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December Fly of the Month: Bonefish Squimp

Everybody should experience bonefish at least once in their life, and chances are if you do it once, you’ll be chomping at the bit to do it all over again […]

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November Fly of the Month: Coho Christmas Tree

Flash and coho salmon go hand and hand and I’ve maintained some iteration of a Flash Fly in my salmon fly boxes for as far back as I can remember. […]

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October Fly of the Month: Reverse Cutthroat Spider

Mike Kinney’s Reverse Cutthroat Spider goes back several decades to its proven inception as a heavy hitter in the sea run cutthroat hall of fame. It’s been catching cutthroat on […]

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September Fly of the Month: Duracell Nymph

Good flies come and go but the better ones eventually earn a permanent spot in your box. For me, a relative late comer to the popular Duracell Nymph, this pattern […]

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August Fly of the Month: Thin Mint Bugger

The Woolly Bugger is a stillwater staple and most effective lake boxes are stocked with a variety of sizes and colors. Indeed, you’ll find countless iterations of the Woolly Bugger […]

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July Fly of the Month: Hot Ribbed Hare’s Ear

I’ve been tying and fishing Hare’s Ear Nymphs since I was just a wee little upstart in the world of fly fishing. They worked wonders then and they continue to […]

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June Fly of the Month: Lunch Money

When I first came upon Matt Bennett’s Lunch Money Streamer it was love at first sight. There is no doubt that big predatory species go nuts over large, multi-jointed mega-sized […]

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May Fly of the Month: Jig Bugger

Jig style flies have become more and more popular in recent years. I think part of their success comes from their sheer versatility in the number of ways they can […]

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April Fly of the Month: Bloody Tan Chironomid

Getting into the chironomid game can be an intimidating venture for the uninitiated. All the colors, sizes, colors, blends and rib combos might seem a little overwhelming. It’s still true […]

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March Fly of the Month: Chum Baby

With the first signals of Spring, juvenile salmon begin to emerge from the rivers around the west coast after a long, cold winter developing beneath the gravel of a stream […]

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