Monthly Archives: April 2003

Ant Fly Pattern

For the fly fishers I know best, the ant is pretty much a "marginal" pattern. While terrestrials in general fall into this category for many fly fishers, the ant is one that deserves a bit more attention. From a tying standpoint, there are few flies that are easier than the ant. It […]

By |April 4th, 2003|Tying Dry Flies|0 Comments

Opening-Day Nymph

For trout fishers, there are few days so eagerly anticipated as the "opener." Most anglers have plans mapped-out months in advance, equipment prepared flies tied etc. For better or for worse, my openers have seldom unfolded as expected. There is one opening day that stands out above and beyond all the others […]

By |April 4th, 2003|Tying Nymphs-Emergers|0 Comments