Big sis


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Posted by Hound on August 05, 1998 at 17:54:42:

In Reply to: Attention Hound - posted by Big B on August 05, 1998 at 10:58:37:

This late in the season, I'm sure some terrestrial patterns will work real good (ie: Hoppers, beetle, or ant patterns). Most streams flow through open pastures where these types of bugs can fall victim to a stiff breeze. Elk hair caddis is always a good dry fly option, tends to work everywhere. Last year in Wyoming Rick gave me some big stonefly nymphs that me and Jordan used to catch some of those Hybrid rainbow-cutthroat trout on the Shoshone. If all else fails I always catch something on a gold ribbed hares ear nymph or dry. Good luck. Let me know how it goes.

Hound
little bro


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