Thursday, June 9, 2011

Bombing the Browns !!! DARK WATER STYLE!!!!!

Here are a few flies that I tied up today.  I plan on using them to bomb some trout sitting deep.  Hopefully a  Lunker or two.  I will be trailing these attractor flies with the smaller ones in picture below.  I have caught some of my biggest fish on these same types of patterns.  Deep dark water.  One time while out fishing I had a dude come stomping down the stream fishing the water I was working upstream to fish.  Although I was pissed, I refrained from insulting him, and asked " Did you fish that hole at all?"  The hole being a huge stretch of super dark deep water.  His response was " I don't fish that DARK water.  My buddy is working his way downstream, but he won't fish it either..."  as if to say I was stupid for thinking I would catch something in this stretch.  As he moved down to the next hole, I proceeded to cast into the "Dark Water" snickering to myself, and pulled out a 20"+ Brown Trout.  The guy pretended not to see me and I released the trout and skinned out before I had to make conversation with his hole stealing Buddy.  Crossing through the stream as much as possible on my way out :)  It took all I had in me to keep my middle fingers in check :)  Oh well, at least I still had the "Dark Water" to myself..!!


 












TRAILER FLIES

 Here is a photograph of a bluff we hike called Castle Rock.  It is a great place to catch a sunset.



  This is just a drawing I did a while back and thought maybe some of you may enjoy it.  Hope you like....



 Until Next time...Tight Lines to all..!!!!!!!!!

22 comments:

  1. That top fly looks to be a winner.

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  2. Nice fly and congrats on such a nice brown. The fishing gods seemed to have rewarded you for having to put up with such lousy stream-side manners from others.

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  3. Great looking flies!! Really like the looks of that conehead bugger style pattern....Jeff

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  4. Nice Pattern Is the cone head Tungsten?
    I like a yellow and black combination on home waters. Pretentious fishers... got a love em!!

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  5. I can't stop looking at the eyes in the drawing...very well done! I really like the Magee style flies, going to have to try to tie some up...like the "pink squirrel", reminds me of home :-)

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  6. Like the flies and the photo of Castle Rock. The drawing, (unusual) confuses my old brain.

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  7. I don't know where to start. I love the flies. That top one is a winner for sure. And thank you for the drawing of my dog eating my daughter's cats.

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  8. I like the pic...
    Stand Back and look close is all I have to say about that!

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  9. Nice drawing! The leaves are nice...

    And I'm a big fan of cone headed buggers/sculpins. Nice work.

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  10. BrkTrt,

    Thanks. I haven't tried it yet but hope it will attract a big brown:)

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  11. Kev,

    Thank you. Glad to hear you like the drawing. Tight Lines.

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  12. Kiwi,

    You'll always have those who just don't understand what fishing etiquette is. Oh well there's plenty of other streams around here :)

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  13. Jeff,

    Thanks. I like to take some of my more effective patterns and tweak them here and there. The cone heads work great when the water is cruisin along a little faster than usual.

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  14. Kevin,

    Thanks much. The cone head is not tungsten,just regular. It just wouldn't be the same if there weren't some pretentious fisherman out there :)

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  15. Sanders,

    Thanks a lot. Glad you like the drawing. Its meant to be turned 360 degrees to be able to see everything that's hidden in it. Not the easiest to do unless your on a laptop :) Let me know if those flies work for you out in Colorado. Good luck and tight lines.

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  16. Phillip,

    Glad to hear you like the flies. The drawing is hiding little pics of things in it. Can you find the teepees with smoke coming out of the top??? :)

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  17. Cofsher,

    Thanks and glad you like the flies. It always amazes me what people tell me that they see in my drawings. Sometimes they see things that I didn't even draw. Yours is definitely one of the wildest ones. :) Tight LInes.

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  18. Kevin,

    Happy to hear you like the drawing. Don't forget to spin it around and view from every angle. :)Thanks.

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  19. LOAH,

    Thanks a lot. Glad to hear you like the flies. I really like to use these when I go to some of the more stonier, swifter creeks around here. Sinking them deep. Tight Lines thanks for following.

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  20. Good luck on getting them down deep

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  21. Blake,

    Thanks man hopefully the weather cooperates. Tight Lines.

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