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.
TL;DR: Syl’s Midge is a go-to wet fly when trout are active but picky. One of my favorites. I first read about this pattern in David Hughes’ book, Handbook of Hatches: A Basic Guide to the Food Trout Eat and the Most Effective Flies to Match them. He rapturously writes about how incredibly effective it
One of the most effective colors in my fly tying arsenal is this: fluorescent orange. That color has worked wonders at the Farmington, Millers and Westfield East Branch rivers. I work with UTC thread to incorporate that color into some of my nymphs. Easy to do so. View this post on Instagram Orange did well
After hearing about some people at the Farmington who tightline bait, such as meal worms, I decided to play around at the tying bench. View this post on Instagram Will it hunt? Goofing around at the tying bench. #flytying #flyfishing #euronymphing #orvis A post shared by BlogFlyFish.com (@blogflyfish) on Sep 9, 2017 at 5:38am PDT