|06-09-2006 10:33 AM|
Montauk State Park Resource Page
A great resource for Montauk State Park is:
|03-03-2006 02:14 PM|
Flies in Missouri
I live in Columbia, and travel to Montauk State Park the most. My favorite flies have to be: Olive Mohair Leech, Crackleback, BH Prince, gray scud, tan scud.
|02-23-2006 03:11 PM|
Chuck Tryon's book about Trout Fishing in Missouri is considered to be the local bible. It costs less than $20 and is well worth the price for its discussion on trout fishing in Missouri in general including fly patterns to use.
I can't remember all the rec's but I do remember that the Tellico Nymph, Wooly Bugger, and Elk Hair Caddis were suggested.
I haven't fished for a number of years but used to do well with small leadhead marabou jigs particularly black/yellow and black/olive color combos. Not quite what a purist would use but very effective in 1/64th ounce on down.
|02-13-2006 10:06 PM|
I replied to your tippet Q here by mistake.
Flies? For trout there is a famous saying "match the hatch".
From what I have read about the Missouri trout fisheries you should do well with woolly buggers and streamers as well.
The answer is out there!
|02-13-2006 09:10 PM|
|02-13-2006 08:29 PM|
What species? What weight rod? What size fly?
These will determine which tippet you are going to need.
|02-13-2006 08:25 PM|
What fly? Rolla, Missouri
I just moved to Rolla, Missouri, from Blairsville, GA. I was wondering are the flies from GA different than the ones i should use in Missouri? If so, can you guys name some flies i should get to use.
PS. if anyone happens to have flies for my area, or good dealers, plz tell.