Posts Tagged ‘Intermediate’
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 [...]
Learn how to tie a high riding variation of the tried and true Rusty Spinner that will allow you to fish more effectively in low light.
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.
Brian Wise is back at it with another big meaty streamer, there are lots of color combos… so get creative.
Clark Pierce shows a cool Sculpin pattern. Some unique materials and original application gives a great looking fly.
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.
“The first video in the Thomas Harvey series of flies…..the Wedding Veil. Thomas is the lead man behind Carolina Fly,a Southern Culture on the Fly contributor, and generally awesome fly designer.” – Brian Wise Recipe: Hook – Gamakatsu B10s #1 Tail – Saddle Hackle Body – EP Sparkle Brush Eyes – Clear Cure Dumbell Eyes [...]
The Muddler Minnow is a timeless streamer that has been around and catching fish well before all the new materials and patterns that are front and center in today’s Fly Fishing market. Tim from Tightlines Productions break down a few tips and tricks that will make tying this pattern much easier.
The parafoam style is an ingenious way of incorporating foam which helps floatability and the para- loop hackle which keeps the hackle on top of the fly which allows the fly to ride better in the surface film. The parafoam style dries make really effective emerger and cripple patterns.
Dave Hosler from Pile Cast breaks down his “Chewy” streamer pattern. Check out Pile Cast to see more of Dave’s flies, music, hot coco, and his cat.
April Vokey ties her version of an Intruder at a fly show in Germany. Not much talking/instruction, my guess due to the language barrier, but still a great video on how to tie this popular fly on a tube.
Han’s varriation of the Hatching Olive. This is a great emerger, wet fly swinger, or nymph pattern during a BWO hatch.
You can’t get a more traditional dry fly than an Elk Hair Caddis, there has been thousands if not millions of trout caught on this fly and I’m willing to bet most anglers have at least have one Elk Hair Caddis in their fly box. My biggest complaint with this pattern is how it rides on the surface of the water, unless you trim the hackle off the bottom more times than not it rides sideways and does not stabilize on the surface until the body and hackle take in some water. My solution is Rylee’s Pullover Caddis.
Brian Wise ties Rich Strolis’ Hog Snare streamer. A tripple segement streamer that can be adapted in size and color to meet local needs.
A few years back during a random time-wasting YouTube session, I stumbled on Andy Burk’s page. After checking out a few tying videos I came across one about a dead drift crayfish pattern tied by Tim Haddon. At the time, I had never tried fishing a crayfish pattern dead drifted so I thought I’d give [...]