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One clever ad-lib on Troth's original design is the Peacock Caddis Black Caddis, an imitation of an emergent Black Caddis. This effective fly pattern is tied with the same light and durable elk hair wing, but its body is wrapped with attractive iridescent peacock herl, a tantalizing treat for hungry trout.
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detdesc::Some fly patterns stand the test of time. Like the clean and powerful
lines of Greek and Roman architecture, their elegant profiles carry the
best elements of the past into the future.

Way back in the
1950s, a native-Pennsylvanian-turned-rugged-Montana-trout-bum named Al
Troth wrapped some thread about a bit of elk hair fibers roughly
matched to the length of a hook shank. When Troth tied the first Elk
Hair Caddis did he know he had created perhaps the most effective and
improvised upon adult caddis imitation of all time?

One clever
ad-lib on Troth's original design is the Peacock Caddis Black Caddis,
an imitation of an emergent Black Caddis. This effective fly pattern is
tied with the same light and durable elk hair wing, but its body is
wrapped with attractive iridescent peacock herl, a tantalizing treat
for hungry trout.
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  • An attractive variation on a classic fly pattern developed by native Pennsylvanian and legendary Montana fly fishing guide, Al Troth
  • Black Caddis imitation in the emerger life stage
  • Use as either an impressionistic searching fly or as a realistic imitation when matching the hatch
  • Fish on a dead drift in low energy waters; lakes, eddys, and weedy spring creeks are perfect water for this fly
  • Be sure trout are feeding on caddis adults at the surface, not subsurface emergers and cripples
  • Always observe the rises of feeding trout and aim your dead drift directly at these rises
  • Hatches can occur throughout the day across North America
  • The most prolific hatches occur in eastern North America during May, while the western watersheds see two stages of activity from April to May and July to August
  • SIZE 18
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The classic Henryville Special is the perfect imitation of an adult little brown stonefly; a fly creation hungry trout will be happy to chomp!
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detdesc::In 1920, the Henryville Special was born. This hackle-heavy fly was
first tied by Hiram Brobst in Palmertown, Pennsylvania to imitate local
caddis on Broadhead Creek near Henryville. The fly was originally
called the "No Name" caddis, but received its modern name from another
northeastern angler, Al Ziegler.

The Henryville Special has
its design origins in an English sedge pattern called the Kimbridge
Sedge and today its many variations are used to imitate a wide variety
of caddisflies around the world - it's known by many as THE caddis
imitation. The classic Henryville Special is the perfect imitation of
an adult little brown stonefly; a fly creation hungry trout will be
happy to chomp!
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  • Originally tied in 1920 by Hiram Brobst to imitate caddis on a local stream in Pennsylvania
  • This is THE classic adult caddis imitation
  • Caddis imitation in the mature larval life stage
  • Works brilliantly as an adult Little Brown Stonefly imitation as well
  • Fish on a dead drift through faster riffles and current seams
  • To imitate egg-laying females, add a few jerky twitches to the dead drift for a lifelike appearance
  • Be sure to scope out slower water below and adjacent to the higher energy sections of the river or stream and present the fly on a dead drift
  • When approaching slower and shallower water, be wary of disturbing holding fish and use more delicate dry fly presentations
  • SIZE 16
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The Hairwing Dun Colorado Green Drake is an great imitation of an adult western green drake mayfly. With a large tapered body, dark split tails, and dark, bushy wings, it's highly visible, rides high in the surface film, and can be fished effectively on light or heavy terminal tackle in soft or rough water.
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desc::The Hairwing Dun Colorado Green Drake is an great imitation of an adult western green drake mayfly. With a large tapered body, dark split tails, and dark, bushy wings, it's highly visible, rides high in the surface film, and can be fished effectively on light or heavy terminal tackle in soft or rough water.
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detdesc::Hairwing fly patterns of some stripe or another have become modern
staples in the North American fly fishing game. The standard hairwing
pattern west of the Mississippi is the Hairwing Dun, essentially an
adaptation of the Elk Hair Caddis for anglers interested in mayfly
imitations. The design for the Hairwing Dun is often credited to Rene
and Bonnie Harrop, who popularized the pattern after opening their St.
Anthony, Idaho-based fly tying business along the storied margins of
the Henry's Fork in 1968.



The Hairwing Dun Colorado Green Drake is an great imitation of an adult
western green drake mayfly. With a large tapered body, dark split
tails, and dark, bushy wings, it's highly visible, rides high in the
surface film, and can be fished effectively on light or heavy terminal
tackle in soft or rough water. Make sure you're prepared next time you
witness the magical moment when those burly western trout key in on
those dark-winged green giants.
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  • This fly pattern was heavily promoted by Idaho-based fly tying professionals, Rene and Bonnie Harrop
  • The pattern is highly visible and is a mayfly adaptation of the popular hairwing caddis patterns
  • Western Green Drake imitation in the adult or dun life stage
  • Fish as a realistic imitation when matching the hatch
  • Fish on a dead drift in slower water as emerging and hatching western Green Drakes favor medium to slow currents for emergence
  • Look for sheltered areas with lots of subsurface vegetation or rocky structure and fish with an upstream presentation, mending line for a dragless dead drift
  • Best results just prior to and during a hatch
  • Emergers hatch from early morning through mid-afternoon hours
  • When targeting fish during a prolific hatch, aim for specific rises
  • SIZE 12
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The CDC Rusty Spinner Pale Morning Dun is an effective imitation of a Pale Morning Dun mayfly in the spinner life stage. This design boasts long and defined split tails and spent wings of CDC for a smooth and dry flush-with-the-surface drift.
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detdesc::Before the days of fancy fly floatants and other products designed to

keep dry flies drier for longer, fly tyers relied heavily on the

physical properties of natural materials to do the trick.

The

Cul du Canard or "CDC" feather of a common duck is found and harvested

from an area near the animal's preen glands, the center where natural

oils are produced in order to keep the duck warm and dry on the water.

CDC feathers are impregnated with these oils and are extremely water

repellent, an attribute many fly tyers of the past exploited to keep

their flies riding high and dry.

The CDC Rusty Spinner Pale

Morning Dun is an effective imitation of a Pale Morning Dun mayfly in

the spinner life stage. This design boasts long and defined split tails

and spent wings of CDC for a smooth and dry flush-with-the-surface

drift. This classic will have trout in a frenzy and it'll perform cast

after cast.
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  • This fly pattern includes naturally water repellent CDC feathers as wings, allowing it to sit flush with the surface through the drift
  • The fly sports a thick abdomen, prominent tails, and spent wings of CDC feathers
  • Pale Morning Dun imitation in the spinner life stage
  • These bugs are active in the spring from May to August
  • Use as a realistic imitation when matching the hatch during a spinner fall
  • Fish on a dead drift in medium and slow water; slow-moving eddys can be extremely productive during and after a spinner fall
  • Best results early in the morning or later in the evening
  • Minimize surface commotion in clear or shallow water by using long leaders and light tippet
  • Giving the fly a few twitches during the drift can simulate the struggle of a spent insect and attract opportunistic trout
  • When imitating a drowned spinner, it's often useful to use a nymphing strategy with a strike indicator and a short leader
  • Pale Morning Dun spinner falls often are simultaneous with emerging adults, so it pays off to observe which flies trout are actually feeding upon
  • SIZE 18
Leland on Umpqua In 1972 a man named Dennis Black and his fly tying skills found themselves in high demand. Mr. Black, then a professional production fly tyer, was famous in the industry for his unsurpassed skill and speed with whipping up tremendously beautiful and precisely constructed flies. It wasn't long until this young fly tying superstar realized that he ought to take his consistent approach to quality to the next level. Shortly after this realization, a small army of fly tyers had banded together to support Mr. Black's vision. With the likes of Dave Whitlock, Jack Dennis, and Andy Puyans, Mr. Black was officially in business. Dennis Black's new company Umpqua Feather Merchants quickly extended its reach and fly production capabilities with expansion into India, Sri Lanka, and Thailand, where the world's first and full blown "fly tying factories" were built. Since those early days, only the highest standard of excellence has marked Umpqua and this commitment to quality and efficiency continues to spur the company forward. Dennis Black's innovative vision for "fly production" has truly revolutionized how the fly industry operates and has ultimately made the majority of production flies better. From the first "royalty system" for rewarding the most creative professional fly tyers to streamlining production systems and offering a range of other products, Umpqua Feather Merchants just seems to "do it all." Today, Umpqua Feather Merchants is without a doubt the world's best and most prolific supplier of hand tied fly fishing flies as well as fly tying hooks and materials, and they recently got better! Umpqua's brand new, state of the art headquarters in Louisville, Colorado marks another paradigm shift in the way fly tying business is done. From its vast warehouse to its specially designed inventory management and tracking system, Umpqua is poised to continue its energetic trajectory and lead the way for the next generation of flies and fly tyers.
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A great imitation of an early season mayfly, Jacklin's March Brown Nymph, with its long split tails and shaggy, tapered body of blended dubbing, has literally become the go-to nymph for trout anglers around the world.
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detdesc::Many of the most successful fly fishers have taken pride in “keeping

things simple,” and with all the complexity and pace of the modern

world, this is probably one of the most attractive characteristics of

the sport.

When West Yellowstone fly fishing guide, Master fly

casting instructor, and commercial fly tyer, Bob Jacklin, set out to

produce the ultimate march brown nymph imitation, he decided to keep

things simple – it worked.

Today, Jacklin’s March Brown Nymph,

with its long split tails and shaggy, tapered body of blended dubbing,

has literally become the go-to nymph for Jacklin. He always ties this

clever fly pattern on the end of his leader when searching for big

brown trout and rainbow trout. Anglers around the world have also made

this a go-to selection, and whether far or wide, near or far, Jacklin’s

March Brown Nymph is a fantastic offering for feeding trout.
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  • This fly pattern was developed by veteran fly fishing guide and casting instructor, Bob Jacklin of the famous West Yellowstone, Montana area
  • March Brown imitation in the mature nymph life stage
  • Use as either an impressionistic searching fly or as a realistic imitation when matching the hatch
  • Hatches throughout North America occur during early spring (March through May)
  • Nymphs are active during the morning and afternoon with rare but sometimes productive activity during the evening hours
  • Fish on a dead drift in medium to fast water
  • Use a high stick nymphing technique through really fast riffles
  • When targeting fish during a prolific hatch, cast upstream and drift through the main current
  • Look for March Brown nymphs in slower water just prior to emergence
  • Trout feed on these insects with relative ease, so takes can be extremely soft – be ready to set the hook at the slightest twitch
  • Using yarn or a March Brown dry fly as an indicator can be quite helpful in revealing subtle takes
  • SIZE 14
Leland on Umpqua In 1972 a man named Dennis Black and his fly tying skills found themselves in high demand. Mr. Black, then a professional production fly tyer, was famous in the industry for his unsurpassed skill and speed with whipping up tremendously beautiful and precisely constructed flies. It wasn't long until this young fly tying superstar realized that he ought to take his consistent approach to quality to the next level. Shortly after this realization, a small army of fly tyers had banded together to support Mr. Black's vision. With the likes of Dave Whitlock, Jack Dennis, and Andy Puyans, Mr. Black was officially in business. Dennis Black's new company Umpqua Feather Merchants quickly extended its reach and fly production capabilities with expansion into India, Sri Lanka, and Thailand, where the world's first and full blown "fly tying factories" were built. Since those early days, only the highest standard of excellence has marked Umpqua and this commitment to quality and efficiency continues to spur the company forward. Dennis Black's innovative vision for "fly production" has truly revolutionized how the fly industry operates and has ultimately made the majority of production flies better. From the first "royalty system" for rewarding the most creative professional fly tyers to streamlining production systems and offering a range of other products, Umpqua Feather Merchants just seems to "do it all." Today, Umpqua Feather Merchants is without a doubt the world's best and most prolific supplier of hand tied fly fishing flies as well as fly tying hooks and materials, and they recently got better! Umpqua's brand new, state of the art headquarters in Louisville, Colorado marks another paradigm shift in the way fly tying business is done. From its vast warehouse to its specially designed inventory management and tracking system, Umpqua is poised to continue its energetic trajectory and lead the way for the next generation of flies and fly tyers.
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This simple fly pattern is constructed of two ingredients: peacock herl and grizzly hackle. It's unique mix of buggy, leggy, and iridescent qualities make it an adult midge imitation feeding fish simply can't resist!
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detdesc::From the banks of the scenic Au Sable River to the crystal clear trout
waters of New Zealand one of the best ways to snag a hungry trout is
with a delicate cast and a Griffith's Gnat.

This classic fly
pattern imitates an emergent or adult midge or midge cluster and can
bring huge returns for the prepared angler. The fly was invented by
American fly fishing legend and founder of Trout Unlimited, George A.
Griffith, who chose a simple design and common fly tying materials to
produce one of the world's most effective dry flies.

Tested on
Griffith's storied home water and proven along the banks of rivers and
streams, large and small, far and wide, Griffith's Gnat is the most
effective adult midge pattern ever tied, period. This simple fly
pattern is constructed of two ingredients: peacock herl and grizzly
hackle. It's unique mix of buggy, leggy, and iridescent qualities make
it a midge imitation feeding fish simply can't resist!
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  • Wickedly effective fly pattern developed by Trout Unlimited founder, George A. Griffitth
  • Known for its simple design and use of common materials
  • Midge imitation in the emerger or adult life stage
  • Adult midges are active early in the morning and later in the afternoon
  • During the early part of the day, look for midge clusters above slower water
  • In the afternoon and evening, look for egg-laying females at the water's surface
  • Be extremely careful not to disturb fish holding in slow water when fishing an adult midge pattern
  • It is paramount to angling success that you achieve a drag free drift when fly fishing with an adult midge pattern
  • Longer leaders are very useful when fishing adult midge patterns
  • SIZE 20
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The CDC Biot Comparadun PMD is an exceptional imitation of the classic mayfly, the Pale Morning Dun. With a slender biot body and a naturally water-resistant wing of puffy CDC feathers, this fly is a durable and highly versatile offering in a wide range of environments.
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detdesc::It's the magic of watching a dead drifted dry fly slink across the
surface of a beloved river or spring creek that keeps anglers coming
back to the sport. Season after season, trout bums relish the moment
when their dry fly pops under the surface film and the fight that
follows.

One of the most effective standard dry fly patterns
in North America is the Comparadun, introduced by Al Caucci and Bob
Nastasi in the 1972 fly tying book "Comparahatch." Many thought the
pattern couldn't be improved, until the CDC Biot Comparadun variation
was introduced with tremendous success on dry fly water, especially in
the American West.

The CDC Biot Comparadun PMD is an
exceptional imitation of the classic mayfly, the Pale Morning Dun. With
a slender biot body and a naturally water-resistant wing of puffy CDC
feathers, this fly is a durable and highly versatile offering in a wide
range of environments. Tie one on and step back; you'll have trout
leaping out of the stream to get a taste!
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  • This fly pattern is an effective dry fly imitation with its naturally water resistant CDC wing and slim biot body
  • It maintains a realistic and trim profile, but is highly visible in the water
  • Pale Morning Dun imitation in the adult life stage
  • Use as either an impressionistic searching fly or as a realistic imitation when matching the hatch
  • Fish on a dead drift in medium to fast water; perfect for riffles, runs, and tailouts
  • Fishing this fly towards the end of a prolific pale morning dun hatch to get the best results
  • Due to the importance of fishing this fly on a dead drift, long leaders and light tippet material are often necessary
  • SIZE 18
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Blue Ribbon's Green Drake Cripple is hand tied by the experts at Umpqua Feather Merchants to represent a Green Drake mayfly in its cripple life stage.
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detdesc::The
fly tyers and designers at Blue Ribbon Flies call the Yellowstone their
back yard and fish its vast waters nearly every day of the year. They
decided to come up with a mayfly cripple pattern that could stand up to
the toughest currents and riffles in their favorite beats; it wasn't a
surprise that Blue Ribbon's Cripple was born.

Blue Ribbon's
Green Drake Cripple is hand tied by the experts at Umpqua Feather
Merchants to represent a Green Drake mayfly in its cripple life stage.
The fly features a long, sturdy hook shank with thick wraps of tough
thread as well as a contrasting trailing shuck. It's topped with a
collar of stiff hackle fibers and a long, upright and forward wing.
This fly rides high on the surface film and is easy to spot in even the
choppiest currents.
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  • This fly pattern was developed by Blue Ribbon Flies of Yellowstone, Montana for the perfect blend of durability and fishability
  • Green Drake imitation in the cripple life stage
  • Use as a realistic imitation when matching the hatch
  • Fish on a dead drift in slower water as emerging western Green Drakes favor medium to slow currents for emergence
  • Look for sheltered areas with lots of subsurface vegetation or rocky structure and fish with an upstream presentation, mending line for a dragless dead drift
  • Add slight twitches to the drift to simulate the struggle of a crippled emerger
  • Best results just prior to and during a hatch
  • Emergers hatch from early morning through mid-afternoon hours
  • When targeting fish during a prolific hatch, aim for specific rises
  • SIZE 12
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A. K.'s well-loved Western March Brown is tied just like a classic American (or Eastern) March Brown mayfly dun, but displays the appropriate color palate to match the western species of this bug.
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detdesc::The subtleties of fly fishing in the western United States can be

overlooked by many anglers. Even the very best of the best sometimes

miss the slight differences between fishing the rich fly water from the

Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Coast.

But nothing gets by A.

K. Best, and when this veteran fly angler and fly tyer decided to tweak

a classic mayfly dun pattern for fishing out west, his meticulous

attention to detail payed off.

A. K.’s well-loved Western

March Brown is tied just like a classic American (or Eastern) March

Brown mayfly dun, but displays the appropriate color palate to match

the western species of this bug. This fantastic dry fly’s highly

visible upright wings, stiff hackle, tapered biot body, and long tails

allow it to float high on the water’s surface, even in the roughest

riffles in the west!
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  • This fly pattern was developed by A. K. Best, one of the world’s most well-known and revered fly tyers
  • March Brown imitation in the adult life stage
  • Use as either an impressionistic searching fly or as a realistic imitation when matching the hatch
  • A must-have fly pattern for any western fly angler
  • Hatches throughout North America occur during early spring (March through May)
  • Nymphs and emergers are active during the morning and afternoon with rare but sometimes productive activity during the evening hours
  • Fish on a dead drift in medium to fast water
  • When targeting fish during a prolific hatch, cast upstream and drift through the main current
  • Be sure to use lighter terminal tackle when fishing slower eddys and pools
  • Cooler, overcast days can produce some of the best hatches of March Browns
  • SIZE 14
Leland on Umpqua In 1972 a man named Dennis Black and his fly tying skills found themselves in high demand. Mr. Black, then a professional production fly tyer, was famous in the industry for his unsurpassed skill and speed with whipping up tremendously beautiful and precisely constructed flies. It wasn't long until this young fly tying superstar realized that he ought to take his consistent approach to quality to the next level. Shortly after this realization, a small army of fly tyers had banded together to support Mr. Black's vision. With the likes of Dave Whitlock, Jack Dennis, and Andy Puyans, Mr. Black was officially in business. Dennis Black's new company Umpqua Feather Merchants quickly extended its reach and fly production capabilities with expansion into India, Sri Lanka, and Thailand, where the world's first and full blown "fly tying factories" were built. Since those early days, only the highest standard of excellence has marked Umpqua and this commitment to quality and efficiency continues to spur the company forward. Dennis Black's innovative vision for "fly production" has truly revolutionized how the fly industry operates and has ultimately made the majority of production flies better. From the first "royalty system" for rewarding the most creative professional fly tyers to streamlining production systems and offering a range of other products, Umpqua Feather Merchants just seems to "do it all." Today, Umpqua Feather Merchants is without a doubt the world's best and most prolific supplier of hand tied fly fishing flies as well as fly tying hooks and materials, and they recently got better! Umpqua's brand new, state of the art headquarters in Louisville, Colorado marks another paradigm shift in the way fly tying business is done. From its vast warehouse to its specially designed inventory management and tracking system, Umpqua is poised to continue its energetic trajectory and lead the way for the next generation of flies and fly tyers.
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Burkholder's Bear Back Skwala is an impressive imitation of a skwala stonefly in its adult life stage. This medium sized offering has a long abdomen, buggy palmered hackle fibers, wiggly rubber legs, and a tuft of pink foam along its back for high visibility in rough spring water.
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detdesc::When spring dances along the banks of the rivers that trace a swath of the Pacific Northwest from Washington to Idaho and
Montana, a stirring among trout anglers itching for some
action can be felt.



Idaho-based fly fishing guide and innovative fly tyer, Ken Burkholder,
has fished more skwala hatches than probably anyone in the Pacific
Northwest. He knows and understands how to take advantage of banner
spring days when these olive-greenish-black stoneflies begin to fly off
the water's surface, and he's put his knowledge and observation into a
fantastic fly pattern for use in just such prime time occasions.



Burkholder's Bear Back Skwala is an impressive imitation of a skwala
stonefly in its adult life stage. This medium sized offering has a long
abdomen, buggy palmered hackle fibers, wiggly rubber legs, and a tuft
of pink foam along its back for high visibility in rough spring water.
When the melt hits the Clark Fork, there's nothing like fishing a Bear
Back Skwala.
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  • This fly was developed by Idaho-based fly fishing guide and fly tyer, Ken Burkholder specifically for the spring skwala stonefly hatches in the Pacific Northwest
  • Skwala stonefly imitation in the adult life stage
  • Use as either an impressionistic searching fly or as a realistic imitation when matching the hatch
  • Drift the fly through different water types; faster riffles and shallower water near the banks of a river with moderate to slow currents are the most productive water types for this fly
  • Skwala stoneflies are available to trout during the early season (February – April) in stretches of trout water in Montana and Washington
  • Hatches occur consistently and with long duration throughout the daylight hours
  • Strikes on skwala stoneflies are often far from subtle because trout must often be prepared to rip these strong clingers from their rocky homes
  • When approaching a shallow water environment with a stonefly imitation, be extremely careful not to spook happily feeding trout
  • SIZE 10
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When tied with darker feathers, the Pheasant Tail Mahogany is a fantastic imitation of the Mahogany Mayfly in its nymph life stage. Don't be fooled by the simplicity of this classic fly pattern - leave that to the trout!
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detdesc::The Pheasant Tail Nymph, commonly known as the PT Nymph, was originally

tied by Frank Sawyer MBE, who, as river keeper of the River Avon in

Southern England, designed the fly to imitate the local Baeits that

were prolific along the slow stretches of his home water.

Sawyer

wrote about his brilliant little “nymph” pattern during a time when

subsurface fly fishing in England was more than frowned upon. Despite

the negative initial reaction to his nymphs, anglers around the world

quickly folded the Pheasant Tail Nymph into the collective fly fishing

lore and recognized its effectiveness at catching trout.

The

Pheasant Tail Nymph is small and brown and can be tied in a number of

variations to match a staggering range of mayfly species. When tied

with darker feathers, the Pheasant Tail Mahogany is a fantastic

imitation of the Mahogany Mayfly in its nymph life stage. Don’t be

fooled by the simplicity of this classic fly pattern – leave that to

the trout!
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  • This fly pattern was developed by Frank Sawyer MBE while seving as river keeper of the River Avon in Southern England
  • The Pheasant Tail Nymph is one of the world’s oldest nymph patterns as well as one of the most tied and fished fly patterns and serves as the backbone of modern nymph design
  • Mahogany mayfly imitation in the nymph life stage
  • Fish as a either an impressionistic fly pattern when searching or as a realistic imitation when matching the hatch
  • Fish on a dead drift in slower water as mahogany mayfly nymphs favor medium to slow currents for emergence
  • Look for sheltered areas with lots of subsurface vegetation and fish with an upstream presentation, mending line for a dragless dead drift
  • Nymphs move to hatch from early morning through mid-afternoon and evening hours in relatively unpredictable bursts of activity
  • Fish just before and during a hatch for best results
  • When targeting fish during a prolific hatch, aim for specific rises and take great care not to disturb feeding fish
  • SIZE 18
Leland on Umpqua In 1972 a man named Dennis Black and his fly tying skills found themselves in high demand. Mr. Black, then a professional production fly tyer, was famous in the industry for his unsurpassed skill and speed with whipping up tremendously beautiful and precisely constructed flies. It wasn't long until this young fly tying superstar realized that he ought to take his consistent approach to quality to the next level. Shortly after this realization, a small army of fly tyers had banded together to support Mr. Black's vision. With the likes of Dave Whitlock, Jack Dennis, and Andy Puyans, Mr. Black was officially in business. Dennis Black's new company Umpqua Feather Merchants quickly extended its reach and fly production capabilities with expansion into India, Sri Lanka, and Thailand, where the world's first and full blown "fly tying factories" were built. Since those early days, only the highest standard of excellence has marked Umpqua and this commitment to quality and efficiency continues to spur the company forward. Dennis Black's innovative vision for "fly production" has truly revolutionized how the fly industry operates and has ultimately made the majority of production flies better. From the first "royalty system" for rewarding the most creative professional fly tyers to streamlining production systems and offering a range of other products, Umpqua Feather Merchants just seems to "do it all." Today, Umpqua Feather Merchants is without a doubt the world's best and most prolific supplier of hand tied fly fishing flies as well as fly tying hooks and materials, and they recently got better! Umpqua's brand new, state of the art headquarters in Louisville, Colorado marks another paradigm shift in the way fly tying business is done. From its vast warehouse to its specially designed inventory management and tracking system, Umpqua is poised to continue its energetic trajectory and lead the way for the next generation of flies and fly tyers.
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Mercer's Poxyback Little Yellow Stone is a fantastic imitation of the common and widespread Little Yellow Stonefly (Perlodidae Isoperla) in its mature nymph life stage.
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detdesc::Creative fly tyer, Mike Mercer, is generally credited with creating the
"Poxyback" style of artificial fly. Mr. Mercer will tell you, however,
that "the Poxyback style came to me from the genius of others." In
fact, Mercer has credited three other accomplished fly anglers and
tyers, Andy Burk, Rich Henry, and Hal Janssen, with providing the
inspiration to work with epoxy on nymphs.

Mercer's Poxyback Little Yellow Stone
is a fantastic imitation of the common and widespread Little Yellow
Stonefly (Perlodidae Isoperla) in its mature nymph life stage. Mercer
designed this fly with realism and trout-enticing movement in mind;
it's got sparse legs, a slender copper-ribbed body, long tails and
antennae, and its cleverly epoxied wing pads offer a striking
underwater realism that feeding trout just can't ignore!
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  • This fly pattern was developed in the late 1980s by creative fly tyer Mike Mercer
  • Part of Mike Mercer’s Poxyback series of fly patterns, inspired by ideas and tying techniques of Andy Burk, Hal Janssen, and Rich Henry
  • Little yellow stonefly imitation in the mature nymph life stage
  • Use as either an impressionistic searching fly or as a realistic imitation when matching the hatch
  • Drift the fly through different water types; faster riffles and shallower water near the banks of a river with moderate to slow currents are the most productive water types for this fly
  • Little yellow stonefly nymphs are available to trout all year long in trout water throughout North America
  • Most prolific hatches occur during warmer months (June – August)
  • Hatches occur consistently and with long duration throughout the daylight hours
  • Strikes on little yellow stoneflies are often far from subtle because trout must often be prepared to rip these strong crawlers from their rocky homes
  • When approaching a shallow water environment with a stonefly nymph, be extremely careful not to spook happily feeding trout
  • SIZE 16
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