Posts Tagged ‘Intermediate’
A take on a large articulated streamer fly. It’s a Zonker style tie using muskrat fur strips for the wing, and Woolly Sparkle Dub for the head/shoulder build up. Has proven super effective for most predators – especially for brown trout and sea run brown.
A BRAND NEW articulated streamer from Kelly Galloup. The Flatliner is a horizontally (is that a word) flat profiled fly…..cool stuff!
A Variation of a variation best describes this one. A black wing steelhead fly with a bit of natural flash on a heavy iron salmon hook.
From a single hook to a Triple-Articulated beast….Kris Keller’s 3 Pack Shaker. This thing is a best, loads of movement, loads of kick–killer streamer!! ~Recipe~ Rear Hook – TMC 5263 #2 Tail – Marabou Body – Polar Chenille Flymen Articulated Shank Complex Twist Body Front Hook Hook – Gamakatsu sp11-3l3h 2/0 Arctic Fox Complex Twist […]
Brian Wise continues his series of Andreas Andersson flies.
“Nothing complicated but very efficient for fishing grayling and trout using “peche a vue ” – the french technique of fishing with micro nymphs. Tying this micro nymph is not complicated and is not time consuming. Every fisherman or beginner tier can make this fly in aprox 5min.” – Lucian Vacies Materials: Hook: Maruto D82 […]
This has become my go to fly for Lake Erie Steelhead. The waddington shank adds enough weight to get the fly down and it is “even weight” the keeps the fly nice and level.
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.
A great articulated pattern that teaches the foundations for endless size and color combos for a variety of fish.
A very versatile baitfish fly. Not only are the color combos endless, but size up or down for your application.
OPST’s newest fly tying video on how to Tie Jerry French’s Skinny Hoh fly. The Skinny Hoh is a slimmed-down version of Jerry French’s Dirty Hoh, a cross between an intruder and a string leech. It features composite loops, which Jerry uses to put multiple materials in a dubbing loop for a totally unique look and action. This video gives a great step by step instruction to the composite loop, as well as the twisted hitch, Jerry’s way of securing a hook to a rabbit strip so that it will never come loose or foul.
Learn from OPST guide Trevor Covich how to tie a large intruder for big steelhead and king salmon.
An inverted double hook pattern that has endless color and size variations.
Dally’s Ozark Fly Fisher partner and guide Steve Dally demonstrates his predator seducing Lap Dancer in trophy brown trout sizes.
Brain Wise is back with another unique take on a big streamer tutorial video