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Body Glass Dip

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This is an awesome dropper pattern, especially for pickier tailwater fish. The original 3 Dollar Dip works great, but the Body Glass gives it some added durability and translucence. Brown seems to work as good as anything else, but Body Glass comes in a ton of colors, so don’t be afraid to mix it up a bit!


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Cheesman Canyon Emerger

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The Cheesman Canyon Emerger is a fantastic fly for picky tailwater trout, as well as during the first part of a BWO hatch. Great as a dropper behind a larger nymph or below a dry as an emerger.


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Barr’s Emerger

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The Barr’s Emerger has been one of the most effective fly patterns for imitating a mayfly nymph or emerger for a long time, and for good reason – it works! Easy to tie and easy to alter to match various types of mayflies. Works fantastic as a dropper below a dry fly before a BWO hatch!

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Foam Wing RS2 Fly Tying Video

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If you’re headed to the North Platte River near Casper, Wyoming this is a fly you definitely don’t want to be without! Brown, Gray, and Black have all been fantastic colors for us. Easy tie that catches fish!

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Fly Tying with Hans – CDC Adult Midge

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Midges are a staple in a trout’s diet, especially throughout the winter and spring. This is a simple tie that catches a lot of trout! Tie a few in different colors and sizes to match your local midge hatch.

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