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Dry Spent Mayfly
One of the most popular patterns when there is a hatch of mayfly and the fish are taking on the surface.
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Traditional Wet Flies
Hatches begin as early as late March and continue until October, with the best activity in May and early June. The scientific name is genus Baetis (pronounce beet-us) and Diphetor but the are more commonly known as BWOs, blue wing or tiny olives
Sinkant & Floatant
An instant hit with fly fishermen as its a very popular long lasting silicone gel fly floatant, it is temperature sensitive and works best at body temperature hence always squeeze a drop onto your forefinger and make it more fluid by rubbing against your thumb then wipe the liquefied floatant onto the hackles, tail and wings or even...
Dry Flies - Traditional
The Royal Coachman is an American pattern that is the gaudy cousin of the British Coachman it is an excellent general purpose up-winged dry fly that can be used to represent many other large winged insects as well as May flies. It is an ideal wasp or bee pattern