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If you want to learn how to caught fish like the one Dave Tucker has in his hand, go to PDF Downloads and eBooks in PDF format on this web site. There you can read the article and even download it to your phone or computer.
The one thing that most of us agreed upon yesterday, 1/6/2018, was that size matters. Go small. Even a large fish will take a tiny insect, lots of them. I had previously believed that a size 20 fly was the smallest I could tie or attempt to attach to a tippet on a regular basis. Now […]
Ice. It was literally freezing at Roaring River Saturday morning. John Bush had offered some magic formulla to put onto my fly line guides but I declined. Later, while fishing, I discovered ice on the forward guide on my rod. I occasionally felt what seemed like ice cystals on my line and once, I was […]
I am happy to report that the line did not freeze to the guides and my reel never froze up. Larry Olson and I took advantage of our last opportunity to fish in 2017. There were more people there than we expected but we didn’t have to crowd anybody. We each caught a few. Most […]
In Larry Wegmann’s article, Midges, he writes, “I discovered the photo of an emerging pupa with gill filaments and added this to my new flies. I waited for the most difficult time to try the gilled midge, a clear blue sky at noon. The pool I was fishing provided 20 trout that morning. Jerry Jester […]
Go to MTFA’s web page and under the Resource tab, you will find the new folder – PDF Downloads and Ebooks in Pdf Format. Check it out.
Check out the new fly that have been added to MTFA’s Fly Tying Recipes on this web site. We have taken the Root Beer Midge and per Larry Wegmann suggestion, added the filaments. Larry said that this has been doing astoundingly good. Larry is planning on writing an article for the newsletter with full explanation […]
Nylon is a strong, lightweight, thin, single continuous fiber and does not absorb water. It is a great material for fly tying but you will have to search for it in other places than your local fly shop. Once you find it, you are going to have to take a little time and effort getting […]
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