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Goldenstone Fly Tying Instructions

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The instructions for the flies that are shown below are provided by our guides.  At specific times of the year, all these patterns are effective on the Bow River.  They vary in difficultly to tie from beginner to advanced level.  These flies are sold at our Goldenstone Fly Fishing Fly Shop.  Select to see instructions on how to tie the fly.  If there is a fly that you would like us to provide instructions on please send us an email info@goldenstone.ca 
 Bow River Dry Flies

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Pale Morning Dun Elk Hair Caddis Adams
Bow River Nymphs
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 Copper John Hare's Ear GRHE
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Wire Midge Larva 

 San Juan Worm

 Red Midge Pupa 

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 Caddis Pupa

Skwala Stonefly

 Bow BWO

 Bow River Scud

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 Free Roaming Caddis

BWO CDC Emerger 

 Golden Stonefly

 
Bow River Streamers
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Bow River Bugger

 Woolly Bugger

Bow Bunny Bugger

Micro Leech