I’ve been working hard adding fly patterns, so I thought I’d highlight a few recent changes you may not have seen. Even if you’re not a tyer, read on because some of these fly patterns are well known flies that can be purchased at your local fly shop. You might recognize the names…now you have a picture to go with it!
In addition, I’ll be adding a few steelhead fly patterns in the near future. Any favorites I should include on the RiverKeeper Flies Steelhead Flies page? Be sure to leave a comment about your favorite steelhead fly.
Why add more fly patterns you ask? Here’s a few reasons:
- First, I’m a fly tyer.
- Second, I’m a fly tyer..can’t help myself.
- When adding Throw Back Thursday Flies, several of my readers asked me to add fly pattern sheets for those flies.
- In some of the posts, I discuss similar or variant fly patterns, so I’ve added them as well.
Here is a list in case you haven’t seen them. I’ve sorted them by the Fly Pattern page categories:
For the Mayflies fly patterns page click HERE.
For the Caddis fly patterns page click HERE.
For the Stoneflies fly patterns page click HERE.
For the Lake fly patterns page click HERE.
For the Steelhead fly patterns page click HERE.
Crooked River Flies
And more pictures of the many variations to a couple of Bill Seitz fly patterns.
Two Good & Plenty options
For the Crooked River fly patterns page click HERE.
Well, there you have it. I have more fly patterns planned, so check back to see them!