Thank you guys!!:D
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Thank you guys!!:D
Excellent!! I agree, in my experience.
Thank you guys. Very interesting answers!
Hey guys...I was wondering: what size do you use more usually, when you go on dry flies? I mean not the big foam monsters, but the classic mayfly, caddis, imitations.
I love them for softhackles. Very productive here when nothing works, on brown or olive.
I purchased (time ago) India hen hackles from Cabela's. In brown and olive...great results just tying #14 nymph hooks with some peacock strands or rusty dubbing and the hackles. Wet fly style with...
Next November we start wetting our flies down here:D
If anyone dreamed sometime to know the Patagonian scenery and great trout fishing out of the high cost of lodges/guiding/transfer,...
Jumping out of the water?=caddis.
Just an EHK matching the size and color of the naturals. Walk the fly on the surface.
I know the situation and this worked OK.
I agree 100% on this.
...used 7X, 8X tippets?
Hey guys...any experience on that saltwater rod?
Thanks and good fishing:grin:
Best dry ever! I caught bonefish on EHK, low water flats in Belize. I am sure that in a 4/0 hook you can catch a sailfish or a mako.
Hook: #12 lazer sharp
Tail: Olive rooster feather fibers
Rib: Cooper wire
Body: Synthetic dubbing, olive
Wing: Mottled turkey, olive
Collar: India hen olive
McDonald's trout. Lots of combos.:o
Any experience here with that torpedo on fly? Tackle?
Thank you very much, guys!:D i'll try your recommendations.
NCVirginian...when Fenwick returned to build the HMG graphite rods, I purchased a couple (8wt and 5wt) through Cabelas. I was very lucky...
Hey guys...I'll have the opportunity to try some casts for carps in a big pond. Any ideas for which dries to use? MadamX? Caddis? :confused:
Griffith's Gnat & Adams.
This one is mine.
Muddler Minnow is the absolute champion. Perhaps a Bomber then. I fished Bombers as a regular walked fly for big trout and salmon and also in a bizarre way...with fast sinking lines. On both ways...
A Woolly Bugger imitates "everything". Depending on its color, size and materials can be a streamer, stonefly, leech, etc. Here in Argentina I caught not just trout and salmon but Dorado (Salminus...