Broad fly selection pays off

Caddis fly customer Chuck Seibers reports the Middle online cialis Fork of the Willamette is in good shape, and he caught fish on a variety of flies. Chuck has a two to three dozen a week fly┬áhabit (thats a good habit), so we know he is prepared. Unsettled spring weather had fish keyed to different flies at different times of the day and water types. Best patterns were Beldar’s triple bead headed stone and Mega Prince fished deep, March Browns and Blue Winged Olives were best on the surface, March Brown Emergers, Blue Winged Olive cripples and March Brown Cripples fished in the surface film were also effective. Thanks for the report Chuck and we appreciate the business.

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