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I picked up Pat Dorsey's latest book on fly patterns for CO. It is an extremely helpful tool for specific patterns and why/how/when to fish them, I would definitely recommend it.


Working on some buggy cross breeds of the copper john/grhe/pt, frenchies, mop n glo's and juju emergers/rs2.
 

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Take a look at Modern Midges

Its a pretty cool book to see all the different variations of midges people tie. Some are redundant, yes, but I pick and choose elements from some flies and incorporate them together. Also some nice info in the back on how to fish midges and chiros in rivers and stillwater.
 

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Modern Midges has to be the best midge book out there. I fish midges year round, dropping them off most summertime dry rigs. Never ceases to amaze me how many big fish will let the dry drift by but will slam that #22 (or smaller) sunken midge trailer. Staple of a trouts diet and that's no joke. Good ties as well fellas.
 
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