Posts Tagged ‘Trout’

Clark “Cheech” Pierce’s Mongrel Meat – by Brian Wise

Clark “Cheech” Pierce’s Mongrel Meat – by Brian Wise

A great articulated pattern that teaches the foundations for endless size and color combos for a variety of fish.

Deer Head SlugGo – by Chad Johnson

Deer Head SlugGo – by Chad Johnson

Dally’s Ozark Fly Fisher guide Chad Johnson ties his Deer Head SlugGo for trophy brown trout on the White River. The SlugGo is one of the regular patterns in the boxes of our streamer guides, for its predator attracting action.

Zebra Midge – Joshua Williams

Zebra Midge – Joshua Williams

Check out Joshua Williams’ take on a Zebra Midge, and easy but extremely effective pattern for nymph fishing.

GRHE (Gold Ribbed Hare’s Ear) variation – Lucian Vasies

GRHE (Gold Ribbed Hare’s Ear) variation – Lucian Vasies

Lucian gives his take on a GRHE, with the usual stunning attention to detail.

CDC pheasant tail- Kirk Estlick

CDC pheasant tail- Kirk Estlick

An interesting take on a widely popular fly. The use of CDC allows for extra movement and trapping of some micro air bubbles for an extra buggy look.

PFD Rusty Spinner- by Tightlines productions

PFD Rusty Spinner- by Tightlines productions

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.

RYLEE’S CRIME SCENE CADDIS EMERGER- Lucas Langton

RYLEE’S CRIME SCENE CADDIS EMERGER- Lucas Langton

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.

Rylee’s Pullover Caddis- by Lucas Langton

Rylee’s Pullover Caddis- by Lucas Langton

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.

Synthetic Quill Nymph- by Richard Strolis

Synthetic Quill Nymph- by Richard Strolis

“Pearl Quill Body is a really great product for small flies, and I was a bit bummed when it was out of production, but low and behold, Kevin over at Performance Flies got on top of it. As a result of the products re-introduction, I put together the video of my favorite little nymph using […]

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.

Glitter Nymph- by Lucian Vasies

Glitter Nymph- by Lucian Vasies

The glitter nymph is a fairly basic pattern in detail, but as Lucian shows even a basic pattern (when tied well) can be quite impressive. Notice the use of UV resin to enhance the visual appeal of the fly and added durability.

Lay Down Sally- Yellow Sally- by Outsmarting Fish

Lay Down Sally- Yellow Sally- by Outsmarting Fish

They Lay Down Sally is a Sally dry fly pattern to be fished during peak activity. We have a fertile river in our neck of the woods (in Utah) that produces great Yellow Sally hatches throughout the summer months.

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.

Extended Body Light Cahill- by tightline productions

Extended Body Light Cahill- by tightline productions

A great mayfly imitation, that can have the colors adjusted to match local hatches. The extended body is created with a single wood duck flank feather.

Ultra Violet Baetis nymph – by Hans Stephenson

Ultra Violet Baetis nymph – by Hans Stephenson

An epoxy back mayfly nymph imitation. The flashback on this nymph is made from Hareline Dubbin’s Purple Haze Holographic Fibers. An excellent nymph to imitate Baetis mayflies. Tie in sizes 16-20. I used Clear Cure Goo for the epoxy back. After experimenting with CCG I discovered that the extra fine accessory tips are a must for applying the small amounts needed for epoxy backs on small nymphs.

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