Wilderness Fishing Flies...

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Teenage Entomologist, Jan 4, 2014.

  1. GAT

    GAT Active Member

    I only made one change.
     
  2. Salmo_g

    Salmo_g Active Member

    I haven't been high lake fishing for a while but sure hope to this year. I've got a new ultra-light float tube to try out. For dries I'm partial to Elk Hair Caddis and Parachute Adams, tho I could substitute a Stimulator for either of those. Seems like my number one, all around exploratory wet fly is a woolly bugger, followed by a small partridge and orange - or green, then a damsel nymph.

    Sg
     
  3. yarnie
    corkie
    heavi bead
    powerbait synthetic salmon roe
     
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  4. jake-e-boy

    jake-e-boy Banned or Parked

    no pink worm?
     
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  5. Old Man

    Old Man Just an Old Man

    EHC
    SJW
    Zebra nymph
    Copper john
    Royal Wulff
     
  6. Matthew LeBret

    Matthew LeBret Active Member

    No love for the Renegade :eek: KILLER on small trout water

    Adams
    Renegade
    pmd
    irresistible
    yellow jacket
     
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  7. JoshL98

    JoshL98 Member



    nice trout has nice colours on that 2nd pic
    before i watched a vid whenever they catch a trout or eomthing they give it a worm they put it in itd mouth lol
     
  8. Alexander

    Alexander Fishon

    Yeah, no force feeding there. ;). It did come out of the water when it assaulted that hopper.

    True story, was at a lake near Estes park CO (I forget the name) but as I was standing foot deep in the water my fly was dangling right over the water over a weed bed as I was doing something else (I forgot what - getting a stogie or something) and out comes a frigging green back cutty and takes my bug and it's hooked. I was startled because I wasn't paying any attention and certainly wasn't expecting action since my rod was in my armpit As I was grabbing something. I hadn't made a cast or anything my line was barely out. Crazy little fish. It seems the little ones are the most daring. :)
     
  9. astrofisher

    astrofisher Clear Skies

    Royal Wulff
    PMD
    BWO
    Partridge and orange soft hackle
    Olive Wolly Bugger
     
  10. Krusty

    Krusty Active Member

    Olive Willy
    Renegade
    Wooly Worm
    BiVisible
    Near-Enuff (you'd have to be old 'enuff' to remember 'Tap's Tips for this one).

    Old flies that work just as well as they ever did to catch fish (but not as well as they once did, to catch flyfishers' wallets).
     
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  11. Krusty

    Krusty Active Member

    That's why few of the little ones survive to be 'big ones'...they're doofus fish.
     
  12. wichaka

    wichaka Active Member

    I run some soft hackles on slow meandering mountain streams. I carry a GRHE and Pheasant Tail Flymphs, and Partridge and Orange and Partridge and Yellow wet flies. They all do real well.
     
  13. Brookie_Hunter

    Brookie_Hunter aka Dave Hoover

    Adams
    EHC
    Royal Coachman
    Copper John
    Prince Nymph

    If I could add a sixth, it would be an ant pattern as I had great success with it last Summer.
     
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  14. Rob Allen

    Rob Allen Active Member

    Renegade
    royal wulf
    soft hackle
    elk hair
    hare ear
     
  15. Teenage Entomologist

    Teenage Entomologist Gotta love the pteronarcys.

    It seems everyone likes the general patterns. Everyone knows small stream trout are like garbage disposals, and any of those trout would eat a grape if it had a dead drift.
     
  16. zen leecher aka bill w

    zen leecher aka bill w born to work, forced to fish

    Why make the solution harder than it is?
     
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  17. Krusty

    Krusty Active Member

    You gotta good grape pattern? Dry or wet? Is it an emerger grape? Spill the beans, kid.
     
  18. Craig Hardt

    Craig Hardt aka Nagasaurus

    Sounds intriguing. Mind posting a picture of your version of this pattern? There are several variations online.
     
  19. Trapper Badovinac

    Trapper Badovinac Author, Writer, Photographer

    Deer Hair Caddis
    Parachute Adams
    Quigley Cripple
    Peacock Soft Hackle
    Lovebug
     
  20. Patagonguy

    Patagonguy Active Member

    #18 PT Klinkhamer
    #16 Adams
    #14 Humpy
    Partridge & Orange softhackle
    #10 Olive Matuka