Utah Fly Fishing Report

Apr 20, 2018
By: Mikey Barrus

This fly fishing report is provided by Mikey Barrus, from Mend Fly Fishing. Keep it reel, everyone.

APRIL 13, 2018

Game on, everyone! Fishing season is back! This is definitely one of my favorite times of the year to get out and do some fishing. The trout are anxious and fresh and ready to start eating some bigger bugs again. It is also iceoff season and many lakes are starting to thaw out. With that being said, the fish tend to hangout closer to the banks to key in on some smaller fish and bugs in all the vegetation. This is the time when you can catch bigger fish in lakes, due to them hanging out closer to you. So if you want to try something new or target some bigger fish, this is a good way to go.

One thing of importance:

It’s spawning season for the rainbow trout, so please be cautious of spawning beds when wading and do not target spawning fish. That is bad mojo and really frowned upon. If you’re not sure what a spawning bed or (redd) looks like, it’s a bright gravel spot. One can also be spotted when the river bottom is lighter in color. Look it up if you need to. Steer clear of these. Respect the fish and their business and they will in turn reward you. (I'm a believer in fish karma.) Now onto the surrounding rivers:

Middle Provo

Fishing is off to a great start and is only going to get better and better as it starts to warm up. There has been a plentiful midge hatch going on most days and we will start to encounter more and more blue-winged olives as well. Both of these are the main focus of fish right now, and the hatches seem to go off anywhere from 10:30am to 4pm. If you don't see any fish rising, then try and get them subsurface on a nymph such as a Midge, Sowbug, Pheasant Tail, or other baetis patterns. This is also a great time to fish streamers. The water and weather is now warmer, which makes fish not as weary to chase down a streamer. Typically, I stick to the rule of thumb: Brighter days fish a brighter streamer and darker overcast days fish a darker colored streamer.

Flows

Flows are sitting at 145 CFS as of today, which is solid for wading and fishing alike.

Flies

  • Sparkle Dun BWO size 20-22
  • Parachute Adams size 20-24
  • BWO Cripple size 20-22
  • Mother Shucker size 20-26
  • Morgans Midge size 20-26
  • Griffith’s Gnat size 18-24
  • BWO Nymphs size 20-22
  • Zebra Midge size 18-22
  • Bling Midge size 20-22
  • Sowbugs size 18-22
  • Caddis Nymph size 16-18
  • Streamers of various sizes and colors

Lower Provo

The Lower is fishing really well right now (especially from 11am to 4pm) and is very similar to the Middle Provo as far as hatches go. There are plenty of midges and BWOs out and about. If there aren't any noses up, then throw on a Sowbug or a Midge and hook up with some fish below the surface. Streamers are always a good option as well if that's your thing or want to try it out.

Flows

The Lower is currently flowing at 290 CFS. This is a good flow and you should be able to access most spots on the river.

Flies

  • Sparkle Dun BWO size 20-22
  • Parachute Adams size 20-24
  • BWO cripple size 20-22
  • Mother Shucker size 20-26
  • Morgans Midge size 20-26
  • Griffith’s Gnat size 18-24
  • BWO Nymphs size 20-22
  • Zebra Midge size 18-22
  • Bling Midge size 20-22
  • Sow Bugs size 18-22
  • Caddis Nymph size 16-20
  • Streamers of various sizes and colors

Weber River

The Weeb is fishing well, but the hatches have been a bit sporadic. They should get better however, as the weather warms up and is a bit more stable. All of the surrounding streams are pretty much on the same page right now with the hatches. There are Midges and BWOs, but as I mentioned above, they are hit or miss. The Weber is pretty notorious for the sow bugs that are in the river, so when in doubt, tie one on and you should find some willing trout or maybe even a whitefish if you’re lucky. Streamers are a good option to chuck out there as well.

Flows

The Weber is sitting around 90 CFS below Rockport Reservoir. Below Echo is still very low and not fishable, so stay away from that section.

Flies

  • Sparkle Dun BWO size 20-22
  • Parachute Adams size 20-24
  • BWO cripple size 20-22
  • Mother Shucker size 20-26
  • Morgans Midge size 20-26
  • Griffiths gnats size 18-24
  • BWO nymphs size 20-22
  • Zebra Midge size 18-22
  • Bling midge size 20-22
  • Sow Bugs size 18-22
  • Caddis Nymph size 16-20
  • Streamers of various sizes and colors

Green River

The mighty Green River is fishing well right now and the trout are up and chowing down BWOs and Midges. Now is a great time to get up there and take advantage before the flows get too crazy. Nymphing and streamer fishing have been solid as well. You can't really go wrong up on the Green right now.

Flows

The flows between 9am and 5pm have been sitting at around 1700-1900 CFS which is a great flow, but they are dropping them and raising them sporadically between night and early morning, so just be cautious of that.

Flies

  • Sparkle Dun BWO size 20-22
  • Parachute Adams size 20-24
  • BWO Cripple size 20-22
  • Mother Shucker size 20-26
  • Morgans Midge size 20-26
  • Griffith’s Gnat size 18-24
  • BWO Nymphs size 20-22
  • Zebra Midge size 18-22
  • Bling Midge size 20-22
  • Sow Bugs size 18-22
  • Caddis Nymph size 16-18
  • Streamers of various sizes and colors

NOV 22, 2017

Spawning season is coming to an end, but there will still be a few late spawners and plenty of spawning beds. Please be cautious of these when wading and don’t target spawning fish. That is bad mojo and really frowned upon. You can spot spawning beds (or redds) when you see a bright gravel spot or when the river bottom is lighter in color. Steer clear of these. Respect the fish and their business and they will in turn reward you. (I'm a believer in fish karma.)

Middle Provo

Fishing is still going strong, so take advantage of the last few weeks of warmer weather that we've got. There are Blue Wing Olives still around and some midges, but soon the midges will basically be the only prolific hatch for the next few months until spring time starts rolling around. The best time to hit the river is during the peak of the day: 11am to 4pm. If there aren’t any noses up for BWO's or midges then don’t hesitate to nymph with some midges, frenchies, or pheasant tails. Midges will be the best bet as the temperatures cool down. Streamer fishing will be a good option as well, but the colder it gets, the less willing the trout are to chase one down and use their precious energy.

Flows

The flows on the Middle are around 150 cfs and will most likely remain that way for the next few months. There should be no problem accessing anywhere you want to get to.

Flies

  • Sparkle Dun BWO size 20-22
  • Parachute Adams size 20-24
  • BWO cripple size 20-22
  • Mother Shucker size 20-26
  • Morgans Midge size 20-26
  • Griffiths gnats size 18-24
  • BWO nymphs size 20-22
  • Zebra Midge size 18-22
  • Bling midge size 20-22
  • Sow Bugs size 18-22
  • Caddis Nymph size 16-20
  • Streamers of various sizes and colors

Lower Provo

The Lower is fishing well and has dropped quite a bit. It is flowing at about 100 cfs, which will allow you to access anywhere you want to get to. The weeds are still around, but they have cleared up a bit in some parts of the river, so focus on those weedless patches if you find them and it will spare you some frustration. Similar to the Middle, there are Blue Wing Olives popping around 11:30 to 3ish, especially if it’s overcast, so be prepared with some of those in size 20-22 if you’re looking to throw dries. Streamers have also been productive if you can get away from the weeds, as well as nymphing with sow bugs, midges, and BWO nymphs. As it gets colder, nymphing with Midges and Sow Bugs will be your best bet to get a few fish.

Flows

Flows are currently around 100 cfs, which is super low for the Lower Provo, but you will be able to access practically anywhere that you want to get to.

Flies

  • The Green is fishing decent. There are some BWO's around and the midges will stick around for the rest of winter. Both of those will be good to fish for dries and nymphs. If streamers are your thing, you can still get some chasers on them. If fishing streamers on bright days, use a bright streamer and fish a dark streamer on darker days.

Weber River

The Weber below Rockport is finally up a bit from where it’s been for the past few months, and it’s fishing pretty solid with streamers and nymphs. There is a little bit of activity on top of the water for some smaller midges size 22-24, but streamers and nymphs have been producing well. Sow bugs are always a good option on the Weber when nymphing as well as midges, and you might be able to get away with a few on a pheasant tail. If fishing streamers, use a bright streamer on bright days and fish a dark streamer on darker days.

Flows

The flows are sitting at 130 cfs below Rockport, which is a solid flow. If you are looking to fish below Echo, don’t — there is barely any water there right now.

Flies

  • Sow bugs size 18-20
  • Midges size 20-24
  • Streamers of various sizes and colors

Green River

The Green is fishing decent. There are some BWO's around and the midges will stick around for the rest of winter. Both of those will be good to fish for dries and nymphs. If streamers are your thing, you can still get some chasers on them. If fishing streamers on bright days, use a bright streamer and fish a dark streamer on darker days.

Flows

The flows are sitting at about 2300 cfs. This may fluctuate a bit, so just make sure to check out the flows before you head out.

Flies

  • Sparkle Dun BWO size 20-22
  • Parachute Adams size 20-24
  • BWO cripple size 20-22
  • Mother Shucker size 20-26
  • Morgans Midge size 20-26
  • Griffiths gnats size 18-24
  • BWO nymphs size 20-22
  • Zebra Midge size 18-22
  • Bling midge size 20-22
  • Sow Bugs size 18-22
  • Caddis Nymph size 16-20
  • Streamers of various sizes and colors

OCT 30, 2017

Spawning season is upon us! Please be cautious of spawning beds when wading and don’t target spawning fish...That is bad mojo and really frowned upon. If you’re not sure what a spawning bed or (redd) looks like, then I suggest you Google it and learn more about what to look for. Basically it’s a bright gravel spot in the water. Steer clear of these. Respect the fish and they will in turn reward you. (I'm a believer in fish karma.)

Middle Provo

Fishing is still awesome and there are plenty of bugs still around. The best time of the day right now is from 11am to 4pm. If you’re out on the water earlier or later, streamer fishing has been producing quite well. When it’s sunny, expect to see some Caddis flying around and some tiny pseudoclones out and about. The fish are still coming up for those pretty consistently. If it’s cloudy, you will see more Blue Wing Olives. The BWO's and pseudoclones are pretty similar in size and sometimes difficult to identify, but the BWO's are just a little big bigger. BWO's are about size 20-22 and the pseudoclones are closer to 22-26. If in doubt, smaller is better. The Lower is fishing well and has dropped quite a bit. It is flowing at about 100 cfs, which will allow you to access anywhere you want to get to. The weeds are still around, but they have cleared up a bit in some parts of the river. Focus on those weedless patches if you find them and it will spare you some frustration. There are Blue Wing Olives popping around 11:30am to 3pm especially if it’s overcast, so be prepared with some of those in size 20-22 if you’re looking to throw dries. Streamers have also been productive if you can get away from the weeds, as well as nymphing with sow bugs, midges, and BWO nymphs.

Flows

The middle Provo is flowing at about 150 cfs. This is a great flow and you can virtually get to anywhere you want to in the water.

Flies

  • Sparkle Dun BWO size 20-22
  • Parachute Adams size 20-24
  • BWO cripple size 20-22
  • Mother Shucker size 20-24
  • Morgans Midge size 20-24
  • Orange Stimulator size 12-14
  • Orange/Bronze body caddis size 12-14
  • BWO nymphs size 20-22
  • RS2 size 20-24
  • Zebra Midge size 18-22
  • Caddis Nymph size 16-20
  • Streamers of various sizes and colors

Lower Provo

The Lower is fishing well and has dropped quite a bit. It is flowing at about 100 cfs, which will allow you to access anywhere you want to get to. The weeds are still around, but they have cleared up a bit in some parts of the river. Focus on those weedless patches if you find them and it will spare you some frustration. There are Blue Wing Olives popping around 11:30am to 3pm especially if it’s overcast, so be prepared with some of those in size 20-22 if you’re looking to throw dries. Streamers have also been productive if you can get away from the weeds, as well as nymphing with sow bugs, midges, and BWO nymphs.

Flows

Flows are currently around 100 cfs, which is super low for the Lower Provo, but you will be able to access practically anywhere that you want to get to.

Flies

  • Sparkle Dun BWO size 20-22
  • Parachute Adams size 20-24
  • BWO cripple size 20-22
  • Mother Shucker size 20-24
  • Morgans Midge size 20-24
  • BWO nymphs size 20-22
  • RS2 size 20-24
  • Zebra Midge size 18-22
  • Streamers of various sizes and colors

Weber River

The Weber below Rockport is finally up a bit from where it’s been for the past few months, and it’s fishing pretty solid with streamers and nymphs. There is a little bit of activity on top of the water for some smaller midges size 22-24, but streamers and nymphs have been producing well. Sow bugs are always a good option on the Weber when nymphing as well as midges, and you might be able to get away with a few on a pheasant tail. If fishing streamers, use a bright streamer on bright days and fish a dark streamer on darker days.

Flows

The flows are sitting at 130 cfs below Rockport, which is a solid flow. If you are looking to fish below Echo, don’t — there is barely any water there right now.

Flies

  • Sow bugs size 18-20
  • Midges size 20-24
  • Streamers of various sizes and colors

Green River

The Green is fishing a bit better now that the streamers are picking up. If streamers aren’t your thing, then you can still get some looking up at some tiny BWO's and Pseudoclones. You might still be able to fool a few into a terrestrial still if it’s a warmer day. I would suggest putting on a terrestrial, trail it by a BWO or Pseudoclone and use the bigger terrestrial as your indicator if they go for the smaller fly. You can also do the same thing with a terrestrial and a nymph of course, which will still produce.

Flows

The flows have dropped a little bit for the fall flows and they are sitting at about 1500 cfs. This is a great flow and is even better now for wade fishing. You will be able to access a few more spots than you could all summer long.

Flies

  • Mother Shucker size 20-24
  • Morgans Midge size 20-24
  • Caddis size 12-14
  • RS2 size 20-24
  • Zebra Midge size 18-22
  • Streamers of various sizes and colors

OCT 10, 2017

Spawning season is upon us! Please be cautious of spawning beds when wading and don’t target spawning fish...That is bad mojo and really frowned upon. If you’re not sure what a spawning bed or (redd) looks like, then I suggest you Google it and learn more about what to look for. Basically it’s a bright gravel spot in the water. Steer clear of these. Respect the fish and they will in turn reward you. (I'm a believer in fish karma.)

Middle Provo

Fall fishing is on! This past weekend the fish on the middle Provo were going crazy for caddis, BWO's and tiny pseudocloeons. They were rising all over the place, but they were awfully picky. Aside from the caddisflies, the BWO's and pseudos are tiny — anywhere from size 20-24 — so make sure you are fishing 6x or 7x with these smaller flies. Fishing a size 12-14 Caddis or orange stimulator with a tiny BWO or pseudo trailing it was very productive. The hatch has been best from around 11am to 4pm. If you are there before then or after then and aren’t seeing any fish rising, then nymphing with a midge, BWO, or caddis is still very productive as well. Streamers have also started picking up, so feel free to huck some meat out there!

Flows

The middle Provo is flowing at about 150 cfs. This is a great flow and you can virtually get to anywhere you want to in the water.

Flies

  • Sparkle Dun BWO size 20-22
  • Parachute Adams size 20-24
  • BWO cripple size 20-22
  • Mother Shucker size 20-24
  • Morgans Midge size 20-24
  • Orange Stimulator size 12-14
  • Orange/Bronze body caddis size 12-14
  • BWO nymphs size 20-22
  • RS2 size 20-24
  • Zebra Midge size 18-22
  • Caddis Nymph size 16-20
  • Streamers of various sizes and colors

Lower Provo

Fishing on the Lower Provo has been good aside from all of the weeds in the water. If nymphing or throwing streamers, you are going to have to be pretty selective as to where you are fishing or you are going to spend most of your time cleaning off the weeds from your flies. If you are able to find some weed free water then nymphing with sow bugs, and midges and throwing streamers have been really productive. Dries are fishing well with small BWO's and midges.

Flows

Flows are around 156 cfs. This is a great flow and you will be able to wade through those deeper sections that you always want to fish.

Flies

  • Sparkle Dun BWO size 20-22
  • Parachute Adams size 20-24
  • BWO cripple size 20-22
  • Mother Shucker size 20-24
  • Morgans Midge size 20-24
  • BWO nymphs size 20-22
  • RS2 size 20-24
  • Zebra Midge size 18-22
  • Streamers of various sizes and colors

Weber River

The Weber is fishing decent right now especially with streamers. The flows are pretty low and the water is clear so you’re going to need to put your ninja stealth skills to work so you don’t spook any fish. Nymphing with a Sow should produce some fish as well.

Flows

The flows are running low at around 90 cfs below Rockport and 150 cfs below Echo.

Flies

  • Sow bugs size 18-20
  • Midges size 20-24
  • Streamers of various sizes and colors

Green River

The Green is fishing OK right now. There isn’t one specific, prolific, terrific hatch going on, but you may see some sporadic hatches of tiny pseudocloeons on the water and an occasional caddis. So come prepared with some 5x, 6x tippet to tie those tiny pseudos to. You might be able to get away with a terrestrial and dropper on warmer sunny days, Streamers are fishing well on most days. A big articulated streamer or Goldilocks usually work pretty well up there. Nymphing will produce on the Green as well with a zebra midge, pheasant tail, or frenchie.

Flows

The flows have been pretty consistent between 2300 and 2400 cfs. This is a great flow for waders and floaters.

Flies

  • Mother Shucker size 20-24
  • Morgans Midge size 20-24
  • Caddis size 12-14
  • RS2 size 20-24
  • Zebra Midge size 18-22
  • Streamers of various sizes and colors

SEPT 25, 2017

Middle Provo

The temperatures are dropping as well as the flows on most of the local waters. However, fishing is still very productive throughout most of the day. Mornings and evenings have been good fishing with a caddis, as well as mid-day if you are able to catch a pmd hatch. If it’s a nice warm day, then put on a bigger terrestrial with a dropper and you should have some success. If you’re not seeing any action on the surface of the water, then don’t hesitate to throw on a caddis nymph, pmd or midge and get them down under.

Flows

The flows are sitting around 250 cfs, which is a solid flow.

Flies

  • Parachute PMD size 18-20
  • Split-case PMD size 18-20
  • PMD emerger size 18-20
  • PMD cripple size 18-20
  • Elk hair caddis size 16-18
  • X-caddis size 18-20
  • Spent partridge caddis size 16-18
  • Caddis nymph size 18-20
  • Zebra Midge size 16-22
  • Sow bugs size 16-22
  • Pheasant tail size 16-22
  • Split case PMD size 16-18
  • Hoppers size 10-14
  • Ants/beetles size 14-18
  • Crickets size 12-16

Lower Provo

The water dropped to around 205 cfs on the lower, which is a good flow and will allow you to wade across almost any part of the river, so go hit those tough to get to spots while the flows are down! Fishing on the Lower isn’t much different than what’s going on with the Middle. Caddis and pmd’s are still around and fishing decently as well as terrestrials. Nymph fishing has been good with a sow bug, pmd, caddis and midges. It’s also about time to start stripping some streamers, so if that’s you’re game, then game on!

Flows

The lower is flowing at about 205 cfs, which is a low flow, but it will still fish well.

Flies

  • Parachute PMD size 16-18
  • Sparkle dun PMD size 16-18
  • PMD emerger size 16-18
  • PMD cripple size 16-18
  • Elk hair caddis size 16-18
  • X-caddis size 18-20
  • Spent partridge caddis size 16-18
  • Zebra Midge size 16-22
  • Sow bugs size 16-22
  • Pheasant tail size 16-22
  • Split case PMD size 16-18
  • Hoppers size 10-14
  • Ants/beetles size 14-18
  • Crickets size 12-16

Weber River

The Weber is still running low like it has been the last few months and is currently flowing at around 80 cfs. Fishing is decent on the Weber, but not awesome. You might be able to get a few on a terrestrial with a dropper trailing it, or nymphing with a sow bug. Streamer season is upon us and you could probably get into a few with a streamer such as a classic wooly bugger, or sex dungeon.

Flows

Flows have been stable at around 80 cfs for a while now and should continue to stay there.

Flies

  • Hoppers size 10-14
  • Ants/beetles size 14-18
  • Crickets size 12-16
  • Zebra Midge size 16-22
  • Sow Bugs size 16-22
  • Pheasant tail size 16-22

Green River

The fish are getting used to most things being presented to them and are becoming a bit picky. It's tough for them to refuse a nicely presented fly though, so keep at it if there’s not much action. There are some smaller mayflies hatching, so if you see some fish sipping the surface then tie on a size 20-22 pseudoclone or trico and you should get some action. If it’s a nice warm day then put on a terrestrial and fish a dropper below it. Streamers have also been producing, so don’t be afraid to huck some meat at them.

Flows

The Green is currently flowing at 2382 cfs, which is a solid flow.

Flies

  • Hoppers size 8-14
  • Ants/beetles size 14-18
  • Crickets size 10-16
  • Zebra Midge size 16-22
  • Pheasant tail size 16-22
  • Smaller mayfly patterns size 20-22

AUG 22, 2017

Middle Provo

As of today, the flows have fluctuated a little bit and dropped down to around 200 cfs. This is a good flow — just a bit lower than it has been lately. The Middle is fishing pretty well, with PMD's, Caddis, and Terrestrials still in the mix. The PMD's are still quite prominent, especially on overcast days. You will typically see the hatch from late morning to late afternoon. The caddis are a solid option in the early mornings and evenings. If you’re not seeing any fish rise, just fish a caddis in the faster, riffle water and it will often entice a fish up. Terrestrials are a great option mid-day when its super hot out and there’s not much activity. You could also try fishing a dropper like a midge, or caddis pupa from a bigger terrestrial and that has worked pretty well.

Flows

As of today, the flows are sitting around 200 cfs. This is a good flow for whichever method of fly fishing you prefer.

Flies

  • Parachute PMD size 16-18
  • Sparkle dun PMD size 16-18
  • PMD emerger size 16-18
  • PMD cripple size 16-18
  • Elk hair caddis size 16-18
  • X-caddis size 18-20
  • Spent partridge caddis size 16-18
  • Zebra Midge size 16-22
  • Sow Bugs size 16-22
  • Pheasant tail size 16-22
  • Split case PMD size 16-18
  • Hoppers size 10-14
  • Ants/beetles size 14-18
  • Crickets size 12-16

Lower Provo

The flows on the Lower just went up to 488 cfs right below Deer Creek. This is still a solid flow although it’s gone up a bit. The Lower is fishing similar to the Middle Provo. Caddis, PMD's, and Terrestrials are what you want to throw out there. Caddis will work early in the morning and evenings and you could try trailing a caddis with a small midge dry fly. PMD's have been hatching better on overcast days and it’s typically around noon to late afternoon. Terrestrials with a Dropper are a good option to try mid-day if you’re not seeing much activity on the surface.

Flows

The Lower is flowing at 488 cfs below Deer Creek. This is a good flow. Just focus on riffles, edges, and faster skinnier water.

Flies

  • Parachute PMD size 16-18
  • Sparkle dun PMD size 16-18
  • PMD emerger size 16-18
  • PMD cripple size 16-18
  • Elk hair caddis size 16-18
  • X-caddis size 18-20
  • Spent partridge caddis size 16-18
  • Zebra Midge size 16-22
  • Sow Bugs size 16-22
  • Pheasant tail size 16-22
  • Split case PMD size 16-18
  • Hoppers size 10-14
  • Ants/beetles size 14-18
  • Crickets size 12-16

Weber River

The Weber is still running really low at around 70 cfs below Rockport. This is a very low flow, and I would advise you to fish elsewhere if possible. The flows below Echo are much better at around 440 cfs. Fishing on the Weber this year hasn’t been on fire, but you can still catch a few. Caddis and Terrestrials with a dropper (Caddis pupa or Sow bug) have been working the best as of late.

Flows

The Weber below Rockport is still running really low at around 70 cfs. This is very low and would probably be best to fish elsewhere. The flows below Echo are much better at around 440 cfs.

Flies

  • Elk hair caddis size 16-18
  • X-caddis size 18-20
  • Spent partridge caddis size 16-18
  • Hoppers size 10-14
  • Ants/beetles size 14-18
  • Crickets size 12-16
  • Zebra Midge size 16-22
  • Sow Bugs size 16-22
  • Pheasant tail size 16-22

Green River

The Green is still flowing at about 2400 cfs, which is a great flow for wading fisherman and fishing from a boat. Fishing is getting a bit tougher now that there isn’t a primary hatch going on right now. However, if you can put it in the right spot with a big juicy hopper/cricket or smaller ant/beetle pattern you will get some noses up. You can still entice a few with a caddis even though there aren’t too many around. The dry dropper combo with a heavier bead head isn’t a bad option right now either.

Flows

The flows have been consistently at around 2400 cfs for almost 2 months now. This is a good flow for the Green.

Flies

  • Hoppers size 8-14
  • Ants/beetles size 14-18
  • Crickets size 10-16
  • Elk hair caddis size 16-18
  • X-caddis size 16-18
  • Zebra Midge size 16-22
  • Pheasant tail size 16-22

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