The Big Thompson is flowing fast and hard. The color of mud, chocolate.
Big flies to carry big loads.
Stimulator, my all time goto fly as well as my favorite fly overall. Able to carry large droppers, leap tall buildings...oh sorry wrong story. I just love this bug.
Kauffmans Stone Fly. Easy to tie and really very realistic stone fly imitation. I love to use this pretty much all summer as well as now, in early to mid spring.
A cool cased or emerger caddis. Also easy to and trout just love the darn things.
Great Post, your fly tying as well as your writing are improving very much. Keep up the good work!ReplyDelete
Thank you Justin. Practice, practice. Now if the trout would practice biting my flies! Hehe.ReplyDelete
what color of bead is on the emerger? Great postReplyDelete
Dustin, the bead a shiny black bead. Going to tie up a few?ReplyDelete
yeah I was looking at it and I figured you can never have too many emergers! Thanks for following up on my question. Is it a glass or brass? I have a ton of glass ones that should work perfetReplyDelete
I also make a version with either green or black glass beads. I recently found some Montana Fly Tying beads in sparkle green(brass) that I really am excited about. Bought some blue ones as well to tie with Craven's Poison Tongue. Really love that fly. Who would have thought trout like blue jewelry!ReplyDelete
good looking bugs...great post!ReplyDelete