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Blue Ribbon Flies

West Yellowstone, MT, United States

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Passionate about fly fishing, fly tying, customers service, and conservation for over 30 years....period.

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305 Canyon Street, West Yellowstone, MT, United States
406-646-7642 brf@blueribbonflies.com http://www.blue-ribbon-flies.com/
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In These Frozen and Silent Days

—John Juracek
In this weeks newsletter we featured the Finsport Fly Keeper.Craig has been using one for many years and can't imagine going without it. The durable plastic clip keeps it firmly attached to your vest or pack and the velcro closure keeps flies from falling off or getting crushed in the back of your rig. The vented side panels allow flies to dry quickly and not rust. Inner foam patch is replaceable. If you're tired of losing flies on the way to and from the stream, give the Finsport Fly Keeper a try. Check one out here. http://www.blue-ribbon-flies.com/shop/finsport_fly_keeper/
In case you missed it, this week we are featuring standard EP Fibers in this week's email newsletter. Originally used for saltwater patterns, we found them equally suited to trout flies. We like to use these fibers for wings on cripples, spinners and caddis on flies size16 and larger. They also make excellent parachute posts. Extremely durable with a great selection of colors. Try tying a Quigley style cripple with these instead of deer hair. We think you'll like the way this material ties, floats and fishes.

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Montana's Lonely Edge

—John Juracek
Today we are featuring Natures Spirit Emergence Dubbing. We like to use this 100% antron dubbing for the thorax on soft hackles and nymphs as well as emerging dry flies. This is a course dubbing that gives a fly plenty of sparkle and bugginess. If you haven't yet, add it to one of your favorite patterns. We think you'll be impressed with the results.
What Next, The Trout Asks?

—John Juracek
Cold Will Burn

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The Light Of Rising Suns

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Days All White And Still

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Who Has Seen Yesterday?

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Winter Arrives

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When Time is Old

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