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Como empezar a pescar con mosca 07 patrones

  1. 1. TOMO 7 – Sólo patrones 4° Edición, Marzo de 2006 Versión 01/03/06
  2. 2. Agradecimientos: Fundamentalmente a mi pareja y a mi hijo que me aguantan. En segundo lugar a la gente del Fogón mosquero http://ar.groups.yahoo.com/group/fogon-mosquero/ - http://www.fogonmosquero.com.ar. A la gente de los Foros de discusión de Pescanet http://www.pescanet.com/participacion/foro_de_discusion/forum.asp?FORUM_ID=3 quienes me impulsaron, alentaron, opinaron y criticaron este proyecto. Al Foro de Pescadores con mosca de Chile A.G. http://patagoniaadventures.cl/f1/index.php?board=1. Quienes publicitan amablementeel libro y son fuente permanente de información. A la gente de Pescanautas quienes espontáneamente se ofrecieron a alojar el proyecto. Por último, a los que hicieron posible esta compilación, es decir, las páginas de donde obtuve la mayoría de la información: http://www.flyfishing-argentina.com http://www.conmosca.com http://www.riosdelsur.cl http://www.yosemite.cl http://www.artesanosdemosca.com http://www.riosysenderos.com http://www.irresistibleflyshop.com.ar http://www.tiendafly.com.ar http://www.msdb.com.ar http://www.fenwickfishing.com http://www.aapm.org.ar http://www.msdb.com.ar http://www.pescaenred.com http://www.pesca.org.mx http://www.gochile.cl/spa/Guide/ChileFlyFishing/Taller.asp http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/Bench/1970/tecnicas_que_uso.htm http://www.australanglers.com/homepagee.htm http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/Arena/8433/links.htm http://www.pescanautas.com.ar http://www.geocities.com/~anglers/secas.html http://www.anapam.org http://www.pesca-fly.com.ar http://www.mosqueros.org.ar http://www.tarariraventura.com http://www.pesca-fly.com.ar “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 2
  3. 3. INDICE TOMO 7 INDICE TOMO 7 ________________________________________________________ 3 INTRODUCCION AL TOMO 7_____________________________________________ 22 CATALOGO___________________________________________________________ 22 LOS PATRONES _______________________________________________________ 47 La doctora ________________________________________________________________ 47 Pérez Destroyer ____________________________________________________________ 47 Juancho Destroyer _________________________________________________________ 48 Navas ____________________________________________________________________ 48 Massarta __________________________________________________________________ 49 Pérez Castaño _____________________________________________________________ 49 Montana Rubber Legs _______________________________________________________ 50 Rabbit Muddler_____________________________________________________________ 50 Cone Head Fox Muddler _____________________________________________________ 50 Madre del Agua ____________________________________________________________ 50 Rabbit Limay ______________________________________________________________ 51 Tromba ___________________________________________________________________ 51 Jabalí_____________________________________________________________________ 52 Mamarracho _______________________________________________________________ 55 Black Nose Dace ___________________________________________________________ 56 Fina ______________________________________________________________________ 56 Peligro Polaco _____________________________________________________________ 56 Monona ___________________________________________________________________ 56 Monona Zonker ____________________________________________________________ 57 Black & Yellow _____________________________________________________________ 57 CDC Caddis Olive __________________________________________________________ 57 Tarántula (Silver) ___________________________________________________________ 57 Tarántula (Brown) __________________________________________________________ 57 San José __________________________________________________________________ 58 Scud Olive/Gray BH_________________________________________________________ 58 Shrimp ___________________________________________________________________ 58 Grey Fox __________________________________________________________________ 58 Black Gnat ________________________________________________________________ 59 Light Cahill ________________________________________________________________ 59 Red Quill __________________________________________________________________ 59 Quill Gordon_______________________________________________________________ 60 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 3
  4. 4. Blue Quill _________________________________________________________________ 60 March Brown ______________________________________________________________ 60 Rosenbauer's BWO Snowshoe Rabbit Emerger__________________________________ 61 RS 2______________________________________________________________________ 61 Blue Winged Olive __________________________________________________________ 61 Blue Winged Olive Thorax ___________________________________________________ 61 Aire-Flow Cutwing Dun ______________________________________________________ 62 Blue Wing Olive Parachute ___________________________________________________ 62 Extreme Emerger ___________________________________________________________ 62 Cannon's Bunny Dun _______________________________________________________ 62 CDC Mayfly Emerger ________________________________________________________ 63 Barr's Emerger Fly__________________________________________________________ 63 Goodman's CDC Emerger____________________________________________________ 63 AK's Quill - BWO ___________________________________________________________ 63 Travis Hi-Vis BWO Para Emerger______________________________________________ 64 Travis Hi-Vis Baetis Para Emerger_____________________________________________ 64 Indicator Parachute -- Baetis _________________________________________________ 64 Cannon's Snowshoe Emerger ________________________________________________ 65 Budding Emerger___________________________________________________________ 65 Etha-Wing Emerger _________________________________________________________ 65 CDC Comparadun __________________________________________________________ 66 CDC Mayfly Dun____________________________________________________________ 66 Eastern Green Drake ________________________________________________________ 66 Coffinfly __________________________________________________________________ 67 Travis Extended Body Green Drake____________________________________________ 67 Hairwing Western Green Drake _______________________________________________ 67 Extended Body Eastern Green Drake __________________________________________ 67 Extended Body Green Drake Spinner __________________________________________ 68 Travis Hi-Vis Green Drake Para Emerger _______________________________________ 68 Trico Spinner ______________________________________________________________ 68 Moto's Minnow _____________________________________________________________ 69 Conehead Wooly Sculpin ____________________________________________________ 69 Cone Head Marabou Muddler _________________________________________________ 69 Cone Head Muddler Minnow Stream ___________________________________________ 69 Woolhead Sculpin __________________________________________________________ 70 Mini Muddler Streamer ______________________________________________________ 70 Cone Head Zuddler _________________________________________________________ 70 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 4
  5. 5. Tunghead Marabou Muddler__________________________________________________ 71 Orange Blossom Special Fly _________________________________________________ 71 Franke Shiner______________________________________________________________ 71 Gray Ghost Streamer________________________________________________________ 71 Mickey Finn _______________________________________________________________ 72 Black Ghost Streamer _______________________________________________________ 72 Bead Head Lite Brite Zonker__________________________________________________ 72 Strip Tease ________________________________________________________________ 73 Cone Head Double Bunny____________________________________________________ 73 Bead Head Woolly Bugger Streamer ___________________________________________ 73 Cone Head Woolly Bugger ___________________________________________________ 73 Bead Head Lite Brite Bugger _________________________________________________ 74 Mudd Bugger Fly ___________________________________________________________ 74 Woolly Bomber ____________________________________________________________ 74 Tequeely Streamer__________________________________________________________ 74 Girdle Bugger______________________________________________________________ 75 Krystal Bugger _____________________________________________________________ 75 Meg-A-Egg Suck. Leech _____________________________________________________ 75 Hot Cone Wooly Bugger _____________________________________________________ 75 Tunghead Woolly Bugger ____________________________________________________ 76 March Brown Wet __________________________________________________________ 76 Hornberg__________________________________________________________________ 76 Bead Head Flymph - PMD ____________________________________________________ 76 Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear______________________________________________________ 77 Bead Head Flymph - Hendrickson _____________________________________________ 77 Bead Head Flymph - Sulphur _________________________________________________ 77 Tung Head Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail __________________________________________ 78 Partridge Soft Hackles ______________________________________________________ 78 TH Soft Hackle Hares Ear ____________________________________________________ 78 Backscratcher Nymph_______________________________________________________ 78 Harey Prince_______________________________________________________________ 79 Lightning Bug _____________________________________________________________ 79 Bead Head Swimming Hares Ear ______________________________________________ 79 BLM (Beaded Little Mayfly) Nymph ____________________________________________ 79 Yuk Bug Nymph ____________________________________________________________ 80 Tunghead Squirrel Tail ______________________________________________________ 80 Bead Head Zug Bug_________________________________________________________ 80 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 5
  6. 6. Half Back Nymph ___________________________________________________________ 81 JR Cranefly________________________________________________________________ 81 Bead Head Rainbow Prince __________________________________________________ 81 Crayfish __________________________________________________________________ 81 Soft Hackle Sow____________________________________________________________ 82 Flashback Scud ____________________________________________________________ 82 Bead Body Scud ___________________________________________________________ 82 Ostrich Sow Bug ___________________________________________________________ 83 Scudd Wet ________________________________________________________________ 83 Simple Shrimp _____________________________________________________________ 83 Y2K Fly ___________________________________________________________________ 84 Bead Head Soft Hackle Hares Ear _____________________________________________ 84 Holy Grail _________________________________________________________________ 84 Tunghead Black Soft Hackle Caddis Pupa ______________________________________ 85 Bead Head Caddis Pupa _____________________________________________________ 85 Schroeder's Tunghead Green Weenie __________________________________________ 85 T.H. Soft Hackle Caddis Pupa_________________________________________________ 86 Schroeder's Tunghead Lime Caddis ___________________________________________ 86 Bead Head Barr's Net Builder_________________________________________________ 86 Tunghead Czech Mate Nymph ________________________________________________ 87 Bead Head Ovipositing Caddis _______________________________________________ 87 Bead Head Serendipity ______________________________________________________ 87 Bead Head Breadcrust ______________________________________________________ 88 Bead Head Krystal Caddis Larva ______________________________________________ 88 Travis Glass Bead Caddis Emerger ____________________________________________ 88 Double Bead Head Caddis ___________________________________________________ 89 Bead Head Stonefly _________________________________________________________ 89 T.H. Golden Stone Fly _______________________________________________________ 89 Creepy Hare's Ear __________________________________________________________ 89 Schroeder's T.H. Ostrich Stone _______________________________________________ 90 Schroeder's T.H. Carrot Nymph _______________________________________________ 90 B.H. Midge Fly _____________________________________________________________ 90 Bead Head Brassie _________________________________________________________ 91 Travis Bead . Swimming Damsel ______________________________________________ 91 Panfish Bugger ____________________________________________________________ 91 PATRONES DE WWW.MARKOV.BAIKAL.RU _______________________________ 91 Black Palmer ______________________________________________________________ 92 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 6
  7. 7. Yellow Caddis _____________________________________________________________ 92 Wiggle Nymph _____________________________________________________________ 92 Cased Caddis ______________________________________________________________ 92 Glass beads impostor _______________________________________________________ 93 Deer Hair Floating Nymph____________________________________________________ 93 PMD Quigley Cripple ________________________________________________________ 93 Bead Heart Scud ___________________________________________________________ 93 Hamill's Killer ______________________________________________________________ 94 The Fly ___________________________________________________________________ 94 Black Caddis ______________________________________________________________ 94 Damsel Nymph_____________________________________________________________ 94 Tadpole ___________________________________________________________________ 95 AP Nymph_________________________________________________________________ 95 Peacock Trude _____________________________________________________________ 95 MOSCAS DE DANICA___________________________________________________ 95 Articulated Squid ___________________________________________________________ 95 Atomic Skunk______________________________________________________________ 95 Beauly Snow Fly ___________________________________________________________ 95 Bjorn Super Prawn _________________________________________________________ 95 Black & Green Marabou Spey_________________________________________________ 96 Blue Haas _________________________________________________________________ 96 Brad's Brat ________________________________________________________________ 96 Chamberlain _______________________________________________________________ 96 Coal Car __________________________________________________________________ 96 Cra-dhearg Carran __________________________________________________________ 96 Dark Rajah ________________________________________________________________ 96 Drithlinn Carran (orange) ____________________________________________________ 96 Green Butt Purple __________________________________________________________ 96 Herzanfall _________________________________________________________________ 96 Hunter's Tippet Shrimp (red) _________________________________________________ 96 Naranxeira (northwest_variant) _______________________________________________ 96 North Country Carran _______________________________________________________ 96 Northwest Charm___________________________________________________________ 96 Orange & Pink Marabou Spey ________________________________________________ 96 Purple Pet _________________________________________________________________ 96 Rio de Cowlitz _____________________________________________________________ 96 Sauk River Grub/Shrimp _____________________________________________________ 96 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 7
  8. 8. Simple Umpqua ____________________________________________________________ 96 Squash Blossom ___________________________________________________________ 96 Steelhead Tartan ___________________________________________________________ 97 Stillaquamish Special _______________________________________________________ 97 Tattoo'd Lady ______________________________________________________________ 97 Undertaker ________________________________________________________________ 97 Willy Gunn Marabou Spey ___________________________________________________ 97 Midge 1 ___________________________________________________________________ 97 Midge 2 ___________________________________________________________________ 97 Teardrop Diving CDC&Elk ___________________________________________________ 97 TF BWO___________________________________________________________________ 97 TF Noname ________________________________________________________________ 97 TF PMD ___________________________________________________________________ 97 Trico _____________________________________________________________________ 97 Blood Hot _________________________________________________________________ 98 Brassie Midge _____________________________________________________________ 98 CDC Wing RS2 _____________________________________________________________ 98 Chocolate Foam-wing Emerger _______________________________________________ 98 Foam-back WD-40 __________________________________________________________ 98 Foam-wing RS2 ____________________________________________________________ 98 Gray Foam-wing Emerger ____________________________________________________ 98 Grizzly Zebra Emerger_______________________________________________________ 98 Gunner ___________________________________________________________________ 98 Mercury Midge _____________________________________________________________ 98 Rainbow Midge ____________________________________________________________ 98 Thread Midge ______________________________________________________________ 98 Zebra Emerger _____________________________________________________________ 98 Zebra Pupa ________________________________________________________________ 98 Caseless Caddis ___________________________________________________________ 98 Flymph ___________________________________________________________________ 98 Klinkhåmer special _________________________________________________________ 98 Leadhead _________________________________________________________________ 98 Mighty Midge ______________________________________________________________ 99 Nymphing Emerger _________________________________________________________ 99 Once and Away ____________________________________________________________ 99 Parapoly Sedge ____________________________________________________________ 99 Adult Midge _______________________________________________________________ 99 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 8
  9. 9. Avon Special ______________________________________________________________ 99 Avon Special Emerger_______________________________________________________ 99 Caenis Nymph _____________________________________________________________ 99 Copper Wire Hare's Mask ____________________________________________________ 99 Dark Olive Emerger _________________________________________________________ 99 Flesk Iron Blue Nymph ______________________________________________________ 99 Gold Head Damsel Nymph ___________________________________________________ 99 J.D. Midge Pupa ____________________________________________________________ 99 March Brown Emerger ______________________________________________________ 99 Mayfly Emerger ____________________________________________________________ 99 Murrough _________________________________________________________________ 99 Olive Emerger No. 1_________________________________________________________ 99 Olive Emerger No. 2_________________________________________________________ 99 Parachute Mating Midge _____________________________________________________ 99 Pond Olive Nymph__________________________________________________________ 99 Reversed Caenis Emerger __________________________________________________ 100 Reversed Parachute Mayfly Emerger _________________________________________ 100 Sedge Pupa No. 1 _________________________________________________________ 100 Sedge Pupa No. 2 _________________________________________________________ 100 Small Dry Sedge __________________________________________________________ 100 Sunset Emerger ___________________________________________________________ 100 Tups Variant ______________________________________________________________ 100 Ausable Softhackle ________________________________________________________ 100 Ausable Wulff_____________________________________________________________ 100 Black Ant (dry) ____________________________________________________________ 100 Black Ant (wet)____________________________________________________________ 100 Black/Orange Salmon Grub _________________________________________________ 100 BWO Breakout Emerger ____________________________________________________ 100 Chartreuse Estaz Comet ____________________________________________________ 100 Dark Sulphur _____________________________________________________________ 100 Delaware Adams __________________________________________________________ 101 Estaz Egg ________________________________________________________________ 101 Frammus Comet __________________________________________________________ 101 Golden Stone _____________________________________________________________ 101 Green Drake ______________________________________________________________ 101 Isonychia ________________________________________________________________ 101 Isonychia Breakout Emerger ________________________________________________ 101 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 9
  10. 10. Lady Beaverkill ___________________________________________________________ 101 Light Sulphur _____________________________________________________________ 101 Loren's LB Smolt __________________________________________________________ 101 Male Beaverkill____________________________________________________________ 101 March Brown Breakout Emerger _____________________________________________ 101 Modified Shenk's Sculpin ___________________________________________________ 101 Orange Salmon Grub_______________________________________________________ 101 Pearl Estaz Comet _________________________________________________________ 101 Pink Comet _______________________________________________________________ 101 Quill Gordon______________________________________________________________ 102 Steel-Head _______________________________________________________________ 102 Steelhead Pat _____________________________________________________________ 102 Sucker Spawn ____________________________________________________________ 102 Sulphur Breakout Emerger __________________________________________________ 102 Woven Stone _____________________________________________________________ 102 Heckham (Variant) _________________________________________________________ 102 Ke-He ___________________________________________________________________ 102 Pheasant Quill ____________________________________________________________ 103 Pheasant Yellow & Black ___________________________________________________ 103 Reid's Assassin (Clyde Style)________________________________________________ 103 Squirrel & Orange (Low Water Salmon) _______________________________________ 104 Stank Hen (Clyde Style) ____________________________________________________ 104 Stuckie (Clyde style) _______________________________________________________ 104 Teal & Yellow (Clyde Style)__________________________________________________ 105 Woodcock & Yellow (Clyde Style) ____________________________________________ 105 Acetone San Juan _________________________________________________________ 105 Antron Collar Bugger ______________________________________________________ 105 BWO Killer _______________________________________________________________ 106 Evil Weevil _______________________________________________________________ 106 Evil Weevil Damsel ________________________________________________________ 106 Evil Weevil Floating ________________________________________________________ 107 Evil Weevil Ice ____________________________________________________________ 107 Jeremy’s E-Z Stone ________________________________________________________ 107 Ne0 Twenty Incher _________________________________________________________ 108 Tumblin’ Beetle - black _____________________________________________________ 108 Ultra Flash Midge (red) _____________________________________________________ 108 Ant______________________________________________________________________ 108 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 10
  11. 11. Baetis Rhodani Emerger ____________________________________________________ 109 Baetis Rhodani Nymph _____________________________________________________ 109 CDC & Elk ________________________________________________________________ 109 Brown Drake Cripple _______________________________________________________ 109 Brown Drake Emerger ______________________________________________________ 110 Flav Spinner ______________________________________________________________ 110 Green Drake Emerger ______________________________________________________ 110 Henryville Special _________________________________________________________ 110 Wally Wing Rusty Biot Spinner ______________________________________________ 111 Oliver Edwards Hydrosyche Larva ___________________________________________ 111 Peeping Caddis ___________________________________________________________ 111 CDC Sedge _______________________________________________________________ 112 Golden Olive Dabbler ______________________________________________________ 112 Lively Mayfly _____________________________________________________________ 112 Sandeel clouser ___________________________________________________________ 112 Black Stonefly Nymph______________________________________________________ 113 Tom’s “Bug on the Window” ________________________________________________ 113 Adult Jujubee Midge _______________________________________________________ 113 Barr Emerger _____________________________________________________________ 114 BC Dropper Hopper Tan ____________________________________________________ 114 Biot Emerger Dark _________________________________________________________ 114 Black Beauty _____________________________________________________________ 114 Charlie’s Mole Fly _________________________________________________________ 115 Charlie Boy Hopper Olive ___________________________________________________ 115 Charlie Boy Hopper Tan ____________________________________________________ 115 Chuck’s Caddis (Variant) ___________________________________________________ 116 Craven’s PTA _____________________________________________________________ 116 Foam Beetle ______________________________________________________________ 116 Partridge Caddis __________________________________________________________ 116 Platte River Special ________________________________________________________ 117 Poison Tung ______________________________________________________________ 117 Tent Wing Caddis _________________________________________________________ 117 CDC Sedge _______________________________________________________________ 117 Green Butterfly____________________________________________________________ 118 Mean Green Machine_______________________________________________________ 118 LE Damsel _______________________________________________________________ 118 LE Hen Hackle Dragon _____________________________________________________ 118 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 11
  12. 12. LE Shuttlecock Variant _____________________________________________________ 119 Thunder and Lightning _____________________________________________________ 119 Alice's Leech _____________________________________________________________ 119 Grizzly Spuddler __________________________________________________________ 120 Humpy Fry _______________________________________________________________ 120 Rektor Sculpin ____________________________________________________________ 120 Transitional Drake _________________________________________________________ 121 T’s Alevin ________________________________________________________________ 121 Floating Minnow __________________________________________________________ 121 Mykiss Marauder __________________________________________________________ 122 Pre-emergent PMD Nymph __________________________________________________ 122 Pre-emergent Sulphur ______________________________________________________ 122 Shaggy Dragon ___________________________________________________________ 123 Marabou Madness _________________________________________________________ 123 Blue Death _______________________________________________________________ 123 Bubble Boy Emerger _______________________________________________________ 124 Double Wing (Green) _______________________________________________________ 124 Kiwi Muddler (Pearl) _______________________________________________________ 124 Little Olive Teardrop Emerger _______________________________________________ 124 Thunder Creek Streamer - Rainbow Trout _____________________________________ 125 Timberline Emerger ________________________________________________________ 125 Two-Tone Flying Ant _______________________________________________________ 125 Hamill's Killer (Modern tie) __________________________________________________ 125 Haystack _________________________________________________________________ 126 Love's Lure (dry) __________________________________________________________ 126 Mohawk__________________________________________________________________ 126 Nelson's Caddis ___________________________________________________________ 126 Olive Stimulator ___________________________________________________________ 127 Olive Woodduck Heron _____________________________________________________ 127 Bustard __________________________________________________________________ 127 Golden Olive Bumble ______________________________________________________ 128 Lough Erne Special ________________________________________________________ 128 Pollack Bug ______________________________________________________________ 128 Midge Emerger____________________________________________________________ 129 Art Martinez’ Midge Pupa ___________________________________________________ 129 Hubka’s Oh My Darlon Mysis ________________________________________________ 129 Mike’s Brown Matuka ______________________________________________________ 130 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 12
  13. 13. Tak’s Baetis Emerger ______________________________________________________ 130 Tak’s Brown Streamer______________________________________________________ 130 Tak’s Olive Streamer _______________________________________________________ 130 Frozen Midge _____________________________________________________________ 131 Harbor Gnat ______________________________________________________________ 131 Sierra Wet Spot ___________________________________________________________ 131 Furled Golden Streamer ____________________________________________________ 131 Ken’s Surf Grub ___________________________________________________________ 132 Pearl Yeti ________________________________________________________________ 132 Blue Winged Olive Loop Wing _______________________________________________ 132 Cone Head Zonker Strip Muddler_____________________________________________ 133 Madame Hopper___________________________________________________________ 133 Simple Damsel Nymph _____________________________________________________ 133 Ceremony Sedge __________________________________________________________ 133 Cult 1____________________________________________________________________ 134 OW4FI ___________________________________________________________________ 134 Pete's R&B _______________________________________________________________ 134 Little Grayling Streamer ____________________________________________________ 135 Ugly Mayfly_______________________________________________________________ 135 Coachman _______________________________________________________________ 136 Gurgler __________________________________________________________________ 136 Gurgle-Pop Popper ________________________________________________________ 136 Hare & Herl Bugger ________________________________________________________ 137 Jardines de la Rejna Bonefish Special ________________________________________ 137 Mediterranean Deceiver ____________________________________________________ 137 Jerry the Squid____________________________________________________________ 138 Bondatti's Killer ___________________________________________________________ 138 Undertaker _______________________________________________________________ 138 Brindle Bug ______________________________________________________________ 139 Lighting Bug______________________________________________________________ 139 Flash Midge ______________________________________________________________ 139 Pheasant & Herl ___________________________________________________________ 139 Random Minnow __________________________________________________________ 140 Starling & Purple __________________________________________________________ 140 Adult Damsel _____________________________________________________________ 140 Don't Know _______________________________________________________________ 140 Lite-brite Fry______________________________________________________________ 141 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 13
  14. 14. Lucky 7 __________________________________________________________________ 141 88_______________________________________________________________________ 141 Backcountry Muddler ______________________________________________________ 142 Foam Dragonfly ___________________________________________________________ 142 Grizzly King ______________________________________________________________ 142 Duck Caddis ______________________________________________________________ 143 Oostvoorne Minky _________________________________________________________ 143 Grayling Bug _____________________________________________________________ 143 White Top Deer Hair Caddis _________________________________________________ 143 Cylinder Popper (blue tiger) _________________________________________________ 144 Elver ____________________________________________________________________ 145 Estaz Bug ________________________________________________________________ 145 Fun Foam Popper _________________________________________________________ 146 Little Black Caddis_________________________________________________________ 146 Little Brown Stone _________________________________________________________ 147 Wissahickon Midge ________________________________________________________ 147 Beadhead Tan Crystal Caddis _______________________________________________ 147 Bow River Bugger _________________________________________________________ 148 BH Renegade-Wet _________________________________________________________ 148 Snowshoe Hare Emerger ___________________________________________________ 148 Orange Spanish traditional wet ______________________________________________ 149 Green body tan wing caddis_________________________________________________ 149 Butterfly _________________________________________________________________ 149 Clouser Minnow - Glow in the Dark ___________________________________________ 149 Bead Head Leech__________________________________________________________ 150 Brass Beadhead Chironomid ________________________________________________ 150 Full Back_________________________________________________________________ 150 Glass Bead Chironomid ____________________________________________________ 150 Green Butt Skunk _________________________________________________________ 151 Mikulak Sedge ____________________________________________________________ 151 Tunkwanamid_____________________________________________________________ 151 Bunny Sculpin ____________________________________________________________ 151 Fafner ___________________________________________________________________ 152 Gurgler __________________________________________________________________ 152 Pink Clouser______________________________________________________________ 153 Sillycone _________________________________________________________________ 153 Upwing Snowshoe Emerger _________________________________________________ 153 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 14
  15. 15. Holo Spider_______________________________________________________________ 153 Little Black Bug ___________________________________________________________ 154 Red Spinner ______________________________________________________________ 154 Brun's Scud ______________________________________________________________ 154 The Norwegian Streamer Series (3.Minnow)____________________________________ 154 White Wing _______________________________________________________________ 155 Coppertail Nymph _________________________________________________________ 155 Sunrise Tarpon ___________________________________________________________ 155 Kapenta__________________________________________________________________ 156 Comparadun______________________________________________________________ 156 Daphnia__________________________________________________________________ 156 Cotta (Wet) _______________________________________________________________ 156 Orange Spider (Dry-Wet)____________________________________________________ 157 Beadhead Partridge & Peacock ______________________________________________ 157 Glass Bead Hare’s Ear _____________________________________________________ 157 Golden Stone _____________________________________________________________ 157 Hi Viz Caddis _____________________________________________________________ 158 Salmon Fly _______________________________________________________________ 158 Dun & Yellow Softhackle____________________________________________________ 158 Olive Usual _______________________________________________________________ 158 Sulfur Comparadun ________________________________________________________ 159 Yellow Bellied Mattress Thrasher ____________________________________________ 159 Polar Coachman __________________________________________________________ 160 Egg Sucking Leech, Green Egg Variant _______________________________________ 160 Skunk ___________________________________________________________________ 160 Mighty Pink Thing _________________________________________________________ 161 .08 ______________________________________________________________________ 161 Purple Peril Variant ________________________________________________________ 162 Barba____________________________________________________________________ 162 Bridge Midge _____________________________________________________________ 162 Fire Shrimp_______________________________________________________________ 163 Heptagenia _______________________________________________________________ 163 Mossback ________________________________________________________________ 163 Oliver Stone (*LOL*)the DIRECTOR??_________________________________________ 164 Rhyacophila ______________________________________________________________ 164 Slovenian sedge __________________________________________________________ 164 Softhackle________________________________________________________________ 164 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 15
  16. 16. TWE (Tom's Working Emerger) ______________________________________________ 165 Woolly ___________________________________________________________________ 165 Brown Hackle _____________________________________________________________ 165 Deckie Fly Nymph _________________________________________________________ 165 Green Gold Nymph ________________________________________________________ 166 Stone Fly Nymph __________________________________________________________ 166 Yellow Body Brown Nymph _________________________________________________ 166 Albino Peacock Miracle Midge _______________________________________________ 167 Brassie Midge ____________________________________________________________ 167 Brown Emerger Midge______________________________________________________ 167 Brown Peacock Emerger ___________________________________________________ 167 Cripple Crane Fly __________________________________________________________ 168 Desert Storm Midge________________________________________________________ 168 San Juan Flasher __________________________________________________________ 168 Quick Tie Mayfly __________________________________________________________ 168 Balsam Mountain Yellowhammer_____________________________________________ 169 Coch-Y-Bonddu (red and black)______________________________________________ 169 Fern Fly - Clyde Style ______________________________________________________ 169 Fiery Brown ______________________________________________________________ 170 Corixa ___________________________________________________________________ 170 Czech Nymph 3 ___________________________________________________________ 170 Garnaal __________________________________________________________________ 170 Tadpole __________________________________________________________________ 171 Yellow Dun _______________________________________________________________ 171 Blond Tiger Mink __________________________________________________________ 171 Butt-Ugly Bunny __________________________________________________________ 171 Cherynoble Soldier Ant Column (novelty fly) ___________________________________ 172 Duck’s Arse Damsel _______________________________________________________ 172 Fire Worm ________________________________________________________________ 173 GizmoBugger _____________________________________________________________ 173 Golden Prince ____________________________________________________________ 173 Hot head QT ______________________________________________________________ 174 Licorice Stick _____________________________________________________________ 174 Needle Hopper ____________________________________________________________ 174 Pike Hors d’oeuvre ________________________________________________________ 175 QD Boatman - Gold ________________________________________________________ 175 Salmon-oble Ant (novelty fly) ________________________________________________ 176 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 16
  17. 17. SnoBall Beetle ____________________________________________________________ 176 Stimulate-attract-icator _____________________________________________________ 177 White Lightning & Pearl Diver _______________________________________________ 178 Wing & Flash Dace ________________________________________________________ 178 Dean’s Worm _____________________________________________________________ 178 Freight Train______________________________________________________________ 179 Girdle Bug _______________________________________________________________ 179 Grizzly Renegade__________________________________________________________ 180 Hairy Gammarus __________________________________________________________ 180 Ice Fly ___________________________________________________________________ 180 Mac Daddy _______________________________________________________________ 181 Mahogany and Peacock ____________________________________________________ 181 Mill Creek Hopper _________________________________________________________ 182 Simon’s Spey _____________________________________________________________ 183 S.L.F Damsel _____________________________________________________________ 183 Swimming Scud ___________________________________________________________ 184 Tucannon Special _________________________________________________________ 184 Andy's Cripple ____________________________________________________________ 185 Black Nose Dace __________________________________________________________ 185 Black Smut (adult midge) ___________________________________________________ 185 Blue Winged Olive _________________________________________________________ 185 Fluttering Stonefly _________________________________________________________ 186 Kimball's diptera emerger___________________________________________________ 186 Neversink Skater __________________________________________________________ 186 PT Cruiser________________________________________________________________ 187 Snipe & Purple Softhackle __________________________________________________ 187 Starling & Herl Softhackle___________________________________________________ 187 Willow Fly ________________________________________________________________ 188 Attractor Sally ____________________________________________________________ 188 Banana Split ______________________________________________________________ 189 BCB (BWO CDC Biot) Sparkle Dun ___________________________________________ 189 BH Rubber Leg Prince______________________________________________________ 189 Coulee Cricket ____________________________________________________________ 189 Coulee Hopper ____________________________________________________________ 190 Lime Trude _______________________________________________________________ 190 Orange Soft Hackle Sow ____________________________________________________ 190 Red Belly Yuk Bug_________________________________________________________ 190 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 17
  18. 18. Spring Creek LB___________________________________________________________ 191 X-Caddis _________________________________________________________________ 191 Akroyd __________________________________________________________________ 192 Brown Nymph ____________________________________________________________ 192 Cul Drake ________________________________________________________________ 192 Muskrat Bumble___________________________________________________________ 193 Kong (a.k.a. Copper Yong) __________________________________________________ 193 Mercury Baetis ____________________________________________________________ 193 Mercury Lightening Bug ____________________________________________________ 193 Nuke Egg ________________________________________________________________ 194 Simple Foam Beetle________________________________________________________ 194 Sparkle Wing RS2 _________________________________________________________ 195 Braided Butt Parachute Damsel ______________________________________________ 195 BWO Emerger ____________________________________________________________ 195 BWO Palm Emerger________________________________________________________ 196 Foam Beetle ______________________________________________________________ 196 Half-Spent Adams _________________________________________________________ 196 Half-Spent BWO ___________________________________________________________ 197 Hare's Ear Damsel Nymph __________________________________________________ 197 Hare's Ear Parachute_______________________________________________________ 197 Mercer's Z-wing (Brachycentrus) _____________________________________________ 198 Solomon Hair Wing Caddis (Brachycentrus) ___________________________________ 198 Black Nosed Dace _________________________________________________________ 198 Coffin Fly (per Dette) _______________________________________________________ 198 Quill Gordon (wet) _________________________________________________________ 199 Red Quill (E. subvaria, male) Extended Body Comparadun _______________________ 199 Black Silver ______________________________________________________________ 199 Brown Iron Blue ___________________________________________________________ 199 CDC Spectra Dubbing Sedge ________________________________________________ 200 CDC Green Willow Sedge ___________________________________________________ 200 Hackle Olive Cock _________________________________________________________ 201 March Brown _____________________________________________________________ 201 Orange Coral Bead ________________________________________________________ 202 Parachute Spectra Dubbing (red)_____________________________________________ 202 Red Spinner ______________________________________________________________ 202 Red Tag__________________________________________________________________ 202 Turkey Sedge _____________________________________________________________ 203 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 18
  19. 19. Black Bear Green Butt______________________________________________________ 203 Blue Bottle _______________________________________________________________ 204 King of Waters (variation) ___________________________________________________ 204 Mini Matuka ______________________________________________________________ 204 Philoplume/CDC Emerger (generic)___________________________________________ 204 Scarlet Ibis _______________________________________________________________ 205 Grå Frede (Grey Fred) ______________________________________________________ 205 Mayfly King_______________________________________________________________ 205 Polar Magnus _____________________________________________________________ 206 Buck Tail Deceiver (gold) ___________________________________________________ 206 Ed Belasky's Bait Fish _____________________________________________________ 206 Ed Belasky's Tandem Bill Fish fly (trolling) ____________________________________ 207 Ed Belasky's Tandem Squid _________________________________________________ 207 Ed Belasky's Yellow Angel __________________________________________________ 208 Flatwing _________________________________________________________________ 208 Just For Fun ______________________________________________________________ 209 Black Ant ________________________________________________________________ 209 Black Flashback P.T. _______________________________________________________ 209 Green Rockworm __________________________________________________________ 209 GRHE - Beadhead _________________________________________________________ 210 Look At Me _______________________________________________________________ 210 Look At Me Now___________________________________________________________ 210 Myemerger _______________________________________________________________ 210 Orange Asher _____________________________________________________________ 211 Orange Bucktail Caddis ____________________________________________________ 211 Pardo Caddis _____________________________________________________________ 211 Pissant __________________________________________________________________ 212 Redhead _________________________________________________________________ 212 Tan Caddis Pupa __________________________________________________________ 212 AJ Nymph ________________________________________________________________ 212 Carey Special _____________________________________________________________ 213 Foam Humpy _____________________________________________________________ 213 Grey Gnat ________________________________________________________________ 213 Hex Nymph _______________________________________________________________ 213 Kalamazoo Clouser ________________________________________________________ 214 Krystal Dun_______________________________________________________________ 214 Krystal Egg_______________________________________________________________ 214 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 19
  20. 20. Marabou Leech ___________________________________________________________ 214 Red Fox Squirrel Nymph____________________________________________________ 215 Skilton's Quick Sight Ant ___________________________________________________ 215 Skunk ___________________________________________________________________ 215 Sparrow _________________________________________________________________ 215 Suspended Chironomid ____________________________________________________ 216 TOM Damsel ______________________________________________________________ 216 Bloody-Backed Bunny Leech ________________________________________________ 216 Green Butt Punk __________________________________________________________ 217 Skim Milk ________________________________________________________________ 217 Midge Pupa_______________________________________________________________ 217 Milan CDC________________________________________________________________ 218 Red Head ________________________________________________________________ 218 Rhyacophila ______________________________________________________________ 218 Conehead Marabou Muddler ________________________________________________ 218 Montana Variant___________________________________________________________ 219 PT Chironomid ____________________________________________________________ 219 Smuddler ________________________________________________________________ 219 BH Squirrel Nymph ________________________________________________________ 219 Cutt-Nip__________________________________________________________________ 220 Greby ___________________________________________________________________ 220 Mosquito Hawk ___________________________________________________________ 220 PT Brassie _______________________________________________________________ 221 Armored Prince ___________________________________________________________ 221 Copper Prince ____________________________________________________________ 222 Mad Caddis_______________________________________________________________ 222 Suicide Dragonfly Nymph ___________________________________________________ 222 Sweeper Mayfly Emerger ___________________________________________________ 223 Baby Lobster _____________________________________________________________ 224 Black and Purple __________________________________________________________ 224 Branham’s Epoxy Mini Puff _________________________________________________ 224 Branham's Mara-Minnow ___________________________________________________ 226 Brown and Orange_________________________________________________________ 226 Copper Demon ____________________________________________________________ 226 Deer Hair Baitfish__________________________________________________________ 227 Epoxy Charlie_____________________________________________________________ 227 Flashy Marabou ___________________________________________________________ 227 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 20
  21. 21. Lefty’s Favorite Deceiver ___________________________________________________ 228 No Name Shark Fly ________________________________________________________ 228 Pearly Glass Minnow_______________________________________________________ 228 Tarpon Deceiver (Tan)______________________________________________________ 229 Tarpon Needlefish _________________________________________________________ 229 Chernobyl Ant ____________________________________________________________ 229 Tutz damsel ______________________________________________________________ 230 Prince Bugger ____________________________________________________________ 230 Matuka Bugger____________________________________________________________ 231 Más atadores de Danica ____________________________________________________ 231 LAS MOSCAS DE JIM TEENY ___________________________________________ 231 Teeny Nymph original ______________________________________________________ 232 Teeny Leech ______________________________________________________________ 232 Teeny Egg Sucking Leech __________________________________________________ 232 Teeny Streamers __________________________________________________________ 233 Teeny Flash Flies__________________________________________________________ 233 Teeny Flash Flies__________________________________________________________ 234 INDICE ALFABETICO __________________________________________________ 234 “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 21
  22. 22. INTRODUCCION AL TOMO 7 Este tomo está dedicado a los obsesivos que quieran ampliar los patrones. No son patrones con menor importancia que los del Tomo 2, sino que en aquel seleccioné las moscas más representativas por uso u atado. Encontrarán aquí moscas que pueden pensar como “imprescindibles” para un lugar u ocasión especial. Si bien el objetivo del libro son los hispanoparlantes, llegado hasta aquí, verán algunos patrones en inglés, supongo que si empiezan con moscas de este tomo, tienen las cosas más o menos claras!! y ya un poco empapado en el léxico “técnico” de este arte, sino vaya al tomo 6. Si ha llegado hasta aquí, ya podemos con las recetas de las moscas, armar las nuestras. Gerardo Herreros, marzo de 2006 CATALOGO 1 .08 88 AJ Nymph AK's Quill – BWO AP Nymph Acetone San Juan Adult Damsel Adult Jujubee Midge Adult Midge Aire-Flow Cutwing Dun Akroyd Albino Peacock Miracle Midge Alice's Leech Andy's Cripple Ant Antron Collar Bugger Armored Prince Art Martinez’ Midge Pupa Articulated Squid Atomic Skunk Attractor Sally Ausable Softhackle Ausable Wulff Avon Special Avon Special Emerger B.H. Midge Fly BC Dropper Hopper Tan BCB (BWO CDC Biot) Sparkle Dun BH Crystal Bugger black 1 Las moscas están ordenadas alfabéticamente. Utilice el buscador del Acrobat si neceita un nombre en particular BH Renegade-Wet BH Rubber Leg Prince BH Squirrel Nymph BLM (Beaded Little Mayfly) Nymph BWO Breakout Emerger BWO Emerger BWO Killer BWO Palm Emerger Baby Lobster Backcountry Muddler Backscratcher Nymph Baetis Rhodani Emerger Baetis Rhodani Nymph Balsam Mountain Yellowhammer Banana Split Barba Barr Emerger Barr's Emerger Fly Bead Head Barr's Net Builder Bead Head Brassie Bead Head Breadcrust Bead Head Caddis Pupa Bead Head Flymph PMD Bead Head Flymph Sulphur Bead Head Krystal Caddis Larva Bead Head Leech Bead Head Lite Brite Bugger Bead Head Lite Brite Zonker Bead Head Ovipositing Caddis Bead Head Rainbow Prince Bead Head Serendipity Bead Head Soft Hackle Hares Ear Bead Head Stonefly Bead Head Swimming Hares Ear Bead Head Woolly Bugger Streamer Bead Head Zug Bug Bead Heart Scud Beadhead Partridge & Peacock Beadhead Tan Crystal Caddis Beauly Snow Fly Biot Emerger Dark Bjorn Super Prawn Black & Green Marabou Spey Black & Yellow Black Ant Black Ant (dry) Black Ant (wet) Black Bear Green Butt Black Beauty Black Caddis Black Flashback P.T. Black Ghost Streamer Black Gnat Black Nose Dace Black Nose Dace Streamer Black Nosed Dace Black Palmer Black Silver Black Smut (adult midge) Black Stonefly Nymph Black and Purple Black/Orange Salmon Grub Blond Tiger Mink Blood Hot Bloody-Backed Bunny Leech Blue Bottle Blue Death Blue Haas Blue Quill “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Blue Wing Olive Parachute Blue Winged Olive Blue Winged Olive Blue Winged Olive Loop Wing Blue Winged Olive Thorax Bondatti's Killer Bow River Bugger Brad's Brat Braided Butt Parachute Damsel Branham's MaraMinnow Branham’s Epoxy Mini Puff Brass Beadhead Chironomid Brassie Midge Brassie Midge Bridge Midge Brindle Bug Brown Drake Cripple Brown Drake Emerger Brown Emerger Midge Brown Hackle Brown Iron Blue Brown Nymph Brown Peacock Emerger Brown and Orange Brun's Scud Bubble Boy Emerger Buck Tail Deceiver (gold) Budding Emerger Bunny Sculpin Bustard Butt-Ugly Bunny Butterfly CDC & Elk CDC Caddis Olive CDC Comparadun CDC Green Willow Sedge Gerardo Herreros 22
  23. 23. CDC Mayfly Dun CDC Mayfly Emerger CDC Sedge CDC Sedge CDC Spectra Dubbing Sedge CDC Wing RS2 Caddis Emerger Caenis Nymph Cannon's Bunny Dun Cannon's Snowshoe Emerger Carey Special Cased Caddis Caseless Caddis Cave's Rattlin Minnow Ceremony Sedge Chamberlain Charlie Boy Hopper Olive Charlie Boy Hopper Tan Charlie’s Mole Fly Chartreuse Estaz Comet Chernobyl Ant Cherynoble Soldier Ant Column (novelty fly) Chocolate Foam-wing Emerger Chuck’s Caddis (Variant) Clouser Minnow - Glow in the Dark Coachman Coal Car Coch-Y-Bonddu (red and black) Coffin Fly (per Dette) Coffinfly Comparadun Cone Head Double Bunny Cone Head Fox Muddler Cone Head Marabou Muddler Cone Head Muddler Minnow Stream Cone Head Woolly Bugger Cone Head Zonker Strip Muddler Cone Head Zuddler Conehead Marabou Muddler Conehead Wooly Sculpin Copper Demon Copper Prince Copper Wire Hare's Mask Coppertail Nymph Corixa Cotta (Wet) Coulee Cricket Coulee Hopper Cra-dhearg Carran Craven’s PTA Crayfish Creepy Hare's Ear Cripple Crane Fly Cul Drake Cult 1 Cutt-Nip Cutter's E/C (emergent/cripple) Caddis Cylinder Popper (blue tiger) Czech Nymph 3 Damsel Nymph Daphnia Dark Olive Emerger Dark Rajah Dark Sulphur Dean’s Worm Deckie Fly Nymph Deer Hair Baitfish Deer Hair Floating Nymph Delaware Adams Desert Storm Midge Don't Know Double Bead Head Caddis Double Wing (Green) Drithlinn Carran (orange) Duck Caddis Duck’s Arse Damsel Dun & Yellow Softhackle Eastern Green Drake Ed Belasky's Bait Fish Ed Belasky's Tandem Bill Fish fly (trolling) Ed Belasky's Tandem Squid Ed Belasky's Yellow Angel Egg Sucking Leech, Green Egg Variant Elver Emerger Epoxy Charlie Estaz Bug Estaz Egg Etha-Wing Emerger Evil Weevil Evil Weevil Damsel Evil Weevil Floating Evil Weevil Ice Extended Body Green Drake Spinner Extreme Emerger Fafner Fern Fly - Clyde Style Fiery Brown Fina Fire Shrimp Fire Worm Flash Midge Flashback Scud Flashy Marabou Flatwing Flav Spinner Flesk Iron Blue Nymph Floating Minnow Fluttering Stonefly Flymph Foam Beetle Foam Beetle Foam Dragonfly Foam Humpy Foam-back WD-40 Foam-wing RS2 Frammus Comet Franke Shiner Freight Train Frozen Midge Full Back Fun Foam Popper Furled Golden Streamer GRHE - Beadhead Garnaal Girdle Bug Girdle Bugger GizmoBugger Glass Bead Chironomid Glass Bead Hare’s Ear Glass beads impostor Gold Head Damsel Nymph Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear Golden Olive Bumble Golden Olive Dabbler Golden Prince Golden Stone Golden Stone Goodman's CDC Emerger Gray Foam-wing Emerger Gray Ghost Streamer Grayling Bug Greby Green Butt Punk Green Butt Purple “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Green Butt Skunk Green Butterfly Green Drake Green Drake Green Drake Emerger Green Gold Nymph Green Rockworm Green body tan wing caddis Grey Fox Grey Gnat Grizzly King Grizzly Renegade Grizzly Spuddler Grizzly Zebra Emerger Grå Frede (Grey Fred) Gunner Gurgle-Pop Popper Gurgler Hackle Olive Cock Hairwing Western Green Drake Hairy Gammarus Half Back Nymph Half-Spent Adams Half-Spent BWO Hamill's Killer Hamill's Killer (Modern tie) Harbor Gnat Hare & Herl Bugger Hare's Ear Damsel Nymph Hare's Ear Parachute Harey Prince Haystack Heckham (Variant) Hendrickson Henryville Special Heptagenia Herzanfall Hex Nymph Hi Viz Caddis Holo Spider Holy Grail Hornberg Hot Cone Wooly Bugger Hot head QT Hubka’s Oh My Darlon Mysis Humpy Fry Hunter's Tippet Shrimp (red) Ice Fly Indicator Parachute -Baetis Isonychia Isonychia Breakout Emerger Gerardo Herreros 23
  24. 24. J.D. Midge Pupa JR Cranefly Jabalí Jardines de la Rejna Bonefish Special Jeremy’s E-Z Stone Jerry the Squid Juancho Destroyer Just For Fun Kalamazoo Clouser Kapenta Ke-He Ken’s Surf Grub Kimball's diptera emerger King of Waters (variation) Kiwi Muddler (Pearl) Klinkhåmer special Kong (a.k.a. Copper Yong) Krystal Bugger Krystal Dun Krystal Egg LE Damsel LE Hen Hackle Dragon LE Shuttlecock Variant La doctora Lady Beaverkill Las moscas de jim teeny Leadhead Lefty’s Favorite Deceiver Leonis Barbarus Licorice Stick Light Cahill Light Sulphur Lighting Bug Lightning Bug Lime Trude Lite-brite Fry Little Black Bug Little Black Caddis Little Brown Stone Little Grayling Streamer Little Olive Teardrop Emerger Lively Mayfly Look At Me Look At Me Now Loren's LB Smolt Lough Erne Special Love's Lure (dry) Lucky 7 Mac Daddy Mad Caddis Madame Hopper Madre del Agua Mahogany and Peacock Male Beaverkill Mamarracho Marabou Leech Marabou Madness March Brown March Brown March Brown Breakout Emerger March Brown Emerger March Brown Wet Massarta Matona de Navas Matuka Bugger Mayfly Emerger Mayfly King Mean Green Machine Mediterranean Deceiver Meg-A-Egg Suck. Leech Mercer's Z-wing (Brachycentrus) Mercury Baetis Mercury Lightening Bug Mercury Midge Mickey Finn Midge 1 Midge 2 Midge Emerger Midge Pupa Mighty Midge Mighty Pink Thing Mike’s Brown Matuka Mikulak Sedge Milan CDC Mill Creek Hopper Mini Matuka Mini Muddler Streamer Modified Shenk's Sculpin Mohawk Monona Monona Zonker Montana Rubber Legs Montana Variant Mosquito Hawk Mossback Moto's Minnow Muddler Matuka Murrough Muskrat Bumble Myemerger Mykiss Marauder Naranxeira (northwest_variant) Ne0 Twenty Incher Needle Hopper Nelson's Caddis Neversink Skater No Name Shark Fly North Country Carran Northwest Charm Nuke Egg Nymphing Emerger OW4FI Olive Emerger No. 1 Olive Emerger No. 2 Olive Stimulator Olive Usual Olive Woodduck Heron Oliver Edwards Hydrosyche Larva Oliver Stone (*LOL*)the DIRECTOR?? Once and Away Oostvoorne Minky Orange & Pink Marabou Spey Orange Asher Orange Blossom Special Fly Orange Bucktail Caddis Orange Coral Bead Orange Salmon Grub Orange Soft Hackle Sow Orange Spanish traditional wet Orange Spider (DryWet) Ostrich Sow Bug Ostrich Stone Overley's Spotlight Emerger PMD Quigley Cripple PT Brassie PT Chironomid PT Cruiser Panfish Bugger Parachute Mating Midge Parachute Spectra Dubbing (red) Parapoly Sedge Pardo Caddis Partridge Caddis Partridge Soft Hackles Pearl Estaz Comet Pearl Yeti Pearly Glass Minnow Peeping Caddis Peligro Polaco Pete's R&B Pheasant & Herl Pheasant Quill Pheasant Yellow & Black “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Philoplume/CDC Emerger (generic) Pike Hors d’oeuvre Pink Clouser Pink Comet Pissant Platte River Special Poison Tung Polar Coachman Polar Magnus Pollack Bug Pond Olive Nymph Pre-emergent PMD Nymph Pre-emergent Sulphur Prince Bugger Purple Peril Variant Purple Pet Pérez Castaño Pérez Destroyer QD Boatman - Gold Quick Tie Mayfly Quill Gordon Quill Gordon Quill Gordon (wet) RS 2 Rabbit Limay Rabbit Muddler Rainbow Midge Random Minnow Red Belly Yuk Bug Red Fox Squirrel Nymph Red Head Red Quill Red Quill (E. subvaria, male) Extended Body Comparadun Red Spinner Red Spinner Red Tag Redhead Reid's Assassin (Clyde Style) Rektor Sculpin Reversed Caenis Emerger Reversed Parachute Mayfly Emerger Rhyacophila Rhyacophila Rio de Cowlitz Rosenbauer's BWO Snowshoe Rabbit Emerger S.L.F Damsel Salmon Fly Salmon-oble Ant (novelty fly) San José Gerardo Herreros 24
  25. 25. San Juan Flasher Sandeel clouser Sauk River Grub/Shrimp Scarlet Ibis Schroeder's T.H. Schroeder's T.H. Carrot Nymph Schroeder's Tunghead Green Weenie Schroeder's Tunghead Lime Caddis Scud Olive/Gray BH Scudd Wet Sedge Pupa No. 1 Sedge Pupa No. 2 Shaggy Dragon Shrimp Sierra Wet Spot Sillycone Simon’s Spey Simple Damsel Nymph Simple Foam Beetle Simple Shrimp Simple Umpqua Skilton's Quick Sight Ant Skim Milk Skunk Skunk Slovenian sedge Small Dry Sedge Smuddler Snipe & Purple Softhackle SnoBall Beetle Snowshoe Hare Emerger Soft Hackle Sow Softhackle Solomon Hair Wing Caddis (Brachycentrus) Sparkle Wing RS2 Sparrow Spring Creek LB Squash Blossom Squirrel & Orange (Low Water Salmon) Stank Hen (Clyde Style) Starling & Herl Softhackle Starling & Purple Steel-Head Steelhead Pat Steelhead Tartan Stillaquamish Special Stimulate-attract-icator Stone Fly Nymph Strip Tease Stuckie (Clyde style) Sucker Spawn Suicide Dragonfly Nymph Sulfur Comparadun Sulphur Breakout Emerger Sunrise Tarpon Sunset Emerger Suspended Chironomid Sweeper Mayfly Emerger Swimming Scud T.H. Golden Stone Fly T.H. Soft Hackle Caddis Pupa TF BWO TF Noname TF PMD TH Soft Hackle Hares Ear TOM Damsel TWE (Tom's Working Emerger) Tadpole Tadpole Tak’s Baetis Emerger Tak’s Brown Streamer Tak’s Olive Streamer Tan Caddis Pupa Tarpon Deceiver (Tan) Tarpon Needlefish Tarántula (Brown) Tarántula (Silver) Tattoo'd Lady Teal & Yellow (Clyde Style) Teardrop Diving CDC&Elk Teeny Egg Sucking Leech Teeny Flash Flies Teeny Nymph original Teeny Streamers Tent Wing Caddis Tequeely Streamer The Fly The Norwegian Streamer Series (3.Minnow) Thread Midge Thunder Creek Streamer - Rainbow Trout Thunder and Lightning Timberline Emerger Tom’s “Bug on the Window” Transitional Drake Travis Bead H. Swimming Damse Travis Extended Body Green Drake Travis Glass Bead Travis Hi-Vis BWO Para Emerger Travis Hi-Vis Green Drake Para Emerger Trico Trico Spinner Trico Spinner Tromba Tucannon Special Tumblin’ Beetle - black Tung Head Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail Tunghead Black Soft Hackle Caddis Pupa Tunghead Czech Mate Nymph Tunghead Marabou Muddler Tunghead Squirrel Tail Tunghead Woolly Bugger Tunkwanamid Tups Variant Turkey Sedge Tutz damsel Two-Tone Flying Ant T’s Alevin Ugly Mayfly Ultra Flash Midge (red) Undertaker Undertaker Upwing Snowshoe Emerger Waker Sheep Shad, Whitlock's Wally Wing Rusty Biot Spinner White Lightning & Pearl Diver White Top Deer Hair Caddis White Wing Wiggle Nymph Willow Fly Willy Gunn Marabou Spey Wing & Flash Dace Wissahickon Midge Woodcock & Yellow (Clyde Style) Woolhead Sculpin Woolhead Sculpin Woolly Woolly Bomber Woven Stone “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” X-Caddis Y2K Fly Yellow Bellied Mattress Thrasher Yellow Body Brown Nymph Yellow Caddis Yellow Dun Yuk Bug Nymph Zebra Emerger Zebra Pupa .08 88 Acetone San Juan Adult Damsel Adult Jujubee Midge Adult Midge Gerardo Herreros 25
  26. 26. Ausable Wulff AP Nymph Akroyd Armored Prince AK's Quill – BWO Art Martinez’ Midge Pupa Balsam Mountain Yellowhammer Antron Collar Bugger AJ Nymph Baetis Rhodani Nymph Avon Special Aire-Flow Cutwing Dun Avon Special Emerger Albino Peacock Miracle Midge Atomic Skunk B.H. Midge Fly Barba Barr Emerger Articulated Squid Alice's Leech Banana Split Baby Lobster Backcountry Muddler Barr's Emerger Fly Andy's Cripple Attractor Sally Ant Ausable Softhackle Backscratcher Nymph Baetis Rhodani Emerger “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” BC Dropper Hopper Tan BCB (BWO CDC Biot) Sparkle Dun Gerardo Herreros 26
  27. 27. Bead Head Barr's Net Builder Bead Head Lite Brite Bugger Bead Head Woolly Bugger Streamer BH Rubber Leg Prince Bead Head Brassie Bead Head Lite Brite Zonker Bead Head Zug Bug BH Squirrel Nymph Bead Head Breadcrust Bead Head Ovipositing Caddis Bead Heart Scud Bead Head Caddis Pupa Bead Head Rainbow Prince Beadhead Partridge & Peacock Bjorn Super Prawn Bead Head Flymph PMD Bead Head Serendipity Beadhead Tan Crystal Caddis Black & Green Marabou Spey Beauly Snow Fly Black & Yellow BH Crystal Bugger black Black and Purple Bead Head Flymph Sulphur Bead Head Krystal Caddis Larva Bead Head Leech Bead Head Soft Hackle Hares Ear Bead Head Stonefly Bead Head Swimming Hares Ear Biot Emerger Dark BH Renegade-Wet “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Black Ant Gerardo Herreros 27
  28. 28. Black Ant (dry) Black Nose Dace Black Ant (wet) BLM (Beaded Little Mayfly) Nymph Blue Wing Olive Parachute Black Nose Dace Streamer Blond Tiger Mink Blue Winged Olive Blood Hot Black Bear Green Butt Black Nosed Dace Black Beauty Black Palmer Bloody-Backed Bunny Leech Blue Winged Olive Loop Wing Black Silver Blue Bottle Blue Winged Olive Thorax Black Smut (adult midge) Blue Death Bondatti's Killer Black Stonefly Nymph Blue Haas Bow River Bugger Black/Orange Salmon Grub Blue Quill Brad's Brat Blue Winged Olive Black Caddis Black Flashback P.T. Black Ghost Streamer Black Gnat “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 28
  29. 29. Braided Butt Parachute Damsel Brun's Scud Brown and Orange Branham’s Epoxy Mini Puff Brown Drake Cripple Branham's MaraMinnow Brown Drake Emerger BWO Breakout Emerger Bubble Boy Emerger BWO Emerger Brown Emerger Midge Brassie Midge BWO Killer Budding Emerger BWO Palm Emerger Bunny Sculpin Brass Beadhead Chironomid Buck Tail Deceiver (gold) Caenis Nymph Brown Hackle Brassie Midge Bustard Brown Iron Blue Cannon's Bunny Dun Butterfly Bridge Midge Brindle Bug Brown Peacock Emerger Cannon's Snowshoe Emerger Butt-Ugly Bunny Carey Special Brown Nymph “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 29
  30. 30. Cased Caddis CDC Mayfly Emerger Charlie Boy Hopper Tan Coachman Caseless Caddis CDC Sedge Charlie’s Mole Fly Coal Car CDC Sedge Chartreuse Estaz Comet Coch-Y-Bonddu (red and black) CDC Spectra Dubbing Sedge Chernobyl Ant CDC Wing RS2 Cherynoble Soldier Ant Column (novelty fly) Cave's Rattlin Minnow CDC & Elk CDC Caddis Olive Coffin Fly (per Dette) CDC Comparadun Ceremony Sedge Chocolate Foam-wing Emerger CDC Green Willow Sedge Chamberlain Chuck’s Caddis (Variant) CDC Mayfly Dun Charlie Boy Hopper Olive Clouser Minnow Glow in the Dark “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Coffinfly Comparadun Cone Head Double Bunny Cone Head Fox Muddler Gerardo Herreros 30
  31. 31. Craven’s PTA Cone Head Marabou Muddler Copper Prince Cone Head Muddler Minnow Stream Copper Wire Hare's Mask Cone Head Woolly Bugger Cone Head Zonker Strip Muddler Cylinder Popper (blue tiger) Crayfish Czech Nymph 3 Coppertail Nymph Creepy Hare's Ear Damsel Nymph Daphnia Corixa Cripple Crane Fly Dark Olive Emerger Cotta (Wet) Cul Drake Cone Head Zuddler Cult 1 Conehead Marabou Muddler Conehead Wooly Sculpin Coulee Hopper Dark Rajah Cutter's E/C (emergent/cripple) Caddis Dark Sulphur Cutt-Nip Dean’s Worm Coulee Cricket Cra-dhearg Carran Copper Demon “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 31
  32. 32. Drithlinn Carran (orange) Ed Belasky's Yellow Angel Evil Weevil Duck Caddis Deckie Fly Nymph Egg Sucking Leech, Green Egg Variant Evil Weevil Damsel Deer Hair Baitfish Deer Hair Floating Nymph Delaware Adams Elver Evil Weevil Floating Duck’s Arse Damsel Dun & Yellow Softhackle Emerger Evil Weevil Ice Epoxy Charlie Extended Body Green Drake Spinner Estaz Bug Extreme Emerger Eastern Green Drake Desert Storm Midge Don't Know Ed Belasky's Bait Fish Double Bead Head Caddis Ed Belasky's Tandem Bill Fish fly (trolling) Estaz Egg Fafner Double Wing (Green) Ed Belasky's Tandem Squid Etha-Wing Emerger Fern Fly - Clyde Style “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 32
  33. 33. Flav Spinner Fun Foam Popper Foam Humpy Fiery Brown Flesk Iron Blue Nymph Foam-back WD-40 Floating Minnow Fina Foam-wing RS2 Furled Golden Streamer Garnaal Fire Shrimp Frammus Comet Fire Worm Flash Midge Girdle Bug Fluttering Stonefly Flymph Girdle Bugger Franke Shiner Foam Beetle Flashback Scud GizmoBugger Frozen Midge Flashy Marabou Freight Train Glass Bead Chironomid Full Back Glass Bead Hare’s Ear Foam Beetle Foam Dragonfly Flatwing “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 33
  34. 34. Glass beads impostor Goodman's CDC Emerger Green Butt Purple Grey Fox Green Butt Skunk Gold Head Damsel Nymph Grå Frede (Grey Fred) Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear Gray Foam-wing Emerger Green Butterfly Gray Ghost Streamer Green Drake Grayling Bug Green Drake Grey Gnat GRHE - Beadhead Grizzly King Golden Olive Bumble Golden Olive Dabbler Grizzly Renegade Green Drake Emerger Golden Prince Golden Stone Green body tan wing caddis Green Gold Nymph Green Butt Punk Grizzly Spuddler Greby Green Rockworm Grizzly Zebra Emerger Golden Stone Gunner “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 34
  35. 35. Gurgle-Pop Popper Heckham (Variant) Holy Grail Hamill's Killer (Modern tie) Hendrickson Hornberg Harbor Gnat Henryville Special Hot Cone Wooly Bugger Heptagenia Hot head QT Hubka’s Oh My Darlon Mysis Hamill's Killer Gurgler Hackle Olive Cock Hairwing Western Green Drake Hare & Herl Bugger Hare's Ear Damsel Nymph Herzanfall Hairy Gammarus Half Back Nymph Hare's Ear Parachute Hex Nymph Harey Prince Hi Viz Caddis Haystack Holo Spider Humpy Fry Half-Spent Adams Half-Spent BWO “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Hunter's Tippet Shrimp (red) Ice Fly Gerardo Herreros 35
  36. 36. Indicator Parachute -Baetis JR Cranefly King of Waters (variation) Lady Beaverkill Isonychia Juancho Destroyer Kiwi Muddler (Pearl) LE Damsel Isonychia Breakout Emerger Klinkhåmer special LE Hen Hackle Dragon Just For Fun Kong (a.k.a. Copper Yong) LE Shuttlecock Variant J.D. Midge Pupa Kalamazoo Clouser Jabalí Kapenta Jardines de la Rejna Bonefish Special Ke-He Krystal Bugger Krystal Dun Leadhead Lefty’s Favorite Deceiver Ken’s Surf Grub Krystal Egg Jeremy’s E-Z Stone Jerry the Squid Kimball's diptera emerger Leonis Barbarus La doctora “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Licorice Stick Gerardo Herreros 36
  37. 37. Light Cahill Little Brown Stone Love's Lure (dry) Light Sulphur Little Grayling Streamer Lucky 7 Lighting Bug Little Olive Teardrop Emerger Mamarracho Marabou Leech Marabou Madness Mac Daddy Lightning Bug Lively Mayfly Lime Trude Look At Me March Brown Look At Me Now Madre del Agua March Brown Breakout Emerger Little Black Bug Loren's LB Smolt Mahogany and Peacock March Brown Emerger Little Black Caddis Lough Erne Special Male Beaverkill March Brown Wet Mad Caddis March Brown Madame Hopper Lite-brite Fry “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 37
  38. 38. Massarta Mercer's Z-wing (Brachycentrus) Midge Pupa Mighty Midge Matona de Navas Mercury Baetis Mini Muddler Streamer Modified Shenk's Sculpin Mohawk Matuka Bugger Mercury Lightening Bug Mighty Pink Thing Mayfly Emerger Mercury Midge Mike’s Brown Matuka Mickey Finn Mikulak Sedge Mayfly King Mean Green Machine Meg-A-Egg Suck. Leech Monona Zonker Midge 1 Milan CDC Mediterranean Deceiver Monona Montana Rubber Legs Midge 2 Mill Creek Hopper Montana Variant Mini Matuka Mosquito Hawk Midge Emerger “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 38
  39. 39. Nymphing Emerger Oostvoorne Minky Olive Emerger No. 2 Orange & Pink Marabou Spey Ne0 Twenty Incher Moto's Minnow Once and Away Olive Emerger No. 1 Mossback Needle Hopper Nelson's Caddis Muddler Matuka Murrough Olive Stimulator Orange Asher Neversink Skater Olive Usual Orange Blossom Special Fly North Country Carran Muskrat Bumble Olive Woodduck Heron Orange Bucktail Caddis Northwest Charm Oliver Edwards Hydrosyche Larva Orange Coral Bead No Name Shark Fly Myemerger Mykiss Marauder Naranxeira (northwest_variant) Nuke Egg Oliver Stone (*LOL*)the DIRECTOR?? “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Orange Salmon Grub Gerardo Herreros 39
  40. 40. Orange Soft Hackle Sow Parachute Spectra Dubbing (red) Orange Spanish traditional wet Parapoly Sedge Orange Spider (DryWet) Ostrich Sow Bug Overley's Spotlight Emerger Peeping Caddis Philoplume/CDC Emerger (generic) Peligro Polaco Pike Hors d’oeuvre Pink Clouser Pardo Caddis Pérez Castaño Partridge Caddis Pérez Destroyer Partridge Soft Hackles Pete's R&B Pissant OW4FI Pearl Estaz Comet Panfish Bugger Pheasant & Herl Pearl Yeti Pheasant Quill Parachute Mating Midge Pink Comet Pearly Glass Minnow Pheasant Yellow & Black “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Platte River Special PMD Quigley Cripple Poison Tung Gerardo Herreros 40
  41. 41. Red Quill Polar Coachman PT Chironomid Quill Gordon (wet) Polar Magnus PT Cruiser Rabbit Limay Purple Peril Variant Rabbit Muddler Purple Pet Rainbow Midge Pollack Bug Pond Olive Nymph Red Quill (E. subvaria, male) Extended Body Comparadun Red Spinner Red Spinner Pre-emergent PMD Nymph Random Minnow Red Tag QD Boatman - Gold Pre-emergent Sulphur Quick Tie Mayfly Prince Bugger Red Belly Yuk Bug Redhead Quill Gordon Red Fox Squirrel Nymph Reid's Assassin (Clyde Style) Rektor Sculpin Quill Gordon PT Brassie Red Head “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 41
  42. 42. Reversed Caenis Emerger Salmon Fly Reversed Parachute Mayfly Emerger Schroeder's T.H. Carrot Nymph Shrimp Salmon-oble Ant (novelty fly) Schroeder's Tunghead Green Weenie Sierra Wet Spot San José Schroeder's Tunghead Lime Caddis Sillycone Rhyacophila Rhyacophila San Juan Flasher Rio de Cowlitz Sandeel clouser Scud Olive/Gray BH Simon’s Spey Simple Damsel Nymph Scudd Wet Rosenbauer's BWO Snowshoe Rabbit Emerger Sauk River Grub/Shrimp Sedge Pupa No. 1 Simple Foam Beetle Sedge Pupa No. 2 RS 2 Simple Shrimp Shaggy Dragon Simple Umpqua Scarlet Ibis S.L.F Damsel Schroeder's T.H. Ostrich Stone “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 42
  43. 43. Squash Blossom Stillaquamish Special Snowshoe Hare Emerger Squirrel & Orange (Low Water Salmon) Stimulate-attract-icator Soft Hackle Sow Stank Hen (Clyde Style) Stone Fly Nymph Starling & Herl Softhackle Strip Tease Skilton's Quick Sight Ant SnoBall Beetle Skim Milk Skunk Skunk Softhackle Slovenian sedge Solomon Hair Wing Caddis (Brachycentrus) Small Dry Sedge Starling & Purple Stuckie (Clyde style) Steel-Head Sucker Spawn Steelhead Pat Suicide Dragonfly Nymph Steelhead Tartan Sulfur Comparadun Sparkle Wing RS2 Smuddler Sparrow Snipe & Purple Softhackle Spring Creek LB “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 43
  44. 44. Sulphur Breakout Emerger T’s Alevin Tarántula (Silver) Sunrise Tarpon Teeny Nymph original Teeny Streamers Tadpole Tarpon Deceiver (Tan) Tadpole Tarpon Needlefish Suspended Chironomid Tak’s Baetis Emerger Tattoo'd Lady Sweeper Mayfly Emerger Tak’s Brown Streamer Teal & Yellow (Clyde Style) TF BWO Tak’s Olive Streamer Teardrop Diving CDC&Elk TF Noname Teeny Egg Sucking Leech TF PMD Tan Caddis Pupa Tarántula (Brown) Teeny Flash Flies TH Soft Hackle Hares Ear Tent Wing Caddis Sunset Emerger Tequeely Streamer Swimming Scud T.H. Golden Stone Fly T.H. Soft Hackle Caddis Pupa “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 44
  45. 45. The Fly The Norwegian Streamer Series (3.Minnow) Transitional Drake Trico Spinner Travis Bead H. Swimming Damse Tromba Travis Extended Body Green Drake Tunghead Squirrel Tail Tucannon Special Thread Midge Tunghead Woolly Bugger Tunkwanamid Travis Glass Bead Caddis Emerger Tumblin’ Beetle - black Thunder Creek Streamer - Rainbow Trout Travis Hi-Vis BWO Para Emerger Tung Head Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail Timberline Emerger Travis Hi-Vis Green Drake Para Emerger Tunghead Black Soft Hackle Caddis Pupa Tutz damsel Trico Tunghead Czech Mate Nymph TWE (Tom's Working Emerger) Tunghead Marabou Muddler Two-Tone Flying Ant Thunder and Lightning TOM Damsel Tom’s “Bug on the Window” Trico Spinner Tups Variant “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Turkey Sedge Gerardo Herreros 45
  46. 46. Ugly Mayfly Ultra Flash Midge (red) White Top Deer Hair Caddis Woolhead Sculpin Yellow Body Brown Nymph White Wing Yellow Caddis Woolhead Sculpin Undertaker Wiggle Nymph Woolly Willow Fly Woolly Bomber Upwing Snowshoe Emerger Willy Gunn Marabou Spey Woven Stone Waker Sheep Shad, Whitlock's Wing & Flash Dace X-Caddis Wally Wing Rusty Biot Spinner Wissahickon Midge Y2K Fly White Lightning & Pearl Diver Woodcock & Yellow (Clyde Style) Yellow Bellied Mattress Thrasher Undertaker Yellow Dun Yuk Bug Nymph Zebra Emerger Zebra Pupa “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 46
  47. 47. LOS PATRONES La doctora Ezequiel Encinas ezemar@invertel.com.ar Anzuelo: Khumo Nº 4 para streamer Cuerpo : Staz Verde oliva oscuro Tinzel : Oval cobre Ala : strip de conejo negro Hackle : gallo chinese , negro teñido de rojo fuccia Cabeza : vernille rojo .Hasta ahi un rabbit comun ahora esta lo extraño de atado 1) Se ata el tinzel 2) Se ata el staz 3) Se enrrosca el staz hasta dos vueltas antes del ojo del anzuelo 4) Se ata el strip de conejo como para una rabbit . 5) Se ata una pluma del lado grueso 6) Con la pluma se dan dos vueltas tipo collar y se empieza a atar el strip de conejo (para atras ) cuando se llega al fin con el alambre de cobre se vuelve en vueltas invertidas . 7) Atar el tinzel 8) Hacer la cabeza roja con el vernille Pérez Destroyer (Benito Pérez) Este fantástico patrón, creado por Benito Pérez (de Mendoza) pesca muy bien las aguas de los ríos cordilleranos ubicados en los alrededores de Mendoza y al sur de esta ciudad. Imita una ninfa de mayfly y se ata en anzuelos N° 16 y 14. Se recomienda la utilización de equipos livianos en numeraciones que van del # 1 al 4. “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 47
  48. 48. Juancho Destroyer (Juan José Catuc jjcatuc@gmail.com) Anzuelo: para streamer #8 - 10 Hilo: 3/0 negro Cola: Marabú verde oliva con dos tiritas de flashabu purpura y dos tiritas de tincel chato plateado Cuerpo: estaz verde abdomen: chenille naranja Garganta: hilo rojo cabeza: bead head dorada Esta mosca creada por Juan José Catuc fue usada con gran éxito en Piedra del Águila y el lago Meliquina. Navas Descripción del atado: Me tome la licencia de atarla en un anzuelo salmonero # 6 para mantener la forma y apertura del gap del anzuelo original (es importante el efecto de timón del mismo). No lleva lastre, y también se puede atar en un Mustad 9672 # 4 Cola y cuerpo : fibras de pluma roja Ribete : tinsel chato ancho plateado (la original estaba hecha con foil de aluminio como el de la tapa protectora de la leche en polvo Ala : ciervo o ciervo colorado teñido de amarillo (con puntas negras) 2 veces el largo del anzuelo Cubre ala : zorro teñido de amarillo (puntas negras) del largo del anzuelo Flancos : 2 plumas grizzly teñidas de amarillo (2 veces el anzuelo) contrapuestas con la curvatura hacia adentro. Collar : un hackle rústico de avutarda color negro, o bien una pluma de avestruz corta y no plumosa, como la que se obtiene de un plumero usado, el largo no superior a 3/4 del anzuelo. Esteban Kutsch RECETA: Anzuelo: Mustad 9672 # 4 - 6 Hilo: 3/0 del color del cuerpo Cola: fibras de pluma roja Cuerpo: fibras de pluma roja Ribete: tinsel chato ancho plateado (la ori- “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 48
  49. 49. ginal estaba hecha con foil de aluminio como el de la tapa protectora de la leche en polvo) Ala: ciervo o ciervo colorado teñido de amarillo (con puntas negras) Cubre ala: zorro teñido de amarillo (puntas negras) Flancos: 2 plumas grizzly teñidas de amarillo contrapuestas. Collar: un hackle rústico de avutarda color negro, o bien una pluma de avestruz corta y no plumosa, como la que se obtiene de un plumero usado. Massarta (Benito Pérez) Este patrón de éxito comprobado, creado por Benito Pérez, es muy utilizado para pescar en los ríos cordilleranos ubicados en los alrededores de Mendoza y al sur de esta ciudad. Imita una ninfa de mayfly y se ata en anzuelos N° 14 y 12. También se recomienda la utilización de equipos livianos en numeraciones que van del # 1 al 4. Pérez Castaño (Pablo Rodrigo Pérez) Singular patrón creado por Pablo Pérez, el hijo de Benito Pérez, a cargo de Mendoza Flyshop principalmente para pescar en la zona centro sur de la cordillera y precordillera argentina. Este es un streamer muy liviano que imita exitosamente pequeños bagres y otros peces forrajeros, y se ata en anzuelos N° 12 y 10. Se recomienda la utilización de equipos # 2 a 5. En las fotos se ven la versión Negra (arriba) y Oliva (abajo). “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 49
  50. 50. Montana Rubber Legs Creada para pescar en el río Limay y otros ríos de la zona del Nahuel Huapi. Al igual que la anterior, es una ninfa impresionista confeccionada con patas de goma y se ata en anzuelos N° 10 y 8. Se recomienda la utilización de equipos # 4 a 6. Esta mosca fue probada con muy buenos resultados en los Ríos Calcurrupe y Riñinahue. Rabbit Muddler Creada para pescar en el río Limay y otros ríos de la zona del Nahuel Huapi. Es un streamer que imita de gran forma alevines de bagres, truchas, percas y pejerreyes, y se ata en anzuelos N° 6 y 4. Se recomienda la utilización de equipos # 5 a 7. Esta mosca fue probada con muy buenos resultados en el Río Petrohué. Cone Head Fox Muddler Creada para pescar en los grandes y medianos ríos patagónicos argentinos. Es un streamer que imita de gran forma alevines de bagres, truchas, percas y pejerreyes, y se ata en anzuelos N° 8 y 6. Se recomienda la utilización de equipos # 5 a 7. Esta mosca fue probada con excelentes resultados en los Ríos Petrohué y Puelo. Madre del Agua Es una mosca utilizada principalmente para pescar en el Río Limay y ríos cercanos de la zona del Nahuel Huapi. Imita de manera bastante realista una ninfa de stonefly y se ata en anzuelos N° 8 y 6. Se recomienda la utilización de equipos # 4 a 6. Esta mosca fue probada con excelentes resultados en los Ríos Toltén y Trancura. “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 50
  51. 51. Rabbit Limay (Benito Pérez) Utilizada preferentemente para pescar el famoso río Limay. La combinación del verde oliva con el naranja es irresistible para las grandes truchas fario o marrones que habitan ese río. Es un streamer que imita de gran forma alevines de bagres y percas, y se ata en anzuelos N° 8, 6, 4 y 2. Se recomienda la utilización de equipos # 5 a 7. Hay otra versión en Flyfishing Argentina Anzuelo: Salmonero # 3.0 de Mustad Hilo: 3/0 al tono tag: lana o seda roja cuerpo: chenille o lana naranja ribbing: alambre de cobre fino ala: conejo oliva cabeza: dubbing gris Tromba Creador: Ginés Gomaris RECETA Vale recordar como nació este streamer: simplemente porque mis atadores, decian que la Matuka les llevaba demasiado tiempo... Totalmente de atado simple, se trata de presentar sobre un anzuelo pata larga - 9672 o similar - dos pares de plumas de gallo o gallina, atadas sobre el último cuarto del cuerpo del anzuelo - que quedará al descubierto - al que se le adosarán cuatro, tres o dos pares de pluma de pavo real en sus laterales. El resto del cuerpo se cubre de tinsel dorado y a continuación se anilla una pluma de gallo de igual color, en función del hackle, apenas una vuelta y media, se hace la cabeza y listo!. Sinceramente con plumas Grizzly - bataraces - es mortífera. Hay pescadores que han logrado piques simplemente dejándolas derivar, pero personalmente las hago trabajar mucho. Técnica prioritaria: lanzar un poco arriba de la correntada; a continuación concretar un mend Anzuelo: Mustad 9672 o similar Hilo: 3/0 al tono cola: dos pares de plumas bataraz y cuatro pares de fibras de pavo real cuerpo: tinsel dorado collar: una pluma igual a la de la cola una vuelta y media. La imagen a lograr es la de una pequeña trucha tratando de cruzar el río o tratando de llegar a aguas más tranquilas para su vida si de trabajarla en lagos se trata. La idea original fue para ser utilizada en días de mucho viento, especialmente en momentos de pre-temporal y en modelos no “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 51
  52. 52. contrario a la corriente (y a la teoría...). De esta forma, quedamos el pescador y la tromba frente a frente, mientras la línea se va desplazando aguas abajo, apenas, muy poco. Lo suficiente para formar un arco contrario a la corriente!. En ese momento, hay que iniciar el recogido que deberá ser lento, aunque a veces cambiante. Eso es, que no sea siempre igual. Si el mend se hace en forma normal, el pececillo (la tromba), tendría que remontar la corriente. En cambio con el tipo de mend, (enmienda) al revés - anormal - el pececillo atraviesa la corriente, pero demostrando que la corriente lo fuerza. Esto es así porque al principio el streamer corta la corriente, - estamos hablando de corriente normal y no muy rápida - en forma recta, pero luego se ve un poco impelido por la misma y termina ingresando a la costa, a las aguas bajas, un poco más abajo de donde inició su periplo. Si se hiciera el mend en la forma teóricamente correcta, la tromba vendría a terminar su recorrido, mucho más aguas abajo. menores al número 2, donde pareciera que para las grandes truchas es un verdadero imán, puesto que suben con una fiereza realmente sorprendente. Esta fiereza sumada al tema pretemporal gestaron el nombre de "Tromba". Sin embargo, al pasar los años, las experiencias y sugerencias de otros pescadores (Trotz, Manfred y Amadori) y otros grandes amigos, concretaron la conveniencia de atarlas también en anzuelos más chicos, a punto tal de que hace dos años, se fabrican desde el nro. 10 (impecables para pescar truchas grandes en aguas angostas y de poca correntada y profundidad). Si en su origen, las até primero con plumas grizzly claras (poca luz) o con grizzly oscuro (algo de luz en pre-temporal), luego seguí con el negro y el blue dun o similar. Ahora es posible atarlas también con otros colores, pero mis preferidos son los enunciados. Foto y textos extraidos del libro "Mosqueando Truchas" de Ginés Gomaris. Jabalí Fuente: http://www.flyfishingargentina.com/moscas/ninfas/jabali.html Creador: José "Bebe" Anchorena Foto: del libro "mosqueando truchas" de Ginés Gomariz. RECETA La segunda versión a cargo de Juan Pablo Gozio: La receta que uso yo para la jabalí es una que había descrito el Bebe Anchorena en un artículo en la revista Roll Cast (el antepasado del boletín mosquero de la AAPM) hace muchos años, allá por los 80. Es muy simple y les diría que es una hare´s ear con dubbing de jabalí. En realidad hay muchas ninfas que podemos atar con jabalí: stones, caddis, etc. Anzuelo: Muestad 3906B # 8 - 14 Hilo: marrón cola: pavo común marrón o cola de faisán abdomen: Dubbing de pelo de jabalí atado flojo torax: igual al abdomen pero mayor volumen ribete: tinsel oval dorado fino caja de alas: pavo común marrón o cola de faisan patas: partridge marrón o pluma de perdiz chica. Tenemos dos versiones de la receta con “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 52
  53. 53. Acá va la receta del Bebe: Anzuelo: Mustad 3906B o similar # 6 -14 Hilo: beige clarito Cola: fibras de Wooduck o similar Ribbing: alambre de cobre Abdomen: dubbing de jabalí puesto en la forma tradicional sobre el hilo y luego hecho un loop y retorcido Wingcase: segmento de pluma de pavo Torax: dubbing de jabalí atado en loop en la forma tradicional, es decir hacer el loop e ir metiendo las fibras de dubbing en perpendicular al loop y luego retorcer Patas: (opcional) igual que la cola atadas a los costados o beard style. El tema principal con esta mosca es el color del dubbing. El jabalí, en crudo, viene con mucha grasa y es difícil quitarle el dubbing (sobre todo si está vivo...). Por eso el mayor trabajo es obtener el dubbing (underfur - bajo pelo). Una vez obtenida una cantidad adecuada, el proceso de teñido es crítico. Primero se debe sacar toda la grasa con shampoo (el detergente es agresivo para el pelo) en varios lavados. Con el pelo limpio se puede teñir con anilinas (preferentemente en frío para no quemar el pelo) o con tinturas para pelo (atenti las damas). Los mejores colores son: natural, marrón, negro y verde oliva. Espero les sirva, es una mosca "all-around" como dirían los americanos, pudiendo variar tamaños y construcción para imitar distintas formas de vida. comentarios y anotaciones (sin contar que en el negocio de Jorge Cardillo en San Martín de los Andes hemos visto esta mosca en una tercer versión). La primera corresponde a Ginés Gomariz y es la que sigue: Alguna vez tuve que aclarar que yo no había sido el primero en escribir sobre la pesca de tarariras con artificiales. Quedó claro entonces que el mérito era y le correspondía al gran amigo que fue ROBERTO ZAPICO ANTUÑA. En éste de la gran JABALI, también es necesario una aclaración que me reconforta, porque al mismo tiempo que recordar al gran Zapico, esta es la oportunidad de homenajear a un grande total: el Bebe Anchorena, diez como persona y diez como pescador. Porque fue él quien utilizó por vez primera el material. y fue el Bebe quien, una vez más, confió en mí y a la semana de su descubrimiento, me lo transmitió en forma directa, esto es, dándome un ejemplar por él atado. Esta ninfa no difiere en nada al atado convencional. Consta de una pequeña cola que se aposenta sobre casi la curva del anzuelo, que puede ser de pavo común marrón o faisán; luego y aquí viene lo interesante y mortífero, el dubbing se confecciona con el vellón o pelo base o sotto pelo, del jabalí. Este dubbing es anillado por tinsel fino, dorado, que al igual que en la gran mayoría de las ninfas, Hare's Ear, a la que suplanta con creces por ejemplo- debe «introducirse» en el dubbing. Esto significa que el dubbing no debe en todos los casos atarse en forma muy ceñida. A partir del último cuarto del cuerpo o pata del anzuelo, se fija fibras de pavo común o de faisán de color marrón y una pluma de partridge marrón que puede suplantarse por perdiz chica nuestra. Se sigue con el dubbing de jabalí dándole mayor volumen, luego se ata dando vuelta desde la parte más fina de la pluma -que se colocará invertida-, se fija con no más de dos vueltas, se corta el sobrante y se cubre con las fibras de pavo común o faisán. Se concreta el atado con pocas vueltas siempre de hilo marrón y a continuación se pasa cemento sobre la montura y el final del atado o mínima cabeza... A mi criterio, una mosca bien atada y salvo casos especiales, debe man- “Como comenzar a pescar con mosca y no desesperarse en el intento” Gerardo Herreros 53

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