Conquer Montana's Missouri River with a Fly Rod.
The WD-40 is another simple fly pattern meant to imitate midge pupae and Baetis nymphs. Most likely it originated somewhere in Southern Colorado and was popularized on the San Juan River in New Mexico.
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