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[12 Nov 2017 | Comments Off on Micro Intruder fly – Kevin Hospodar | ]

A micro intruder fly may sound like an oxymoron. This is a single station version of the typically double station intruder. Utilizing minimal materials, and a waddington shank this fly can get down but still has the movement and big profile like the larger similar patterns.

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[12 Nov 2017 | Comments Off on Double Deceiver – by Brian Wise | ]

Brian Wise shows how to tie the Double Deceiver, which has put more big fish in his boat than all other big streamers combined.

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[4 Jul 2017 | Comments Off on Parachute BWO – Blue Wing Olive Dry Fly | ]

BWOs are a main staple on trout waters throughout the US. With the techniques in this video you can easily change size to meet local hatches or even swap out color and size to match other mayfly hatches

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[17 Apr 2017 | Comments Off on Double Barrel Frog – Lucas Langton | ]

A very easy to follow foam frog pattern that will be sure to lure in bass this summer

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[12 Apr 2017 | Comments Off on Kelly Galloup’s Bangtail T&A – Brian Wise | ]

The Bangtail T&A is the newest member of the T&A Bunker series, which has been an evolutionary process in and of itself since its inception in 1999.

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[10 Apr 2017 | Comments Off on Tying Andre Puyans Loop Wing Dry Fly with Davie McPhail | ]

Loop wing dry fly – An interesting take on a quill body mayfly using hackle tips looped for the wing. It can easy adapted by color and size to meet local hatches.

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[14 Mar 2017 | Comments Off on Synthetic Quill Emerger | ]

A great looking emerged pattern utilizing a durable and realistic synthetic quill

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[14 Mar 2017 | Comments Off on Stealthcraft Rafts – by Alex Cerveniak | ]

“Then the epiphany. I didn’t need a drift boat, I needed a raft. ” Alex Cerveniak walks through his decision to move from a hard boat to a Stealthcraft Raft.

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[16 Feb 2017 | Comments Off on Winged Nymphs – Lucian Vasies | ]

Winged Nymphs for Dynamic Nymphing Winged Nymphs for Dynamic Nymphing could be considered a new frontier in fishing nymphs and a new way to tie flies. Some fly tiers consider them ugly. In terms of a classic construction and after the traditional rules to tie a nymph, these flies are quite ugly. These flies don’t […]

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[16 Feb 2017 | Comments Off on Pattegrisen Shrimp variant with Davie McPhail | ]

The Pattegrisen Shrimp (aka the Pink Pig) is a great shrimp imitation for saltwater. Change up some colors and you’d have a great freshwater crawfish pattern as well.