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Fly of the Month
Pale Morning Duns.  Rivers swollen with snowmelt eventually recede. Hatches of large stone-flies wane and ultimately end, and pale morning duns (PMDs) become a staple trout food. Damselfly Nymph. This month's pattern is a great fly for tiers of all skill levels. It is an easy fly that has very few materials.
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Breaking News. EPA is beginning a process under the Clean Water Act to protect Bristol Bay. Read the IFFF's response. The Federation now has a blogspot.  Join the conversation and read what others have to say.  Click here our blogspot!
Know the IFFF's Code of Angling Ethics!

1. Fly anglers understand and obey laws and regulations associated with the fishery.
2. Fly anglers believe fly fishing is a privilege and a responsibility.
3. Fly anglers conserve fisheries by limiting their catch.
4. Fly anglers do not judge fellow anglers and treat them as they would expect to be treated.
5. Fly anglers respect the waters occupied by other anglers so that fish are not disturbed.
6. When fishing from a watercraft, fly anglers do not crowd other anglers or craft or unnecessarily disturb the water.
7. Fly anglers respect other angling methods and promote this Code of Angling Ethics to all anglers.

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Since 1964, the International Federation of Fly Fishers has been an organized voice for fly fishers. We represent all aspects of fly fishing from the art of casting instruction and fly tying, to the protection of our fisheries.The International Federation of Fly Fishers and its Councils are the only organized advocate for fly fishers on an national and regional level.

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