When water is a bit broken, I have good luck using dropper flies with some color. Sometimes, a fly incorporates a hot spot. Sometimes, it is a bit flashy. As I’ve written before, I have good results year-round with the Rainbow Warrior. Inventor Lance Egan ties them down to size 20, and so, I’ve made
One of my go-to flies this past year is Lance Egan’s Rainbow Warrior. For some reason, trout really love it. It’s bright, has an interesting thorax from a magical material, and has a red-thread body underneath some plastic material. And, it’s extremely rugged. As I’ve blogged before, Lance is on the national fly fishing team.
My first #flytying love: the Frenchie. HT @lanceeganflyfishing. #flyfishing #euronymphing A post shared by BlogFlyFish (@blogflyfish) on May 16, 2017 at 4:10am PDT I think it is great that USA team member Lance Egan now works with the folks at FlyFishFood.com. As you may know, Egan has invented some amazing patterns, such as the Red
Lance Egan’s Red Dart. Via @lanceeganflyfishing #flytying #barbless #flyfishing #orvis #euronymphing A post shared by BlogFlyFishMA (@blogflyfishma) on Jan 2, 2017 at 4:16am PST I’ve longed fished the Frenchie well before I knew that Lance Egan invented it. I recently watched his Modern Nymphing video and listened to a podcast that featured him. (I love