With summer in full swing and and temperatures rising everywhere across the states an excellent pattern to use during runoff is the 20”er. The 20”er is a stonefly imitation and though it works great year round at your favorite tailwater, it is runoff season where all fish are keying in...
What’s unique about the CDC feather is its ability to trap air bubbles making the fly look like an insect rising to the surface to hatch.
Of all the patterns we use, Purple Reign is not only one of the simplest to tie but also one of the most effective.
Spring has sprung. Daylight savings, warm temperatures, buggy afternoons, happy fish and spring training for the Rockies all point to the unofficial start of spring. For the majority of the winter months anglers have been imprisoned to busy tail-waters and frustrated by frozen guides, but the thaw has started and season has begun!