Archive for the ‘Fly Patterns’ Category
Dally’s Ozark Fly Fisher guide Chad Johnson ties his Deer Head SlugGo for trophy brown trout on the White River. The SlugGo is one of the regular patterns in the boxes of our streamer guides, for its predator attracting action.
Vern-o talks about the synergy between two tiers and how it led to his Bat Banger series of flies.
Check out Joshua Williams’ take on a Zebra Midge, and easy but extremely effective pattern for nymph fishing.
Brain Wise is back with another unique take on a big streamer tutorial video
Brad Bohen is back with the latest version in the evolution of the Hang Time Optic Minnow
Detailed instructions for tying a Spent Partridge Caddis.
James shows off his speed tying and puts together his favorite pattern for fishing the Applegate River in Southern Oregon. Tie this fly and slay some steelhead!
Hammer Creek Fly Fishing ties a Czech Mate Nymph Hook: 8-14 GC2457 Scud Back: Thin Skin Fly Specks Clear Rib: 3X Tippet & Gold Tinsel Body: Hare’s Mask Cheek Dubbing Hotspot: STS Trilobal Dub Fl Pink Thorax: Hare’s Ear Dubbing Thread: 70 Dark Olive The Czech Mate Nymph in this video was tied using a […]
Click Here to visit FlyTyingForum.com to see the receipe for this amazing Drake emerger tied by Hans Weilenmann
It is a perfect match to our local stones and is a very durable fly. Try this in any of the stretchs of the S. Platte River. Carl is from Denver, CO and is a fly designer for Montana Fly Company.
Jim Misiura tying a Parachute Biot BWO using a GreenCaddis GC80000 dry fly hook.
The Wired Stonefly Nymph is a great heavy stonefly nymph pattern. The Wired Stonefly Nymph is not only heavy, but also life like. The bright segmentation of the wired body really stands out and adds the extra weight needed for any stonefly nymph. The Wired Stonefly Nymph can be tied in many colors such as, […]
Intruders have transformed from a single pattern to an entire tying style. Check out this version tied on a tube.
Lucian gives his take on a GRHE, with the usual stunning attention to detail.
Get ready for steelhead and salmon with these two videos with great rigging tips.