Dette Coffin Fly

Catskill region in America has a unique history when it comes to dry flies. Many famous patterns and tyers originate from the river banks of the Catskill rivers and some of the best known belong to the Dette family.

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Superpupa Developed by the Swedish fly tyer Lennart Bergqvist in the late 1970’s Superpuppan has become a worldwide phenomenon and one of the best known flies in Scandinavia. This fly

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Semirealistic  Foam Golden Stonefly dry fly I was fortunate enough to get to fish the Deschutes river this spring when the big salmonflies and golden stones were hatching and tied

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Caddis Probably the most used dry fly in Finland at the moment. It is so popular that it’s usually referred to just with the name Caddis. Basically it’s a parachute

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The February Red stonefly When the temperature rises for the first times above zero and the sun starts shining it means that the spring is finally here in Finland. It

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Semi-Realistic Caddis Dry Fly New video step-by-step of a fairly simple but realistic Caddis Fly. This is one of my own patterns but it’s basically a variation of the many

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CDC & Elk This is a super fast to tie fly that uses only two materials. Created by Hans Weilenmann in the early 90’s it has become really famous around

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Griffith’s Gnat A good all-round fly when imitating small insects like midges. It works best in my opinion on hooks from #18-22 but many say it works on smaller sizes

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Elk Hair Caddis Another one of the most popular dry flies for trout is Al Troth’s Elk Hair Caddis. It has all the elements you would want from a fly

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Dry Fly fishing for Sea Trout One of my favorite moments of 2009 was to be able to fish Sea run Trout with a dry fly on the river Lakselv

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