Baetis time is here again!  When fishing, I fish this fly as a dropper or the bottom fly in a two fly set-up. I have much better luck when...

Baetis time is here again! When fishing, I fish this fly as a dropper or the bottom fly in a two fly set-up. I have much better luck when.

Written by: Mark Weaver, The High Lonesome Ranch Fish in spring-fed mountain ponds can be both spooky and picky, so fly choice is important. Photo courtesy The High Lonesome Ranch Our fishery here at The High Lonesome Ranch starts at 7,200 feet in the Western Colorado Rockies and works its way down the North Dry Fork Valley into a series of spring-fed beaver. . .Read More »

Top 10 Flies for Mountain Stream-and-Pond Systems

Pheasant tail with a gold bead head and crystal flash tied in along the top.

Fly Fish Food — And here’s a kicked up Drake version of a pheasant...

flyfishfood: “ And here’s a kicked up Drake version of a pheasant tail. Olive PT fibers and a Crawler head for Mr.

Black Pheasant Tail Nymphs. For more fly fishing info follow and subscribe www.theflyreelguide.com Also check out the original pinners/creators site and support

Manic Tackle Project, Fly Fishing Article by Rene Vaz - Sink Rate of Nymphs in Rivers - Sink Rates of Nymphs - Testing The Theories

Another awesome looking caddis that's easy to tie.For more fly fishing info follow and subscribe www.theflyreelguide.com Also check out the original pinners site and support

Another awesome looking caddis that's easy to tie.For more fly fishing info…

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