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This summer I'll be hiking in the Canadian Rockies and will bring a fly rod along incase the opportunity to fly fish arises, mos

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  • clinchknot
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    Worthless posts if you can't even respond to your own post in question. Happens why too often on these mindless question segments.

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  • clinchknot
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    River, or lakes, what month in the Summer?

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  • Ontario Honker Hunter
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    Parachute adams and royal coachman are also good old standby, especially for turbulent water. More visible.

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  • Ontario Honker Hunter
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    Elk hair cadiss and yellow bellied humpy are two of my favorites in that country. Take along a couple of nymphs (black prince and hare's ear) for the heck of it. If they're not biting at surface bugs at least you have a plan B.

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  • This summer I'll be hiking in the Canadian Rockies and will bring a fly rod along incase the opportunity to fly fish arises, mos

    This summer I'll be hiking in the Canadian Rockies and will bring a fly rod along incase the opportunity to fly fish arises, most likely in the Bow River drainage. Any recommendations for favorite flies for these waters? I prefer to fish dry flies if conditions permit.

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