Posts Tagged ‘Hans Weilenmann’

Drake by Hans Weilenmann

Drake by Hans Weilenmann

Click Here to visit FlyTyingForum.com to see the receipe for this amazing Drake emerger tied by Hans Weilenmann

Flavio- by Hans Weilenmann

Flavio- by Hans Weilenmann

The Flavio is a western green drake emerger. Hans does a great detailed video on how to tie this very effective fly.

Hatching Olive Variant- Hans Weilenmann

Hatching Olive Variant- Hans Weilenmann

Han’s varriation of the Hatching Olive. This is a great emerger, wet fly swinger, or nymph pattern during a BWO hatch.

Shuck Raider- by Hans Weilenmann

Shuck Raider- by Hans Weilenmann

Hans Weilenmann show off his Shuck Raider pattern. Originally an emerger pattern, but could equally effective as a wet fly.

Sooty Olive- by Hans Weilenmann

Sooty Olive- by Hans Weilenmann

A traditional scotish loch fly, the Sooty Olive can be a great wet fly for trout anywhere in the world.

Spent Caddis- Hans Weilenmann

Spent Caddis- Hans Weilenmann

Hans Weilenmann shows how to tie a spent caddis. Notice the trimming on the hackle to allow the fly to sit lower in the film.

Reverse Hackle Mayfly- by Hans Weilenmann

Reverse Hackle Mayfly- by Hans Weilenmann

Hans Weilenmann ties a simple mayfly pattern that can easily be adapted to meet and local hatch in color and size. The reverse method of tying the hackle for a fly (dry or wet) allows for a very clean head and ensures yout hakle is clean by the eye.

Double Whammy- by Hans Weilenmann

Double Whammy- by Hans Weilenmann

Hans Weilenmann shows his great emerger pattern. The colors can be adapted to meet local hatches.

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