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Cdcaddis18October 11th, 2009, 8:06 pm
Huntington, PA

Posts: 16
Personally I like to dig up dragonfly larvae or those cream colored caddis worms in the stick cases and dead drift them under a Thill float with my centerpin outfit down the seams and runs of all the central and north central PA streams and rivers.
RedQuill27November 15th, 2009, 3:14 pm
Wisconsin

Posts: 13
1. Woolly bugger
2. Hare's ear soft hackle
3. Adam's
4. Hunchback Scud
5. Soft hackle Woolly
6. Muddler Minnow

These 6 flies in a handful of sizes will catch almost any type of trout, bass, panfish, or carp.

Tight Lines!
Fishing is like sex, when its good its great, and when its bad its still pretty good.
DelablobboDecember 29th, 2009, 1:26 pm
Posts: 211. Adams
2. Caddis Variant Light (outfishes the Elk Hair Caddis, I swear).
3. Griffth's Gnat.
4. Hare's Ear Soft Hackle (which I often fish as a nymph).
5. Olive Comparadun (works for sulfurs, too).
6. Partridge and Orange softhackle (which I often fish as a nymph).
HercApril 27th, 2010, 11:45 am
Posts: 2Louie Special {betty pattern}
Adams
White midge
Daves Hopper
Trico
brown spinner.

Herc
HercApril 27th, 2010, 11:45 am
Posts: 2Louie Special {betty pattern}
Adams
White midge
Daves Hopper
Trico
brown spinner.

Herc
OkanoganMay 27th, 2010, 11:09 am
Los Angles California

Posts: 1
...man, I hope I at least remembered to bring some soy sauce and wasabi for all that raw fish...

i think I'd go with

bead-head hare's ear

bead-head pheasant tail

a reeeeeealy tiny zonker with dark green squirrel and a silver body

parachute adams

simple white, quill parachute

tan elk hair caddis
"All men are equal before a fish."
TNEALMay 27th, 2010, 5:35 pm
GRAYLING. MICHIGAN

Posts: 275
Roberts Drake
Borchers Parachute
Hopper
Wet Skunk (all black)
Royal Coachman Parachute
Dark Olive Wooly Bugger
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