Midge dries are a very underutilized patterns when it comes to warm winter days. This cluster midge aids in one of the biggest problems which is being able to see it along with helping keep it afloat.
This method is how we get the perfectly spaced legs every time we tie rubber legs. Hope this trick helps and look for more fly tying tips coming soon!
The Snake River along with many other western tailwaters is primarily used for irrigation. This means that flows tend to be high and steady from memorial day into early September. This is great for aquatic insects and fish alike as steady flows of cool water is essential for growth. The high flows also grant baitfish and minnows a relatively safe place to live and grow in the shallows. When irrigated crops are ready to be harvested, farmers typically call for less water from rivers and flows can drop dramatically. Shallows along the sides of these big rivers dry up and force baitfish and minnows to leave their safe summer haunts and venture out into the main stream. This can make...
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