5 flies - All Situations

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Re: 5 flies - All Situations

Post by WT » Fri Dec 02, 2005 6:06 pm

In no particular order.Sparkle DunIris CaddisStimmyAntWoolhead Sculpin

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Re: 5 flies - All Situations

Post by unclejesse » Fri Dec 02, 2005 7:39 pm

X-caddisn Parachute Adamsn stimulatorn copper johnn hare's ears

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Re: 5 flies - All Situations

Post by wabos kid » Fri Dec 02, 2005 8:02 pm

wooly bugger (black)n muddlern cdc and elkn San Juan wormn Montreal or something similarn Les
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Re: 5 flies - All Situations

Post by Jed » Fri Dec 02, 2005 9:02 pm

Bead Head Gold Ribbed Hares Earn Prince Nymphn Griffith's gnat (I've fished them wet too)n Wooly Buggern Elk Hair CaddisThat would cover dry, wet, streamer, nymph and would work everywhere except for ocean speckled trout, sea run trout or Steelies. Maybe add a clouser hidden somewhere for some ocean action. jed

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Re: 5 flies - All Situations

Post by Jon » Fri Dec 02, 2005 10:07 pm

Harrop Hairwing Dun - in the right size and color, the only mayfly adult pattern I use, from lakes to spring creeks to pocketwater. The tail can be trimmed to make a usable caddis dry.Griffith Gnat - I also like these when they're barely floating as midge emergers. I've trimmed the bottom and made an emergency Trico cluster pattern. Wooly Bugger - need I say more.BH Pheasant Tail - ditto (I tie mine with a bead thorax, and I'm assuming the rules allow for tungsten, brass and glass bead versions)CDC Caddis - often works better damp than dry.The only reservations about this list would be that without a mayfly spinner pattern and a beetle I'd be caught short somewhere, sometime.

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Re: 5 flies - All Situations

Post by Smithhammer » Sat Dec 03, 2005 4:43 pm

Originally posted by nemo:n n 3)parachute adams (OK, I'll give you that one. But Smith, don't see the need for this AND a para ant AND a hopper.)
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Re: 5 flies - All Situations

Post by coolconman » Sat Dec 03, 2005 7:57 pm

Originally posted by stimmy:n The Worm...yep, there I said it; at leat my affair with Juan is in the open now! Whew...
I love/hate the worm, but dammit if it doesn't catch a shitload of fish. It's just a little too much like bobber/bait fishing. And when I want to do that, I find it's easier to hold a beer and cast a bait pole than hold a beer and cast a flyrod
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Re: 5 flies - All Situations

Post by Brookwookie » Tue Jun 20, 2006 12:09 pm

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Re: 5 flies - All Situations

Post by flyfisheraa573 » Tue Jun 20, 2006 1:00 pm

Para-Adamsn Turcks Tarantulan Power Ant (cinammon)n Pheasant Tailn Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear
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Re: 5 flies - All Situations

Post by Ian Forbes » Tue Jun 20, 2006 1:04 pm

Okay, I'll playThis is sort of like a parachute adams, and it's my first choice when trout are on mayflies
ImageThis bead head has ALREADY seen a bunch of trout but it's still working well
ImageI can't leave out the Wooly Bugger because it catches fish everywhere.
ImageVariations of the Deer hair caddis works for all caddis and stoneflies
ImageMy last choice was a difficult one, but I have to go with my O'Mykiss Marauder. I've caught too many salmon and steelhead with it to leave it behind.
ImageI'd like a sixth choice because of the variety of fishing I do. If I'm lake fishing I can get by with the Wooly Bugger instead of my O'Mykiss Marauder, but I'd hate to leave out a chironomid pattern.
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Re: 5 flies - All Situations

Post by banknote » Tue Jun 20, 2006 1:17 pm

caddis pupan EHCn golden stone nymph (HEAVY)n muddler variations n parachute adamson the bubble:n serendipity (light tan - try it)n flying antn hare's ear nymphn cdc loopwing emerger
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Re: 5 flies - All Situations

Post by Vermonter » Tue Jun 20, 2006 1:26 pm

Serendipity (Pearl and Peacock)n Pheasant Tail Alternative (see Charlie Craven's site)n Copper Johnn CDC and Elkn Caddis Humpy
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