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    Default SPECIAL FLIES OF YELLOWSTONE COUNTRY - EOTG - Jun 02, 2014

    SPECIAL FLIES OF YELLOWSTONE COUNTRY


    The White Miller caddis (Nectopsyche) hatch was excellent along the meadow section of Madison River. I enjoyed it very much though yesterday evening's experience was slightly nagging me. After the hatch and rise were over, besides lunch break, I went back to the town of West Yellowstone. I dropped by Blue Ribbon Flies (www.blue-ribbon-flies.com). I brought my camera with me to show the little caddis in question.

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    This is a neat article. It looks like a fairly simple fly to tie too. Which with my fly tying skills is very important. LOL. I hope one day to be able to visit Yellowstone, that's the one place in the whole world I want to see more than any other! Thanks for taking the time to write this up.

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    The mountains are calling, and I must go.

    John Muir

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    Nice article. For the White Miller hatch last fall, I had luck with some of Walter Wiese's patterns; all were easy to tie.

    http://www.flyanglersonline.com/bb/s...-White-Millers

    Hope you do get the chance to fish there some day; it's a special place.

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    Scott

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