1. March Brown Emerger

    03:42

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    Detailed instructions for tying a March Brown Emerger.

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    • Blind Squirrel finds Acorn

      00:42

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      Nice rainbow caught on the South Branch of the Raritan River in NJ.

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      • Hendrickson Klinkhammer Emerger

        11:17

        from William Grobe Added 111 0 0

        Hendricksons, Ephemerella Subvaria, are hopefully just around the corner this spring, so I'd thought I tie an emerger pattern for that hatch. Certainly not a secret, the Klinkhammer family of emergers has proven very popular and more importantly effective. The style of pattern gets the fisherman into two "separate" levels on the stream, sub aquatic and top water - throw in some excellent visibility - and heck - it is easy to see why people like this pattern. I think that emergers are mostly more effective in most hatch situations anyhow, so get busy - this fly works for just about any mayfly hatch you can think of.

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        • CDC Transitional Midge

          03:42

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          Detailed instructions for tying Rene Harrop's CDC Transitional Midge.

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          • Blinding Light Baetis

            12:09

            from Steve Collie Added

            A simple and very durable soft hackle BWO imitation tied in the round. Effective throughout the water column. Fish it with shot to get it down or on a greased leader in the film. I also tie this on a 60 degree jig hook. This size I typically fish in late winter and early spring and downsize for fall.

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            • Royal Gorgeous Caddis

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              from William Grobe Added 161 1 0

              This is a neat little fish catcher that I picked up out in Colorado that fishes equally well back east. The pattern mimics the ubiquitous green rock worm caddis that are so prevalent on many streams. The pattern has weight to get it down to the fish's eye level, sparkle to attract attention, and the small rubber legs in the dubbing provide some all important extra movement. I also tie this pattern in yellow, brown/white, and straight pale olive.

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              • Rainbow Warrior

                07:30

                from William Grobe Added 87 1 0

                The Rainbow Warrior is another great attractor nymph. Part Disco Midge, Part WD40, taking the fish catching features from both of those great flies. East of the Mississippi, I tie this pattern up to a #14. West, its down to #22. I have found this pattern equally effective from tailwaters to spring creeks to freestoners. Add a red bead to throw a little change up - you won't regret it.

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                • Klinkhamer

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                  Detailed instructions for tying a Klinkhamer.

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                  • Ginny Midge

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                    Detailed instructions for tying a Ginny Midge.

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                    • Hippie Chick Midge

                      04:11

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                      Detailed instructions for tying a Hippie Chick Midge.

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