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  1. Details: Butterfly Peacock Bass

    I was nipple deep fishing the keenwaii peninsula in Argentina. The Dry Fly bite was on fire. I lost a couple 30-40 inch fish at the bank but still managed to land ...more this guy. Tightlines everyone

    1. John mason 0
      I wouldn't exactly call it a butterfly peacock bass, but good catch.
    2. CreekWalker 0
      rainbow trout nice one!!!
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  2. Details: Walleye

    A nice little walleye I caught on the fly in 10 FOW. I was fishing a deep pool when this walleye rose up and smashed my fly. Fun to catch walleye in southern Oklahoma.

  3. Details: Golden Rainbow Trout

    Another nice trout from Beavers Bend. Caught on the fly in around 5 FOW. He was sitting on the bottom of the river and rose up to eat the fly. Great fishing after ...more recent floods in broken now.

    1. solorider4o8 0
  4. Details: Golden Rainbow Trout

    Great trout I caught on the fly awhile back. I casted my Wolly bugger into a calm spot in the river and this trout took it. The trout were biting well after recent ...more floods in beavers bend. Most of the trout were deep on the bottom and would rise up to get the fly. Great day on the river

  5. Details: Golden Rainbow Trout with a Small Olive Green Wolly Bugger

    1-4 FOW and Slight Rain. My biggest out of 16 trout in Beavers Bend. After a long hike through the woods I came up on a nice pool full of trout. I would let my wolly ...more bugger drift behind a rock where the trout were sitting. A fun fight on the fly.

    1. Connor25 0
      Thanks man this will really help me get started I am fishing for bass and pan fish.
    2. King_Fisher 0
      It will all very on what's hatching and stream conditions. For bass and pan fish try some different streamer patterns such as clouser minnows woolly buggers ...more and some hellgrammite patterns.
    3. King_Fisher 0
      @Connor25 it all depends on want you want to fish for with trout start with some different nymphs such as princes copper jons and pheasant tails and also talk to ...more people at your local fly shop because
    4. Connor25 0
      What type of flys do you recommend for a person who is just getting into fly fishing?
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  6. Details: Golden Rainbow Trout with a Yarn egg fly

    Managed to catch this nice trout before the rain started. I was drifting my fly right by a pod of fish and this one bit. Only caught one today.

  7. Details: Golden Rainbow Trout with a POS BOW fly

    I was debarbing my flies for an upcoming trip and this happened. Ever happen to yall?

    1. Nolan Yeager 0
      The areas I fish require it or else u will be ticketed and I want to cause the least harm possible
    2. OhioFish 0
      That's why I don't debarb mine
    3. dillon juarez 0
      It happens when I clamp the barb from the side it puts pressure on the side so it snaps easier if you clamp it from the front over the point it helps
    4. Nolan Yeager 0
      @MulletHead can u fix him.
    5. atxflyfishing 0
      Is your profile picture a nipple @dicker9
    6. FliesByMarz 0
      Prob a cheep hook.
    7. dicker9 0
      All the time
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  8. Details: Golden Rainbow Trout with a Corn

    Way back in 2007 fishing for trout! Didn't know till we left that you couldn't use live bait for the trout! Oops

  9. Details: Golden Rainbow Trout with a Hopper pattern I made up today!! Looks reel nice size 12!

    Deer hair turkey feather for winging dubbing and knotted pheasent tail

    1. the_amanator 0
      Looks nice, but try and get a better pic
  10. Details: Golden Rainbow Trout with a fly rod

    1. King_Fisher 0
      Welcome to FS!

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