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CHIRONOMIDAE…

aka Chironomids or non-biting midges. The midge was the first fly I ever learned how to tie.  A simple pattern with not much material on it has proven to be a very successful fly in my fly box.  When I … Continue reading

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Fly Fishing: Nymphing Setups (Keep It Simple At First)

Originally posted on SwittersB & Exploring:
Darlene Klein-Dolby on the Metolius River (M. P-A) The beginning fly fisher is quickly advised to not only fish the dry fly. Statistics are thrown out that 80-90% of a fish’s diet is comprised…

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