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    SIZZLA

    This little nymph fills two things quickly: a fly box, and a trout's mouth.  Tie this baby up in as many colors as possible and get to work.

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    STREET SWEEPER

    It's big, you don't want to get in its' way, and it cleans up.  This intruder is absolutely worth tying in a couple different colors for chasing winter steelhead in coastal rivers.

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    STEELHEAD THING

    This is a very effective nymph pattern utilizing a few materials that make it pop.  Try tying a few of these up in various colors and test on the water to see what works for you.

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    ANDERSON'S EUPHORIA

    This fly is traditional enough to satisfy the classic low-water swing fly crowd, but also adds in a little extra bugginess and flare.

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    WIGGLE SQUID

    Wiggle Squid

    Intended to be a coastal steelhead pattern, this is a colorful fly with a ton of action and a pretty big profile, but still moves well through the water.

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    SPAWNER

    Spawner

    This is as good of an imitation as you'll find for a rainbow trout.  It is a pretty simple pattern to tie, and can be easily altered by changing colors to mimic other species of fish for either fresh or saltwater.

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    PERDIGONISH

    Nymph fly fishing fly

    Perdigon flies were made popular by Spanish competition anglers because they sink quickly and catch a lot of fish.  Learn to tie the Perdigonish fly here.

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    STIMULATOR

    Stimulator fly fishing fly

    Anglers love this Stimulator pattern because of its effectiveness and versatility.  It's a great searching pattern when you're unsure of what trout are targeting, and it floats well enough to hold up a nymph tied on as a dropper rig.

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    EL VATO NYMPH

    El Vato Nymph

    Originally tied as a low-riding caddis dry fly, this is the El Vato Nymph: a quick-sinking bug that comes together with a few creatively used materials.

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