The half and half is a staple in the salt water game, but tying it with ostrich? It brings a whole new meanings to movement in the water!
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Time: Medium Difficulty: Hard Season: Summer The crawdaddy is an under utilized pattern. Everyone knows small mouth suck up crayfish at an alarming rate, however, downsize the pattern and go crush some bruiser trout. Nobody wants to throw a crayfish for trout, but they are uber successful. This crayfish has amazing action, a realistic look, tasty enough to […]
Time: Short Difficulty: Medium Season: All The woolly bugger is a staple in any angler’s box. Everyone has their favorite and this is mine! A soft hackle variant that is sure to catch any trout, really any fish. A woolly bugger is so versatile, you can catch almost any species of fish in Maine. So please copy this […]
Time: Medium Difficulty: Easy Season: Spring Ever seen a smelt drifting by your feet dead in the spring? Well, here is the pattern for that moment. Maine has some famous smelt runs in the spring and any angler fishing rivers with smelt runs in the spring need a good smelt pattern. Dead drift, swing, or strip this ragged […]
Time: Short Difficulty: Easy Season: All The egg sucking leech is a tested and tried pattern that everyone should have. Swung, stripped, thrown using floating or sinking line, it’s hard to fish this pattern incorrectly. For trout, I like using sizes 4-10 and for any warm water fish, I will up the size to as large as 2/0. […]