Maybe this will work -
Type: Posts; User: herefishy
Maybe this will work -
John Scott had quite a post on them back in 2009 - "cdl nymphs"
simpson, gumpertz and hager? st george hospital? Just what is sgh?
And more and more, I'm seeing no CP used - controversial subject. Did that on my last one and liked it fine. That really speeds up the process. Assemble, glue, wrap, finish.
That's the perfect rod for your Madison trip. Planning is half the fun.
What a tragedy after her difficult start - prayers go out for her and her family.
The putty works well, but seems to leave a residue that gets on your line when you wind it up. Also, it is hard to judge just how much you have on when dealing with tiny amounts like on the San Juan....
Don't know if Rock Creek fishes well this time of year, but everyone should fish it once in their life. If you're up for a drive, go to Phillipsburg and hit the upper end of Rock cr. Don't try to...
Thanks, will try some with the Veevus.
Was just reading about these flies, and wondered if anyone ties them in a smaller size, like for BWO's? Or is their effectiveness solely for imitating those large caddis? jSeems like there are other...
Yarn is the gold standard of indicators on the San Juan, but there are easier indicators to use, like maybe a tiny thingamabobber. Just keep that yarn in reserve. I put a palsa up higher on my line...
http://ifly4trout.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=1071 - look here for the most important info. the flies you use aren't as important as the depth they're at - make sure and have some teeny weights, size...
I don't leave my flies intentionally where fur buddy can get them, but I drop an inordinate number that I never can find till they find my foot.
As I was picking up another fly off the carpet, I noticed my dog licking her chops and it occurred to me that fur and feathers must be awfully tasty to our critters. Do you ever hear of them...
There are a few places that you shouldn't miss that your dog will be too far away to wait for you indefinitely - namely the Upper Flats. But most of the river is narrow enough that you can park him...
Mike, you came through for me again. Will pm you the pertinent info. Thanks for the info on the gvx.
For those windy days, but can't fling a fast rod, seems like the only thing I enjoy is my old LL's. Did they even make a 6 wt LL? Is there a modern equivalent? Like a VPS maybe? I have a TFO Pro,...
So, none of the lines has been trimmed?
Wow, you have sure gone to a lot of trouble for us - thanks.
Attractor time around where we are - gotta try this one. Are Congo Hair and Widow's Web Antron? Or Polypro? I have a lot of Antron, but have a feeling it doesn't float as well as Poly pro.
Nice tie - I love F&A patterns.
Lucky you - my favorite. Could it be BWO time yet?
Is that old friend you fished on the way home the one that has a few snakes along it? We were over that way last year and almost checked it out till I remembered what someone said about the buzzworms.
Is limpness subjective? Or is it testable?
OK, that sounds like it makes a Czech hopper, all right. They do like that rainbow cz nymph around there, I remember.