Tag Archive: nymph fishing

Mar 01 2012

Fly Tying Development: Early Brown Stonefly – Discovering the Cipher Series pt. 3 of 3

In this third and final video, Jay is back on the river to test out the early brown stonefly he developed after sampling the river, the developing the pattern at the vice.

Jan 30 2012

guided trout trip – 1/30/12

Milan w/ a stout brown trout strike confirmed Milan w/ his first Steelhead; nice work Today was Milan’s first day of winter nymph/trout fishing and what a day it was.  After getting the basics down he was fast into fish.  Working on the nuances of nymph fishing throughout the day paid off as he continued …

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Dec 09 2011

South Platte, 11 Mile Canyon, Colorado

Catch-up: This event occurred in the Spring of 2011 Date: Friday April 22 and  Saturday May 7, 2011 Weather: Sunny, beautiful Insect/Activity: Small amount of midge and baetis activity Patterns Used: Blacktail Baetis, AB Tungsten Hare’s Ear, Grey Midge Pupa Flows: 52 Fortune smiled upon Ben and I as we took to the river a couple of times in …

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Sep 14 2011

Muskegon River trout – Sept. 13,14

Mel w/ the reward of a nice drift After guiding out in Jackson Hole for a few weeks one might ask, “How can it get better than this?”.  A valid question, true, but ohhhhh Michigan and the Mighty MO.  Playing hard to win first chair, second fiddle, not an option. The past few days would …

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May 26 2011

5/19,21,22 Muskegon River Trout

Spent three days with two fun guys, Mike and Steve.  Both are good anglers and were willing to adapt to whatever means were necessary to get into fish.  We fished it all streamers, nymphs, and dries.  Catching fish on all three techniques.  Nymph fishing accounted for the majority of the fish caught and they were …

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Dec 09 2010

manistee river browns and coho

Well, the weatherman said the high was going to be 30 and I’m fairly confident we were lucky to hit the mid 20’s.  Such is winter fly-fishing and over the years I feel I’ve developed an odd longing for this time of year and its harshness.  It’s true that there is some great fishing to …

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Jan 02 2010

The Drop cast

The drop cast is a simple cast yet very effective in getting your nymph to sink faster and have much less drag. An effective tool for any advanced fisherman and a must use for nymph fishing. Visit www.theallenbrothers.com for more great articles, videos, guide trips, blogs, tying instructions and to purchase our custom fly patterns!