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    Default One Fly Choice

    I know it depends: depends on insect activity, type of water, time of year, etc., etc., etc. However, if you had to fish an unfamiliar stream for a day and could only use one fly, what would it be?????

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    peacock soft hackle
    "Complexity is easy; Simplicity is difficult."
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    Adams Parachute

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    Considering I never of heard of this fly about 7 years ago, (yea silly me) and I prefer dries most times; my confidence in it all year long, (that's key) on any stream, under any conditions easily makes it my 1st and only choice:

    Beadhead Prince Nymph

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    Rubber legged, bead head pheasant tail nymph - #14 (or #16)

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    Assuming you are fishing for trout I would use a Montana Stone Fly. Here is a link: http://www.riverbum.com/Montana-Nymph/

    Tim

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    Hares ear soft hackle
    The Green Hornet strikes again!!!

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    CDC and Elk.

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    hares ear old fashioned wet fly

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    Sawyer PT (wire)
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