And I'm hijacking the author you asked the question of. Kind of funny - I was introduced to the "static bag" by a fellow from Logan Lake, little did I know it was "antistatic" - here are a couple that I've tied and fished in the Kamloops area:Mind sharing a picture of the antistatic? Just got a shipment of antistatic bags, looking for some patterns to tie with it. Sorry to hijack the thread.
Years ago, I received a couple of those from you in a fly swap, and they were killer casting out over dropoffs (from my craft anchored just back fro the edge) into the depths, and stripping them back.For a searcher fly big dragonfly nymphs work very well for me. a big olive Carey does a pretty good job, but I find the deer hair style fish I shed on a type 5 or 6 line like a Boobie is even better. Look up gomphus fly pattern.
I would add Winkler Leather Balanced LeachI have also posted this on fly tying forum. I have moved back to Oregon this year. As my balance is not quite so good, I thought that I would try stillwater fishing from a float tube or kayak. I have both.
I have fished for stillwater trout before and have had great success with Woolly Buggers, Rickard's AP nymph, and Carey Specials. The Carey Specials seem to be my best fly.
I am trying to put together one large fly box for lakes. Please list flies that you think I should include in the box. I know that I am including a few midges, some scuds Rickard's stillwater nymph, and the flies listed above. I will probably include the standard PT and GRHE