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Springtime Blue Lining

April 24, 2018

 

 

As Spring makes its way to the high country, it is the perfect time to start getting up into some higher elevation streams. We have put together a list of our fly box staples for blue lining in the Appalachian Mountains. Whether you're on a small creek or fishing the Watagua or South Holsten in T.N. these nymph and dry flies will give you a delicate presentation and deliver what the fish are feeding on. 

 

 

 

Dry Fly Patterns: 

Elk Hair Caddis (Dun, Brown, Black)- Size 14-18

High-Visibility Elk Hair Caddis (Pink, Orange)- Size 14-18

Golden Stone Fly Variations-Size 14-18

Yellow Sally- Size 14-18

Yellow Humpy-Size 14-18 

Yellow or Orange Stimulator- Size 14-18

Parachute Adams Variations- Size 14-16

Purple Haze- Size 14-16 

 

Quick tip: Frogs Fanny is is a good water repellant option for patterns that are mainly fur. 

 

Nymph/ Midge Patterns: 

 

 

Caddis Pupa-Size 16-20

Stone Fly Imitations-Size 16-20

Soft Hackles-Size 16-20

Holy Grail-Size 16-20

Bead Head Pheasant Tail-Size 16-20

Purple Rainbow Warriors-Size 16-20

 

Quick tip: Purchasing nymphs/midges that are tied with a tungsten bead are heavier and able penetrate water columns quicker, allowing you to fish a wider range of depths. 

 

 

 

 

Whether you need the materials to whip up some bugs or want to grab some nymphs before heading out to the river- we have ya covered! Our shop has plenty of tying material options as well as a 450+ assortment of flies.

 

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