Posts Tagged ‘Davie McPhail’
Davie McPhail how how to tie his Carron Dabbler. A great winged wet fly, with the level of professionalism and high quility video and descrpition that can only be offered by Davie.
Davie McPhail shows how to tie an Olive Pheasant Tail Upright Nymph. This unique fly design allows the hook to fish point up. Be sure to watch Davie’s tips for rigging as well.
Davie McPhail shows how to tie his Golden Stonefly Nymph. The detailed instruction shows a fly that is not only a productive, but is very realistic.
Davie Mcphail ties a great nymph pattern, the Olive Quilled Cruncher. This pattern makes use of Dyed Peacock Quill for a great looking segmented body.
There are many different versions of the Stimulator, in both a range of color and sizes. While designed as a stonefly imitation, many anglers fish it as a searching pattern or when caddis are present. Davie McPhail’s instructions and insight are valuable to both the beginner and experienced tier of this pattern.
Davie Mcphail gives a great tutorial on tying a Parachute Black Ant
Davie McPhail ties a great small mayfly spinner. As summer comes into full swing, this would be a great midge or trico pattern. With a few simple color adjustments, this could cover a lot of bases
Davie shows a great style of nymph popular in Poland. While the body is the same as a typical Pheasant Tail nymph, there is a unique thorax and head. Make sure to watch to see Davie’s pink dropper he fishes with this fly.
Davie McPhail ties his Mahongany Mayfly Nymph. This pattern can easily be adapted to match any mayfly nymph. Notice the tapered underbody that Davie builds with his lead and the tag ends of the tail biots.
Davie McPhail ties a great mixed Deer Hair and CDC comparadun. Comparaduns are excellent mayfly imitations and Davie ties this one as a BWO.