The single fly is just as it sounds. Pick just one pattern – nymph, dry, wet, streamer and use only that pattern for two days of fishing in early June which coincides with the Mass. Fish and Wildlife free fishing weekend. Only one pattern is allowed – maybe a Hare’s Ear, or a Soft Hackle, or possibly an Adams, or even a Wooly Bugger. The angler registers their fly with the DRWTU representative at the Zoar picinic area and checks back at the end of the second day with the tally of the total inches of the various trout that they caught and released with that fly. Prizes are awarded based upon the total inches of all of the trout caught during the two day event.
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