Golden Stonefly Nymph: My Favorite Pattern

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I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love fishing big meaty flies.  It makes no difference whether you are talking top water or subsurface, there is something satisfying about tying a lunker of a fly on the end of your line instead of that size 32 midge.  A stonefly nymph often fits the bill.  We have a blast drifting …

Caddis Pupa: LaFontaine’s Deep Sparkle Pupa

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Caddisflies are hardy insects that can be found on a wide variety of freshwater habitats around the world.  They are more tolerant of water pollution than many aquatic life forms, and are often times the most abundant food source year round.  Pump the stomach of any of your caught trout… chances are good that there are caddis in there. It …