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Summer 2022

Utrera’s Articulated Jig Emerger

The newest member of the Fly Tyer family of authors shares a two-part wiggling pattern that is simple to tie and requires only a few materials. Best of all, trout love it!

A Tale of Happy Coincidences and Major Traherne

Satoshi Yamamoto moved from Japan to the United States, became a fly-fishing guide, and developed a passion for Victorian Atlantic salmon patterns.

The Semper Squid

This pulsating squid imitation catches striped bass, bluefish, tarpon, grouper, roosterfish, and more. Tie it, cast it, and enjoy great saltwater fly-fishing action.

The Flies of Cody Country

Ready to pack your bags and hit the road to good fishing? Our author shares 25 guide-tested flies for catching trout in Northwest Wyoming.

Damselflies Below

Learn to tie two realistic damselfly imitations. These patterns will amaze both your friends and the fish.

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