Archive for the ‘Fly Patterns’ Category
Winged Nymphs for Dynamic Nymphing Winged Nymphs for Dynamic Nymphing could be considered a new frontier in fishing nymphs and a new way to tie flies. Some fly tiers consider them ugly. In terms of a classic construction and after the traditional rules to tie a nymph, these flies are quite ugly. These flies don’t […]
The Pattegrisen Shrimp (aka the Pink Pig) is a great shrimp imitation for saltwater. Change up some colors and you’d have a great freshwater crawfish pattern as well.
The zonker is a tried-and-tested model when it comes to imitating small fish, in this case I take advantage of the Pro Tube tube system to combine aspects that make this fly an excellent lure for the practice of spinning or Fly in search of great predators, the propeller adds a plus of attraction for those situations in which the water presents null or low visibility.
Capt Joe Benton from The Charleston Angler in Charleston, SC shows us a simple way to tie up an EP baitfish fly perfect for catching redfish, tarpon and snook.
A variation of the Orange Heron spey fly and the Intruder. Tied on a 45mm waddington shank, this is an unweighted fly to be swung for Steelhead.
A quick and effective safe hackle to swing for trout.
A take on a large articulated streamer fly. It’s a Zonker style tie using muskrat fur strips for the wing, and Woolly Sparkle Dub for the head/shoulder build up. Has proven super effective for most predators – especially for brown trout and sea run brown.
tutorial of a simple sparse variation of the Muddler Minnow pattern.
A fly tying tutorial of an October Caddis steelhead fly. This fly can be fished with various methods including grease lined, skated with a riffle hitch, or as a wet fly.
Finn Raccoon is an awesome material for big pike flies. The long, soft hair moves really well in the water. It’s also very durable. If you don’t use too much of the leather it’s also not so difficult to cast, because the hair will not soak as much as water as rabbit fur for example […]
The Silver Doctor is a long popular salmon fly that has seen many variations since its creation in the mid 1800s. This variation keeps true to the color scheme and the staple silver body, but with some modern influence and the use of a tube.
Brian Wise’s spin on the Tripple Dungeon fly. This is a BIG streamer with3 sections and a ton of movement. The color scheme can be easily adjusted to match your personal preference.
A versatile and easy to tie pattern, check out the BWO emerger.
Matt from Loon shows off the Jigawockie, a hotspot deep fishing nymph.
Highly Duplicated and Often Hated… the Squirmy Wormy