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How to Identify Euro Nymphing Flies - Hooks to Hackle
As a general rule, Euro Nymphing flies are slimmer and more prolonged than typical dry flies. They are designed to sink at a fast rate through the water column to reach the optimal feeding zone for fish species such as trout and grayling. Modern Euro Nymphing Fly Patterns often use tungsten-weighted bead heads and newer barbless jig style hooks.  Read more to find out all you need to know about identifying Euro Style Fly Patterns.

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When to Use a Streamer Fly Fishing - Guide Secrets
Streamers are very effective flies for fly fishing and can be used in a variety of different situations. We use streamers because trout like to eat fish, and larger fish need larger meals. And when larger fish find spaces where tiny trout fry live, those smaller fish tend to get eaten. Read on to learn more.

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How Do You Make Dry Flies Float Better?
Dry flies, as the name implies, float on the surface of the water. A fly that floats well is more likely to be taken by a fish than one that sinks or drifts along under the surface. Read more on how to keep your dry fly riding high.

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Fly Fishing Season in the US - Trout to Tarpon
Fly fishing can be done year-round provided one is prepared for the colder weather. The fly fishing season starts when trout can be caught on artificial flies that resemble insects or other food sources such as baitfish. 

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Top 5 Best Streamers for Trout - And How to Fish Them

What are the Best Trout Streamers? There are hundreds of different types of fly patterns available today. However, many of these flies will not catch fish when pursued with the most common methods used by practical fly fishers in trout streams across North America. Read on to find out our top 5.


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How Much Do Flies Cost? From Manufactured to Hand Tied
Fly fishing flies can be divided into three price categories. The price of flies varies depending on the materials used, the type/class of fly, and how much work goes into making them. This article breaks down the cost of fly production and what it would cost if you wanted to tie your own.

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What Flies Are In Season?
As a general rule, Spring is the most dependent on fly selection season of any of the four seasons you fish. Midges, caddis, mayflies, and stoneflies are all significant players in the game of fly selection. In the fall and winter, you'll want to use midges, mayflies, and caddis patterns.  Read more to find out all the details.

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Fly Fishing for Bass - Essential Tips & Tricks
Bass Fly Fishing offer anglers many benefits that may not be known to everyone, such as incredible top-water action, massive fish, and intense fights. Below there's an informative article about how to catch a bass on a fly every time successfully.

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How Do You Fish Traditional Wet Flies?

Wet fly fishing is also referred to as subsurface fishing because it involves using sinking lines. When fishing with wet flies, anglers attach a weighted fly to their line, which sinks into the feeding zone of the river or stream.

Check out this article to learn more about Wet Fly Fly Fishing


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Are Nymphs Wet or Dry Flies? - Anglers Break Down the Difference
Beginner anglers prefer dry fly fishing, but using nymphs always proves to be more productive. When it comes to fly fishing, nymphing skills are a must-have. If you don’t, you don’t need to worry, because we have all the information you require.

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Is a Streamer a Wet Fly? - We Ask A Professional Fly Tier
People new to fly fishing have come to use with all types of questions and here at Drifthook Fly Fishing we aim to answer them all.  One of the latest questions we received was, "What is a streamer?  Is it a Wet Fly?" and vice versa. 

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Top 15 Trout Flies for September
A widespread concern that many anglers have, whether they are newcomers to the sport or more advanced and experienced, is what fly to use for trout fishing. This will depend, as it changes from time to time and depending on a variety of circumstances. But if you want to know the best trout flies this September read on.

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