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Stoneflies – The Isoperla Nymph

Stoneflies are truly fascinating insects. The fully developed form, as we know it today, is up to 250 million years old. They are widely distributed, and unless you’re fishing in Antarctica, it’s likely that there are stoneflies in a river near you. There are over 3,000 species registered across the globe, and they come in…

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Fly Tying:The CDC Stickleback

Stickleback provide an abundant food source for seatrout throughout most of the year – particularly in the fjords and in brackish coastal regions. Stickleback are also a prevalent source of protein for lots of brown trout in small lakes and slow-flowing rivers. As a result, it always pays off to have a few good stickleback…

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