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Old 05-16-2019, 04:53 PM
meaton meaton is offline
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Default Suggestions for the north country?

Hi all,
We've been striking out on the local rivers mainly using bugs that we brought with us from Colorado. Can't decide if there are no holdover/resident fish and that's why we're striking out, or if we're using the wrong flies.


All I've seen on the water so far are midges and a couple stones, but neither has produced thus far.


I think it was on here in a past thread that everyone agreed the one fly to rule them all was the olive bugger.


With that in mind I tied up this little fella last night.


Any other suggestions? Anything you'd change on the bugger in the pic?


Thanks!


Mike


And, yes, that is the wife in the background tying up some purple pheasant tails!
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