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The Stalcup’s Baetis

Great fly for small mouth and trout.

The Stalcup’s Baetis is a great small mayfly nymph developed by Shane Stalcup. The Stalcup’s Baetis combines lifelike profile and perfect buggy colors to make up one amazing fly. The Stalcup’s Baetis is not too hard to tie. A intermediate tier can tackle this pattern and master it with relative ease. Keep this fly sparse. Do not add to much material or bulk. The fly was designed to be slender, that is why it works so good!!!

Stalcup’s Baetis Fly Tying Recipe:
Hook: #14-20 Daiichi 1270
Thread: Olive 14/0 Veevus
Tail: Natural Partridge
Body: Olive or Olive Brown Small D-Rib
Casing: Buggy Olive Medallion Sheeting
Thorax: Olive or BWO Superfine Dubbing
Legs: Natural Partridge

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Steve is an avid outdoorsman who has been fortunate enough to publish two books on archery hunting. His first book, For the Love of the Hunt, was published in 2011. His second book, Wading Through the Darkness will be published in 2015. Steve sits on numerous Pro Staffs throughout the archery industry. For almost a decade Steve helped build Huntonly.com, but wanted the opportunity to build something bigger and better and launched Chasinwhitetails.com in December of 2014 as a way to share his love and passion for the outdoors. Today Chasin'Whitetails Media is growing. With the addition of the a radio show in 2014 and a The Heartbeat TV show in 2015, who knows what will come his way next. Steve serves on several prostaffs including; Prime, Lethal, Spot Hogg, S4 Gear, Tru Fire, and others. When it comes to understanding the movement and logic of the urban whitetail, he is a self proclaimed expert. Spending over 125 days a year in the big city woods.

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