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Partridge and Orange

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Uses: The Partridge & Orange is a well known fly with its roots set firmly in English angling history. It is an impressionistic pattern fished successfully during caddis & stonefly hatches; and amongst other occasions, during spinner falls. The Partridge & … Continue reading

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Waterhen Bloa

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Uses: The Waterhen Bloa is associated with the ‘North Country’ school. This spider pattern is fished successfully during hatches of olives, like Baetis rhodani, which some texts claim it’s meant to represent. Brown trout and grayling are its typical target species. How … Continue reading

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Winter Brown

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Uses: The Winter Brown is a traditional North Country pattern. It is an impressionistic pattern fished successfully during hatches of small stonefly which some texts claim it is meant to represent. Traditionally fished for trout and grayling the Winter Brown … Continue reading