Posts Tagged ‘Richard Strolis’
Vern-o talks about the synergy between two tiers and how it led to his Bat Banger series of flies.
Here is another great streamer video from Brian Wise of flyfishingtheozarks.com. This is another in he series of Rich Strolis designed streamers.
This Hatches Theater features Brian Wise with some great fall fishing, Seven days of fishing in Lapland, and Richard Stolis’ 2012 wrap-up
Brian Wise ties Rich Strolis’ Hog Snare streamer. A tripple segement streamer that can be adapted in size and color to meet local needs.
Rich Strolis shows a great sculpin pattern
CDC loop wing style of emerger has been around for quite some time. A durable and effective mayfly emerger, this color and size variation is for a sulpher, but can be adapted to meet local mayfly hatches.
A very simple representation of a sand eel for you Striper Fishermen out there. If you like the looks of the glass style sand eels that utilize epoxy, here is an updated version of the same using Clear Cure Goo instead of Epoxy. These are very quick ties and just plain catch fish. Enjoy See […]
Richard Strolis show how to tie his emerging midge. With small tweaks to color and the rib, this should be a pretty adaptable pattern for any midge.
“Here is the shanked trailer hook version of my ever popular Ice Pick Streamer. I spun this guy up for you swingers out there who like to fish for steelhead or any species for that matter on the swing. The video demonstrates how to effectively tie a shanked style streamer with a trailer hook, and […]
My personal pattern to imitate the winter caddis that we get on our home river of the Farmington. The fly is intended to be skated, but can also be fished dead drift. The fly can be altered to imitate any pupa that is meant to be skated on the surface. Hook: TMC 2499 Size: 18 […]
Richard Strolis ties his Beach Comber streamer. Richard describes this pattern as “A really simple streamer mainly designed to represent sand eels, but could easily be altered for bay anchovies or any smaller salt water or even freshwater baitfish. The fish skulls are also used in the construction of this particular fly and really make […]
A great warm and coldwater streamer pattern tied on a 90 degree jig hook. Richard says this “Vertical Jig Style streamer pattern can be fished for several species. Jig style streamers are very overlooked patterns and styles, and this one is a deadly one”
The latest medium to large stonefly nymph pattern I came up with. The fly is two toned like a natural, and takes on a woven fly look without the weaving. Colors and sizes can be altered accordingly, as a rule of thumb I tie these in a 12-4 and the golden color in the video […]
A simple in the round tie for the Eastern March Brown but serves dual purpose as a medium sized stonefly. This particular fly is moderately weighted and designed to be fished as an anchor in a “euro-style” nymph rig. I personally like to tie this in 2 sizes and weights as explained in the video. […]