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Teal and Brown Wet Fly
Hook: Curved Shank #16 - #1/0 Weight: .010 Lead Wire Thread: Brown Tail: Teal Flank Rib: Copper Wire Body: Brown Dubbing Hackle: Dark Hen Cape Wing: Teal Flank Collar: Dark Hen Saddle
Orange Grizzly Fishhawk

Hook: Semi Dropped #12 - #18
Thread: Rusty
Tail: Grizzly Hackle
Body: Orange Wool
Hackle: Grizzly

Olive Fishhawk

Hook: Dropped Shank #14 - #20
Thread: Olive
Tail: Blue Dun Hackle
Rib: Single Super Hair
Body: Olive Stripped Peacock Eye
Hackle: Blue Dun

Peacock and Red

Hook: 2xl Nymph #8 - #14
Thread: Black
Tail: Red Quill
Rib: Fine Copper Wire
Body: Peacock Herl
Hackle: Brown
Wing: Red Quill

Magic Fly (Pale Watery wingless wet...

I will be the first to tell you that I don’t believe in magic bullet flies – flies that you tie on and start bailing fish. This pattern is the closest I’ve found to being the exception. The Sulphur hatch is notorious for producing stillborn flies and frustrated anglers. The same could be said of summer stenos, which have left me muttering to myself on more than one occasion. The first time I fished this fly, it was a classic June Sulphur night on the Farmington. I had a whole pool of trout at my command.

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