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Spring 2021

Black Pearl

Dissecting Carrie Stevens

How Carrie Stevens made her famous feather-wing streamers has been a topic of debate for decades. Our author took one of those rare flies apart and found the answer.

Best Flies for Fishing the South Platte

Tie these 20 guide-tested patterns for fishing one of the best trout rivers on Colorado’s Front Range.

It’s a Lizard!

Want to add a new pattern to your bass-fishing fly box? This imitation of a floating lizard drives hawgs wild!

Knuckleheads for Ozark Big Butter

We all know that big fish eat big flies. A pro angler from the Show Me State showed us how to catch the BIGGEST fish in the river.

Chironomids 101

British Columbia’s trophy trout feed on some of the smallest insects in the water. Follow these 22 tips for tying better midge pupae that will catch trout everywhere.

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