Angler's West Blog

July 17, 2014
Big Flies for Big Fish
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Flies that mean business. If it's the fish of a lifetime you're after, these will help get you there

The biggest fish in the river never come easy. It takes time, patience, and the right fly in the right place to get the biggest trout to eat. Flahes, tugs, and busted off fish pave the road to ultimate success. The Yellowstone river is full of "fish of a lifetime" fish, and if it's size you're after it's hard to think of a better piece of water. We we go out on the hunt for the biggest fish, we bring flies up to the task. Names like Home Invader, Fat Head, and Sasquatch replace the cripples, CDCs, and spinners were accustommed to. Sinking lines find their way onto our reels. If size is what you're after, we've got what you need to get it done-- just stop on in anytime.

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