Daddies

Daddy longlegs, or crane flies are a very popular fly pattern towards the end of the year. Trout will often create a big splash when feeding on daddy longlegs flies. These trout flies are a major part of the food chain especially after a dam...
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Daddy longlegs, or crane flies are a very popular fly pattern towards the end of the year. Trout will often create a big splash when feeding on daddy longlegs flies. These trout flies are a major part of the food chain especially after a dam summer. You can fish the daddy longlegs flies as you would wet flies, subsurface, or a dry fly on the surface. Trout will often try to sink the fishing fly off the surface before eating it. Fishing from a bank with the wind at your back is often best, as any crane flies caught in the breeze will be blown onto the water, and the trout seem to be aware of this bounty, ready to mop them up ! Award winning quality manufactured flies, as voted by thousands of game anglers in Total Flyfisher Magazine 2011 Tackle Awards.


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