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Fly Fishing the Solitude-Montana
Fly Fishing Montana's Missouri River
Fly Fishing and Fly Tying Presentations
Alluring Photos for Publication

Dry Flies

Deer Hair Caddis

PMD Emerger

PMD Cripple

CDC Parachute

Parachute Adams

LaFontaine Royal Double Wing

LaFontaine Improved Buzz Ball

LaFontaine Caddis Emerger

Griffiths Gnat

Hi-Vis Parachute

Bucktail Caddis

Parachute Hopper Variant

Nymphs

Trapper's Lovebug

Pink Scud

Scudbug

Serendipity

Sparkle Caddis

Trapper's Woody

Trapper's Hit & Run

Lightening Bug

San Juan Worm

RS-2

The Nymph Formerly Known as Prince

Peacock Soft Hackle

Flashback Hare's Ear

Sparkle Caddis

Hook: Tiemco 2457, 2xs Scud hook

Size: 16-20

Bead: 3/32", black

Thread: 8/0 black

Body: Krystal dubbing or Scud dubbing, green

Rib: Fine red wire

Thorax: Kaufman Stone Blend, black

Notes: Often in the summer months the Caddis hatches don't really get going until evening, but prior to that time, during the daytime hours, the fish often gorge on the active pupae that often are free in the drift prior to emergence. Match colors to the species.

 

This fly pattern is excerpted from Fly Fishing Montana's Missouri River.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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