Asking a fly fisherman to pick their favorite fly pattern is a lot like asking a mother to pick her favorite child (although, Iím an only child, and Iím still not convinced that Iím my momís favorite. But thatís a blog piece for another day).
Most fly fishers, myself included, fill their fly boxes to the brim with hundreds of different patterns. Each fly is unique and designed to imitate the various mayflies, caddisflies, midges, stoneflies, scuds and terrestrials that are common to Coloradoís waterways. And combining the ďartĒ of casting a fly rod with the science of entomology (the study of insects) is what makes fly fishing so fun and rewarding.
READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE ON THE COLORADO OUTDOORS ONLINE WEBSITE: http://coloradooutdoorsmag.com/2014/07/02/use-this-fly-to-catch-more-fish-in-colorado/