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Most of the little fellas that are in these two Wheatly swing leaf Fly boxes were designed / filled to be used in these waters…

The flies in these six inch boxes represent most of the hatching May Fly nymphs, some Caddis Pupa and Midges I encounter…

I find Duns in here, molting after a hatch…

The Madison River, MT just above $3.00 Bridge, at sunrise, on a soon to be warm July day…Many fisherman who come here never get to see this…they are sleeping in…

Many of them are quite small…I like using Midges until the water warms uu…

A stretch of the Stillwater River, MT, late in the afternoon when a Caddis Pupa would do nicely…

Ally has already taken some Rainbows on dries on this river…

I see some work needs to be done in here..one too many dunkings and not letting the flies and box dry out throughly…

Michael rigs up on the Boulder River, MT to try his hand…

At working a dry/dropper in here…The Boulder River, MT…

Ally scrutinizes Michael’s technique in the channels section of the Madison River, MT…

YIKES!!!…I really must learn how to keep my chest above water…

Ally contemplates the scenery on the Madison River, MT above Ennis Lake…

A Rainbow that took the dropper on the Stillwater River, MT…

Getting to be sunset on the Madison River, MT…SUPER HOLE by that mid-current rock…

PT/TB

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