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Nate Bailey 12-31-2014 11:06 AM

Let's see some of your trout flies!
 
I have been swinging trout flies since I was a kid. over that 30 years I have came up with some great patterns and some not so great ones. lets see what you have came up with.

gt05254 12-31-2014 12:59 PM

Tanner's LBT (little brown trout)(hooked a trout the first time it was ever cast into a river!)
http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/h...psd6760e7d.jpg

A partridge and ice-dubbed soft hackle (hooked my largest landlock salmon to date on it:
http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/h...psbef2ccbb.jpg

Deep Green Beauty, which has hooked brook, brown and rainbow trout and landlocked and atlantic salmon:
http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/h...254/001-14.jpg

A simple purple and chrome streamer that landlocks and atlantic salmon kelts seem to like (this particular one had been through the wringer with a few kelts):

http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/h...ps125abb31.jpg

Gary

Cowildbill 12-31-2014 01:11 PM

two handed trout
 
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Here's a few of the flies I swing for trout. I like larger flies, but will also swing soft hackles and wets.
I also frequently add on an egg pattern. I know some may think it's not "pure" but oh well, it works.
Rod is a no brand single hand 11ft 5 wt, I built into a switch rod. Sage 108m reel, and ambush 6wt line.

Rickbjr 12-31-2014 01:28 PM

Cowildbill,

Always wanted try swinging a little pink worm like you have pictured. What is that tied with? And what's your experience swinging that?

Cowildbill 12-31-2014 02:12 PM

Pink worm
 
That is tied with trilobal? antron chenile. It's at its best on lake run rainbows in the spring. It will catch fish during the winter, but they tend to be stockers or smallmouth. If I give in to the "I just want to catch a fish" feeling I'll put that on trailed with a soft egg pattern. Stockers can be fun for awhile!
The river I fish in the winter is a tailwater with flows around 70cfps. There's a lot of slow to almost still water, and the state regularly puts in stockers. If I can't get the big fish I want, I will, on occasion slum.

AJS Reels 12-31-2014 03:42 PM

Wet Fly
 
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This pattern has scored some nice spring browns in coloured water.Single hand spey on Beulah classic lined with 280gr skagit.

TTL 12-31-2014 08:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AJS Reels (Post 1104561)
This pattern has scored some nice spring browns in coloured water.Single hand spey on Beulah classic lined with 280gr skagit.

Any chance you could post a clearer pic of the fly? Looks like something I should have in my box!

coastrider 12-31-2014 08:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gt05254 (Post 1104153)
Tanner's LBT (little brown trout)(hooked a trout the first time it was ever cast into a river!)
http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/h...psd6760e7d.jpg

A partridge and ice-dubbed soft hackle (hooked my largest landlock salmon to date on it:
http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/h...psbef2ccbb.jpg

Deep Green Beauty, which has hooked brook, brown and rainbow trout and landlocked and atlantic salmon:
http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/h...254/001-14.jpg

A simple purple and chrome streamer that landlocks and atlantic salmon kelts seem to like (this particular one had been through the wringer with a few kelts):

http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/h...ps125abb31.jpg

Gary

Gary, just love that first fly....simple and effective.

sent from the North Pole

Lawrence S 12-31-2014 08:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TTL (Post 1105097)
Any chance you could post a clearer pic of the fly? Looks like something I should have in my box!

I agree! It looks like it is a great little crayfish imitation for the lower Madison River!!

Lawrence S

AJS Reels 12-31-2014 09:05 PM

Wet Fly Detail
 
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Size 8 Tiemco 7999 , shank has a wrap of lead wire along its full length.2 ginger beer rubber legs per side. I'm not a perfectionist with my ties but they catch fish.

Rickbjr 12-31-2014 09:33 PM

Wow. Im diggin that. Thanks for posting clearer pics. Can you give the full recipe?

Back Eddy 12-31-2014 10:58 PM

Could you
 
Post a complete material list

Hardyreels 01-01-2015 02:27 AM

I use a lot of different flies, over the past couple years I've strayed into tubes and God forbid I even use weighted Sculpin patterns. I had given up weighted flies for years but came back, well because I had to in a way........... But, they fly below served for many years first in its original recipe and since 2006 in the adaptation I make now.

All species all the time, Ard's Nine Three;
http://i542.photobucket.com/albums/g...pseea74b48.jpg

This is the original version, The Nine Three;
http://i542.photobucket.com/albums/g...psa168c285.jpg

No weight just a regular streamer and I was able to fool trout and salmon for a long time with them.

Ard

Bwana Bill 01-01-2015 10:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hardyreels (Post 1105601)
I've strayed into tubes and God forbid I even use weighted Sculpin patterns.

Ard

Haven't we all, my friend!!!

Sculpin helmets on tubes. What shame we must endure!!

Always admired your take on the Nine-Three, by the way!

-Bill


http://i1347.photobucket.com/albums/...ps9ee91dd8.jpg

sazan 01-01-2015 12:30 PM

This is what I use for Alaskan Rainbows:

http://www.myfishingpictures.com/dat.../DSCN01322.JPG


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