The Wooly Bugger

O.K. so the Woolly Bugger isn’t native to Saskatchewan, that doesn’t change the fact that this is a very productive fly. Just ask Paul Oltsher (the Northern Fly Fisherman) what his favorite fly is. This fly was responsible for a few nice fish May 15, 1999 at Diefenbaker. A nice …

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Peacock Nymph

Tied by Jeff Lauze The origins of the Peacock Nymph are a little uncertain, some speculate that it is based on a British Columbia pattern, others think it based on the “half-back” nymph. This fly is extremely productive in Saskatchewan lakes and streams. Note: The Peacock Nymph should absolutely be …

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The O’KEEFE Special

A SASKATCHEWAN ORIGINAL By NEVILLE GOSLING Hook: 3x Long Mustad 9672, Partridge D4a or Tiemco 5263 Size 6-14 Thread: Black pre-waxed monocord Tail: Brown Hackle fibres (sparse) Rib: None Body: Brown Mohair Wool Wing: Dark brown or black bear hair Hackle: Brown Ask any member of the Saskatoon based Kilpatrick …

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