you're looking for something big, ugly and heavy - this is the fly to choose. This fly came about while I was trying to come up with something big to fling with my spey rod. I also tie a lot of steelhead jigs and my favorite the past couple se ...

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  • Uploaded: Aug 24, 2009
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  • Instructions: No
Elk Hair Wulff

Elk Hair Wulff

A basic Wulff style mayfly imitation using Elk Hair for the split wings. This is a fly I always carry with me in either brown or olive colors. Not only is it a very high floating mayfly, but it will pass as a smaller caddis.

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Tungsten Stonefly Nymph

Tungsten Stonefly Nymph

Here is another fly I tie in the late summer, but not because there are lots of them around. I tie up several of these because it's the time of year I tie my October Stimulators in anticipation of the October Caddis Hatch. I just happen to use the ...

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  • Uploaded: Aug 24, 2009
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October Stimulator

October Stimulator

This is a fly I like to use here in Oregon around the time of the October Caddis Hatch. It's your basic Stimulator with my own custom dubbing blend or angora dubbing. The mix is as follows: 1 part of each - blue, green, purple and yelllow: 2 part ...

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  • Uploaded: Jun 23, 2009
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  • Instructions: Yes!
Steelhead Leach

Steelhead Leach

This is a great leach pattern developed by Rich Youngers, owner of Creekside Fly Fishing in Salem, Oregon. It's a great all-around pattern. Use brighter colors in the winter and spring, then mute it down a bit in the summer as the water clears and ...

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  • Uploaded: May 21, 2009
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  • Caught: Mar 29, 2009
Dave's Native Rainbow

Dave's Native Rainbow

This beauty took a bead head prince nymph on a dead drift about 20 yds downstream of a very wide riffle/rapid line. The take was subtle, but the fight was spectaular on a 4 wt. rod (the first rod I built). Technically, the Oregon DFW would classify ...

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  • Uploaded: Mar 25, 2009
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Spring Break Stonefly

Spring Break Stonefly

This fly imitates the spring hatch of stoneflies here in western Oregon. A fairly large bug up to 1 1/2" in length. Dark Brown segmented body with Orange/Red separating the segments. Large translucent wings. These are bank hatchers that climb stre ...

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  • Uploaded: Mar 25, 2009
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Quill Body BWO Emerger

Quill Body BWO Emerger

A companion fly to the quill body BWO adult (callibaetis). Use when fish are sipping the emerging flies or attacking them below the surface. Notes: Soak quills in warm water to soften. Tie in deer hair for wing at 1/3, bind down then fold forwa ...

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Quill Body BWO

Quill Body BWO

A variation of the common Blue Winged Olive (Callibaetis) Mayfly. Here on some Oregon Rivers the BWO's are a dark olive color with very light yellow body segmentation. The wings are a dark dun color - almost charcoal grey. Hook size to match your ...

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  • Uploaded: Feb 6, 2009
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Eyed Egg

Eyed Egg

A simple egg pattern with weighted dumbell eyes to get the fly down in the water column and bounce along the bottom. The eyes are tied on top of the hook which causes the fly to drift upside down (hook up) reducing snags. Start thread near the ey ...