Archive for the ‘Step-by-Step Tutorials’ Category

ARCTIC FOX BAITFISH – By Capt. “Mad” Mike Benson

ARCTIC FOX BAITFISH	– By Capt. “Mad” Mike Benson

This is a great little, “do anything”, baitfish pattern. Color options are endless, limited only by the available colors of fox. This fly sinks very slowly, and can be worked just under the surface of the water, making it deadly for shallow water predators… Bass, Reds, Snook, baby tarpon… she will do it all.

Rylee’s LiL’ Helper – Lucas Langton

Rylee’s LiL’ Helper – Lucas Langton

Rylee’s LiL’ Helper is an easy tie midge/larva pattern that has had great success on the White River and Taneycomo. Straight forward and durable pattern, no fluff.

GRHE (Gold Ribbed Hare’s Ear) variation – Lucian Vasies

GRHE (Gold Ribbed Hare’s Ear) variation – Lucian Vasies

Lucian gives his take on a GRHE, with the usual stunning attention to detail.

Rylee’s X-Caddis – by Lucas Langton

Rylee’s X-Caddis – by Lucas Langton

Check out Lucas Langton’s adaptation of the x-caddis. The difference between this pattern and a traditional X-caddis pattern is the body material and the foam hidden in the wing..

Copperhead Crab- by Capt. Mad Mike Benson

Copperhead Crab- by Capt. Mad Mike Benson

Capt. Mad Mike Benson shows how to tie his Copperhead Crab, a deadly for tailing redfish in the grass. I have personally had multiple redfish eat this fly… then I promptly miss a hookset or break them off. On a trip to North Carolina last summer I “borrowed” a few to take home, and they […]

Agostino Midge Emerger- by Lucian Vasies

Agostino Midge Emerger- by Lucian Vasies

A great step-by-step of how to tie a midge emerger based on the style of popular Italian fly tier Agostino Roncallo.

The Sickada- Curtis Fry

The Sickada- Curtis Fry

In honor of the epic 17-year Cicada emergence this year, I was on an R&D mission for a new fly design. I also wanted the fly to float well enough to support bigger sized droppers, so you’ll see this Cicada pattern incorporates as much foam as possible.

Beetle by Córdoba Sergio

Beetle by Córdoba Sergio

Hook: #8 Thread: 8/0 Body: Foam, Dubbing and Swiss Straw Legs: Silicone Rods Antennas: Mono Eyes: Epoxy Color: Permanent Marker Click Here for the Step by Step Tutorial on FlyTyingForum.com

Foam Stone by Scott Patterson

Foam Stone by Scott Patterson

hook – Dai Riki 280 #8 thread – UTC 140 tan body – 2mm foam rear feelers – rubber medium tan barred underwing – landscape fabric wing – elk hair thorax – Ice Dub golden brown front legs – rubber medium tan barred indicator – 2mm foam Click Here for the Step by Step Tutorial […]

Lurefil MF Nymph- by Lucian Vasies

Lurefil MF Nymph- by Lucian Vasies

Materials: Hook: Caddis #14 Daiichi D1130 Thread: yellow body tread Devaux and 17/0 UniThread Tail: Coq de Leon Underbody: yellow Devaux nody thread Body: olive lurefil Torax: super nymph dubbing or dubbing from hare mask mix with syntethic dubbing Wingcase: pearl scudback Heavy: tungsten bead 3mm Tie in your tail and lay a thread base […]

Rylee’s Supreme Sparkling Emerger- by Lucas Langton

Rylee’s Supreme Sparkling Emerger- by Lucas Langton

Lucas shows a great tutorial of a emerged/ cripple pattern. With some tweaks to color and size, this can be an effective fly on any body of water.

Parafoam Dry Flies by Alex Cerveniak

Parafoam Dry Flies by Alex Cerveniak

I came up with Parafoam style dries a few years ago when I was playing around with paraloop style hackle. I didn’t have the right size mono I needed and dug through my tying material bins for a substitute. “Foam!” This style of dry floats forever while riding nice and low in the film. I’ve […]

Quill Baetis Nymph- Lucian Vasies

Quill Baetis Nymph- Lucian Vasies

ucian Vasies is known for his amazing clean ties, and this Quill Baetis nymph does not disappoint. A basic pattern with flawless execution, size and color could be adapted to match local mayfly nymphs.

RYLEE’S CRIME SCENE CADDIS EMERGER- Lucas Langton

RYLEE’S CRIME SCENE CADDIS EMERGER- Lucas Langton

This is a spinoff of the Crime Scene Caddis tied by Bob Quigley, who happens to be my favorite fly tyer of all time. Bob passed away this past summer after a battle with cancer. He was a fly tying innovator giving us new patterns and new techniques to catch those finicky spring creek trout.

Hopper Legs- by Fred Hannie

Hopper Legs- by Fred Hannie

Fred Hannie shows how to easily make some realistic Hopper legs from mono.

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