Fly Patterns for Trout
In addition to the flies named above the angler planning a trip to the famous trout waters of Maine and Canada, the Rangeleys, the Nepigon, and other lakes and large streams should add to his collection the Parmachene belle (first tied by Henry P. Wells, the writer of that best of all fly-fishing books, "Fly-rods and Fly-tackle," with a special view to use in Maine waters) and the silver doctor upon hooks of larger sizes than those above suggested; it should be stated, however, that even in wilderness streams flies dressed on small hooks are often the only successful ones. The last named flies are also good for sea trout and ouananiche.
Camp, Samuel Granger. The Fine Art of Fishing. New York: Outing Pub., 1911. Print.
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