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Black Hills Fishing Report April 9 2015

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  Fishing in the Hills continues to get better and better! Dry fly fishing has been great on Rapid Creek, Spearfish Creek, Castle Creek, and most all of our local streams. Little Black Stoneflies have been my bug of choice, but there are also BWO’s and Midges hatching as well. A size 18 Black and Dun […]

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Dry Fly Time!

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BWO’s have finally arrived. After last spring’s spectacular dry fly fishing, we’ve all been twiddling our thumbs waiting for them to come off again this year. Well, they finally have. I’ve talked to several guys in the shop today that have done extremely well late this week fishing the Baetis hatch. Shaun and I got […]

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Black Hills Flies for Fall Hatches

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In the Black Hills, some of our best dry fly fishing can be from late August to early October. Pale Morning Duns hatch reliably through most of September, and the Baetis hatch can be good all the way through October. Trout seem to have a sweet-tooth for these two varieties of mayflies, and fly anglers […]

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Summer Hatches! Trico Edition

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Tricos are the most prolific mayfly hatches of the summer. In the Black Hills the most reliable hatches of Tricos are found on Rapid Creek. Typically the hatches are thickest nearer Rapid City, however occaisionally there are fishable hatches above Pactola in the Silver City area. We also see hatches of tricos on Spring Creek, […]

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Parachute Adams Fly Tying Video

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Fly Tying with Hans- Parachute Adams Dry Fly from Dakota Angler & Outfitter on Vimeo. Tying the Parachute Adams Dry Fly Learn to tie the Parachute Adams Dry Fly. This pattern is indispensable- tie it in sizes 12-22 and you can match just about any hatch. The Parachute Adams is primarily used as a mayfly […]

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