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Caddis Sparkle Pupa

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I was recently on a fly fishing trip out to the metolius river and came across a pattern that I remember trying to tie in my youth.  The Caddis Sparkle Pupa, there was nearly an entire bin dedicated to this

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Flashback/Epoxy-Back Pheasant Tail Nymph

A great Callibaetis imitation for the lakes.   It can be tied with or without a bead head.   Lead can be added to the abdomin but be careful of extra bulk.  Simple quick and effective.  

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East Lake Report

I fished East Lake just south of Bend Oregon on Sunday to test out some new patterns.  This was my first trip back to East since my guided trip last fall.  I was operating without a depth finder but remembered

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Hotspot Wine Chironomid

I was visiting with a friend tonight and he was describing a hot Chironomid pattern that he has been using to crush at the lakes. I probably shouldn’t share but I changed a few things to protect the innocent. It

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Hot Spot Hare’s Ear

I have been playing with “Hot Spot” nymphs lately.  Adding some green, red or pink to the fly as an attractor.  There is a great deal of discussion on this lately on the blogs and boards.  One thing I read

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