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Your Grand Lake Stream Fly Box

Weatherby’s has a full service fly shop on premise to help you find the right flies for Grand Lake Stream.  If you tie flies, here is a partial list of flies to get you started filling your Grand Lake Stream fly box…

Flies for Grand Lake Stream by Season

May

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Barnes special 2-10

Gray ghost 2-10

Black ghost 2-10

Joe’s smelt 2-10

Red and white 2-10

Black nosed dace 2-10

Micky finn 2-10

Marabou –yellow, olive, gray, white 2-10

Note:  There are many other streamers that will catch fish imitating bait fish or smelt

May/June

Nymphs

pheasant tail 14-20

Prince   12-20

Wooly bugger-black, white, olive 4-10july2.14

Hare’s ear- tan, black, olive         14-20

Brassie 16-20

Copper john       16-20

Kauffman stone- black, yellow, 4-12

Note: There are many other caddis and may fly patterns that will work.   Olive and bright green are dominant colors.

 

Dry Flies 

Hedrickson, light and dark 12-16

Red quill 12-16

Klinkhammer – tan, olive, brown, gray 12-16

Elk hair caddis and caddis emergers – tan, olive, brown, gray 12-16Weatherby's History

cdc caddis emerger – tan, olive,brown,gray 12-16

sulfer  12-16

blue winged olive 12-16

cahill, light and dark 12-16

adams 12-16

flying ant, black, brown 12-14

hopper 4-8

stimulator 4-12

beetle 4-12

Note: There are many other dry flies that will catch fish.  Most popular patterns are listed.  Emerging caddis and may fly patterns in any style are very productive.

 

September/October

Nymphs

Pheasant tail 14-20

Prince   12-22

Wooly bugger-black, white, olive 4-10

Hare’s ear- tan, black, olive         14-22

Brassie 16-22basscandy

Copper john       16-22

Kauffman stone- black, yellow, 4-12

 

Streamers 

Gray ghost 2-10

Black ghost 2-10

Joe’s smelt 2-10

Red and white 2-10

Black nosed dace 2-10

Micky finn 2-10

Marabou –yellow, olive, gray, white 2-10

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Dry Flies

Blue winged olive 18-24

Caddis 16-20

 

Smallmouth Bass

May/June/July/August,September

Poppers, hard-yellow,black,blue,orange

Sneakey Petejared5

Deer hair bugs

Chernoble ant

Clouser minnow

Lefty’s decieiver

Wooly buggers

Cray fish

Note: Although bright colors do work, stick with natural colors whenever possible. Weighted crayfish are particularly productive during summer months.

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