.............................Fly Fishing Yellowstone National Park
New Perfect Fly Streamers
This is the time for the brown trout to start spawning. During this time they seem to loose much of the caution and expose themselves much more than they normally would. During this migration, the browns tend to become more aggressive in behavior. They will attack small baitfish very aggressively. They don't have to be on their redds to do this. They will do this anytime a small fish crosses their path as they move upstream. Just so I don't get misunderstood, I will mention that I do not fish for the browns after they have settled on their redds and begin to spawn even though it is legal to do so. Bothering the male or female during this time is unsportsmanlike in my opinion. It does adversely affect the spawning activity.
This is the "perfect" time to introduce several of our new "Perfect Fly Streamers" that just arrived. If you will click on the link you will see that there are (19) nineteen streamers available, some of which are improved modifications of older patterns and some that I developed from scratch.
Each day I will provide the details of each fly - what it is made of, when, where and how it should be fished, what it imitates, and other details about the streamers. We have lots of other new flies to post on the Perfect Fly Site. We wanted to get the streamers available first because of the season.
We also have our new line of Midge pupae, larvae and adults in stock and they will be posted in a day or two. So will (12) of our new "Perfect Caddisfly Pupae" flies. In addition we have just received the remaining flies that completes our Perfect Mayfly selection for all the species in all stages of life applicable to trout fishing. They will also be posted and available this week.