Match the Hatch
Have you often been stumped on what the fish are feeding on? Would you like to be able to match the hatch? Here are some simple tips that will make your trip skunk free.

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BWO Quill
BWO Thorax
Callibaetis Spinner
Chernobyl Ant
Dark Spruce Matuka
Dave's Damsel Fly
Deer Hair Cicada
Foam Ant
Gray Drake Spinner
Gray Scud
Green Drake Cripple
Green Drake Emerger
Green Drake Spinner
Green Drake Thorax
Griffith's Gnat
House & Lot Variant
Jaren's PMD Emerger
Olive Bead Head
Olive Stimulator
Olive Wooly Worm
Royal Wulff
Rusty Spinner

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Step by Step - Laura's bwo Parachute
Step 1 cover the shank with tying thread and attach the hackle fibers to make a table. Step 2 move the thread to about the two-thirds mark and attach a section of bright green antron yarn. Step 3 stand it up and make a few turns of tying thread before and after the post to stand it up. I even take a couple of turns around the base of the post.
Step 4 add a drop of head cement to the base of the post. Step 5 spin a little dubbing on the tying thread and form a slim body. Step 6 stroke a hackle to make the tips stand out perpendicular to the stem. Strip the fibers from one side and attach the hackle near the base of the post. Apply more dubbing through the thorax area.
Step 7 wrap the hackle around the post, making sure that the the striped side is to the post and the cureve of the hackle is down. Step 8 make a smooth head and whip finish.  
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Crystal Killer
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Jaren's PMD Emerger

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