Purple has been an excellent producer for us for several years, and this fly is no exception. Whether you fish it as a weight fly, under a hopper, or as a dropper fly on a Euro rig, it produces fish. Great template to tie in other colors as well!
Fly Fishing Film Tour Rapid City 2020 -Wednesday, February 12th!
Show is at the Elks Theatre in downtown Rapid City – Doors open 6:30pm and show at 7pm
Come out and support the best F3T yet! Great Door Prizes
Tickets at the shop, Elkstheatre.com, or at the door!
This years F3T lineup looks to be one of the best yet – there’s a great variety of films to interest every angler! This is one of the favorite events in the Black Hills Fly Fishing community every year, and this year is going to be another fantastic showing. Here’s a...
If you’re fishing cranefly adults, this is one pattern you don’t want to be without – we had fantastic luck this year both dead drifting and skittering this pattern.
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Now that some of the snow has melted and getting to the streams is easier, the fishing has been solid! Rapid Creek, Spearfish Creek, and Spring Creek have been the three best options over the past couple weeks. The weather tomorrow looks to be fantastic, and will be a great December day to get out on the water.
Rapid Creek below Pactola is fishing well, primarily with nymphs. There’s still a few browns spawning, so be mindful of fish that are in water that seems abnormally shallow and fish that are obviously on redds – a circular, lighter colored piece of...
Mop flies have been really popular over the past couple seasons, and for good reason – they catch fish in a wide variety of conditions, and they have great action in the water. This is a variant that uses FNF Predator Worm material rather than mop chenille, which makes it more durable and gives the fly a little more life in the water.