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.......On Tuesday 20th June Bill Christmas is looking for volunteers for a video shoot at Seneca Park in Caledonia at about 6:00 PM. We will be fishing for mooneye. . .......On Tuesday 20th June Bill Christmas is looking for volunteers for a video shoot at Seneca Park in Caledonia at about 6:00 PM. We will be fishing for mooneye. .

Hook: Trout, size 14 to 18. Thread: 8 O Black. Legs: 6 Paint Brush bristles, each one overhand knotted 1/4 inch from end. Body: 2 Pheasant tail fibres. Wing: 1/2 inch of oval shaped saran wrap. Thorax: Olive brown spectra dubbing. Debarb the hook. Wind on thread to start of hook bend. At the hook […]

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JUICY STONEFLIES (Kaufmann’s Stonefly) by Sandeep Tilva   I am a novice at tying flies, and this is shown in my crude finishing. The inspiration for my stoneflies is from the recipe by Randall Kaufmann. If only mine looked half as good, I would be happy. Tying stoneflies however has taught me a lot about fly […]

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3F Frogs (fast, fun, foam frog) by Elliott Deighton Thread: Yellow 6/0 for tying & clear mono thread for the weed guard                            Hook: Mustad bass stinger #37187 size 6 Weed Guard: 20lb. mono Back Legs: 4 strands of round yellow rubber hackle 8” long Front Legs: 4 strands of round yellow rubber hackle 4” long Body: ¼” […]

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My inspiration for tying foam bombers came from many years of using foam for every type of floating fly there is, especially to replace deer hair in bass bug patterns. I figure if it can be tied using deer hair then it can be done with foam. Foam is lighter, easier to work with, lasts […]

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This is an original pattern that is designed specifically for the Rainbows of the Credit River, in Ontario. The concept is to emulate a minnow chasing a floating egg sac.    The center of the egg sac is comprised of two, back to back tungsten cones, glued together, and lacquered red or orange. This resultant […]

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