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Friday Night Flies – FNF Cahill Wet Fly
Another classic pattern that everyone should have in there box. You can tie it in different colors to represent different insects. Troll it , strip it,using a sinking tip or a dry line this fly will pay dividends in the net.
Hook : daiichi size 10 wet fly hook
Thread: ultra burnt orange 70
Tail: mallard flank wood duck
Rib: ultra wire hot yellow
Body: Superfly orange squirrel dubbing
Wing: mallard flank wood duck
Collar:coq de Leon cape brown
Flash :superflash holographic copper
Head : burnt orange thread
Friday Night Flies – BK Micro Leech
This pattern is very similar to the FNF Mayfly Nymph. When you find a pattern that works great you try to refine it using different materials to cover more bases. The mayfly Nymph when tied more bulky was working better, once it was tied bulkier it looked more like a micro leech. That being said lets make a micro leech similar to the mayfly nymph using more traditional colors with a hint of “new school”. Enjoy the show.
Hook: size 6 curved caddis
Tail: Pheasant Tail
Body: Brown Rams Wool blended with Superfly Diamond Dub Rusty Brown 2:1
Collar: Mallard Flank wood duck, diamond dub olive bronze
Bead: Red 5/32.
Friday Night Flies – White Lightning Damsel Nymph
I was taking notes while out on the water today. Lots of light colored Damsels making their way to shore for emergence. They slowly wiggle across the upper levels of the water towards the shores edge making them vulnerable to cruising trout. The most effective way to fish this pattern is with a full floating line and a long leader. Short 4 inch continuous strips will induce a strike.
Hook: size 6 curved caddis
Thread: Uni-Thread 6/0 Camel
Eyes: 40lbs Mono
Tail: Marabou Tan
Rib: Ultra Wire SM Brown
Body: Ostrich Tan
Legs: Krystal Flash Olive
Head: Ice Dubbing Brown.
Friday Night Flies – Mayfly – Mosquito
This dry fly builds on the proportions and techniques of last weeks fly. It is a great imitation for adult mayflies, mosquitoes and chironomids. It’s an easy pattern to tie once you get the proportions of the wings down, it’s better to err on the side of smaller than too big. Play around with the colors of the wings to make them easier to see in the water. The fish won’t see the color of the fly, as it will be silhouetted against the sky, so colors aren’t too important.
Hook: Daiichi 1170
Thread: Danville’s 70 black
Tail: Grizzly hackle fibres
Body: Superfly Moose mane coated with Solarez super thin uv resin
Wing: Grizzly hackle tips
Hackle: Grizzly hackle.