When trout are repeatedly rising for flies, My “Floating Menace” is the pattern to try. Tied parachute style, this fly is absolutely deadly when fish are feeding on insects trapped in the surface. The thing that sets parachute flies apart is the way the hackle is tied around a wing post, which sits upright at 90 degrees to the hook shank. …FISH-ON!
Irritating a Cranky TroutLearn More »
Irritating a Cranky Trout
In the fall, Brook and Brown trout are very agitated and aggressive due to their spawning in late summer or autumn. What I’m saying is they are down right cranky; [...]
Eggs, Anyone?Learn More »
Egg patterns are increasingly effective in water where eggs from spawning fish are floating around. Browns and Brook trout will both eat eggs that are produced by their brethren.
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Set the Hook
Take out your tackle box some night while watching WFN and follow these tips to get the most out of your fishing hooks!