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Barr Emerger

Barr Emerger

The Barr Emerger Fly matches the early stages of a hatching mayfly. Created by John Barr, it can be fished deep as a nymph, through the middle of the water column, or just under the surface. The Barr most closely resembles a baetis or blue winged olive but fish will take it in appropriate sizes for many of the other mayfly species.

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By Shauna Stephenson sstephenson@wyomingnews.comBlue winged olives are part of the mayfly family and can be found throughout the west. These hatches can occur in a variety of waters in a range of conditions. Because of their small size, they are often overlooked by angler. In their book "Western ... (Publication: Wyoming Tribune-Eagle (Cheyenne, WY))

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WHEN delving into the vast amount of fly-fishing literature and theory available to anglers, I much prefer to have my nose in a book than to sit any longer than is necessary in front of an electronic screen. Often, though, a quick jump into the internet and its untold depths can lead to unexpected ... (Publication: Scotland on Sunday (Edinburgh, Scotland))

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BUTTE, Mont. — There’s a point when a man can turn a simple hobby into an intricate form of art.By being meticulous, innovative and creative, the late Al Troth took every aspect of fly fishing to a rarified stratum. To Tim Tollett, Mr. Troth was more than just a fishing buddy. He was a teacher and ... (Publication: Chicago Sun-Times)

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Byline: DENNIS ANDERSON; STAFF WRITER ON THE BIGHORN RIVER, MONT. - River fishing begins in a swirl of water, sometimes around a pair of waders, other times, as now, when a drift boat slips its neat geometric shape into swift currents and points itself toward lower elevations. Downstream a few ... (Publication: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, MN))

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When she was just chin-high to a bait bucket, Onnie Thatcher went pan fishing on Half Moon Lake, the Clam River and the Kinnikinnick River. At 6, she got her first fly rod, a gift from her father, an avid trout fisherman. And throughout childhood she watched him tie flies. "I thought flies were so ... (Publication: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, MN))

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Byline: Ed Dentry Denver Rocky Mountain News Outdoors Writer The bug watch is under way in earnest along the Arkansas River, home of Colorado's only festival to honor an insect. And there's a good chance fly anglers will meet their rewards early this year. Flows have been low, hovering around 300 ... (Publication: Rocky Mountain News (Denver, CO))

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