Published Aug 11. 2014 - 6 years ago
Updated or edited Oct 13. 2018

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Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures Tom Melvin presents a staple Alaska pattern designed to imitate baitfish for rainbow, char, and grayling. This pattern is a staple in his box for Alaska and Kamchatka Yellow Dog Hosted Trips. Take a look as Tom spins up the design and details for this fly pattern.
There are many great fly patterns on the market today that have a reputation for constantly producing and enticing some of the pickiest fish in the world. Throughout our years of travel and fishing all over the world we’ve nailed down patterns we can trust and depend on. Some of these patterns are very well known and some are under the radar, but they all have one thing in common – the ability to reliably catch fish.
Here at Yellow Dog, we have quite a few anglers that prefer to tie their own patterns in anticipation of the next big trip. One of our main jobs is to make sure that each and every angler we work with is as well prepared as possible for that next big trip, we are confident in that having a couple of these patterns in your box will make a huge difference.
For more information or questions please contact Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures office for more information on fishing Alaska and Kamchatka!

Martin Joergensen

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