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While the West Fishes Hoppers, the Eastern U.S. Fishes Lanternfly Hatches

Long before we heard of coronavirus, the spotted lanternfly (Lycorma delicatula) was causing

Bobby Norgard

Fly Fishing Crane Flies, Damselflies, and Mice

Crane flies, damselflies, and mice all stand out in a crowd because these meals supply the

Landon Mayer

A Crash Course in Hopper Fishing

Patagonia's graduate degree in fly tackle, flies, and fishing strategy.

Ross Purnell

Salmonfly Nymph Hatch

The salmonfly emergence on some rivers of the West is among the most famous and most

Arlen Thomason

Fly Fisherman Throwback: Stonefly Hatches Simplified

You don't need to know a lot of entomology or any Latin names to catch fish using stoneflies.

Dave Hughes

Fly Fisherman Throwback: Rene Harrop's "Emergers: The Other Stage"

Not quite fully developed duns, but certainly no longer nymphs, they are an important factor

Rene Harrop

Fly Fisherman Throwback: "Mother's Day Hatch"

Brachycentrus caddis employ the "predator swamp tactic" as trout heads gulp mouthfuls of

Buddy Drake

Mother's Day Caddis

The Rockies' spring caddis blitz occurs on watersheds such as the Yellowstone, Colorado,

Greg Thomas

Fly Fisherman Throwback: The Practical Entomologist

The basics of mayflies, caddisflies, midges and stoneflies for the fly angler from 1977 by an

Carl Richards

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