Posts Tagged ‘Advanced’
Scott Lewis from Alpha Trout Outfitters gives his take on the Rat/Squirrel Pole Dancer fly. Centered around creating a “Walk the Dog” action of a topwater Zara Spook.
Anton Pousar tying a scandinavian style tube fly for salmon called Silver Glödhäck.
Here is another great streamer video from Brian Wise of flyfishingtheozarks.com. This is another in he series of Rich Strolis designed streamers.
Highly influenced by Brad Bohen’s Hang Time and fortified with Clear Cure Goo El Chupacabra is a staple in my Esox arsenal. After years of fishing and tweaking it’s a great confidence pattern that can be tied in a just about any color scheme you can imagine.
Brad Bohen of Musky Country Outfitters, shows his latest fly… The Swim Jimmy. Not only does Brad go into detailed instruction during the tutorial, he also talks material selection. Brad looks for materials that withstand the stresses that come with catching large predators with large teeth. Check Brad out at MUSKYCOUNTRYOUTFITTERS.COM for the products used [...]
A time tested salmon and steelhead pattern, the Lady Caroline, tied by Timo Kontio. Watch Timo’s excellent clean and detailed technique of a fly that should be in every angler’s box.
Frank G. Swarner III shows how to tie a Balmoral Dee Fly tied on a Size 1.5 Alec Jackson Hook.
A great detailed tutorial on tying a realistic cadis dry fly.
The Voodoo Squatch by Mike Schmidt of Anglers Choice Flies (www.anglerschoiceflies.com) is a phenominal fat-headed, gnarly fly with TONS of movement.
This is a new attempt of tying a articulate foam burrowing nymph, which the tail will point up and swing ( head down) when you give small little strip.
Slippery Pete is a fly I tie to imitate the profile of panfish like bluegills and crappie. The main purpose of the fly was for muskie, but big largemouth bass love bluegills. I’ve had good success with it in smaller sizes for bass. I’ve found it doesn’t need to be tied in colors to match [...]
Realistic flies can be intimidating a first glance. With more detailed step and a few unique material, they are now different that nay other flies. Kyle Hanna breaks down in detail the steps for a great realistic stonefly.
I love fishing and tying “generic patterns for both inland trout, steelhead, and a variety of warmwater speices. The “Stone-A-Mite Wiggler”, when tied in a variety of sizes and color variations is able to impersonate a wide variety of aquatic insects that live in both warm and cold water environs. Materials: Hook: Daiichi #1130, Sizes [...]
Matt Grajewski show how to tie this triple hook meaty streamer. The Nut Butter can be tweaked in color to meet your needs.