Posts Tagged ‘Ant’

Chernobyl Ant – Tightlines Productions

Chernobyl Ant – Tightlines Productions

The Chernobyl Ant is a must for any box. This super versatile pattern can be changed in size and color to meet individuals needs and target species.

Winged Ant – by Holger Lachmann

Winged Ant – by Holger Lachmann

Summertime is Terrestrial time. There is no mistake on how effective a ant can be when fished under an overhanging tree or bank. This pattern not only offers a good “SPLAT” on contact with water, it also offers a solid profile construction and durability to fish all day.

Otsego Ant by Alex Cerveniak

Otsego Ant by Alex Cerveniak

I forget where I first learned it, but during a Trico hatch, all you need to do to catch the trout that are snubbing your trico pattern is tie on an ant. Over the last 10 years, I’ve found that ants are a trump card that no trout can refuse. This is especially true when […]

Parachute Black Ant- by Davie McPhail

Parachute Black Ant- by Davie McPhail

Davie Mcphail gives a great tutorial on tying a Parachute Black Ant

UV Ice Dub Beatis Nymph

UV Ice Dub Beatis Nymph

The Blue Winged Olive or BWO is one of the most important insects to the angler. CaddisFlyShop demonstrates how to tie a relatively simple nymph imitation of the Blue Winged Olive using UV Ice Dub in light olive color. Using UV Ice Dub on some patterns can make a nymph show and perform better than […]

McMurray Ant- by Charlie Dickson

McMurray Ant- by Charlie Dickson

Charlie Dickson brings back the McMurray Ant, a great terrestrial pattern that most people don’t tie… but should!

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