Mossy’s Fly Shop and CrossCurrent TV teamed up for this great video on how to create loops in various types of fly line… Lots of great info!
Two great videos from opposite ends of North America. Gaspe Atlantic Salmon eating dry flies in gin clear water and last winter brown trout in Montana spring creeks.
Curious about tube flies? Want to know the basic rigging? Looking for some tube inspiration?
Check out this clip from the “Anatomy of a Tube Fly”.
Two great steelhead videos and a preview for a pretty cool series coming from the central part of the US.
Many of our most popular styles and sizes of GreenCaddis hooks have been out of stock for months but I am happy to report a giant shipment of hooks just arrived. The trout opener is just around the corner so finish up stocking those fly boxes with some premium quality hooks at very competitive prices. [...]
James, Eric, Tim, Jeff, Curly, and Mark had a week and they ran for the coast. Steelheading some of the most amazing water that the North West offers.
The Quill Gordon is perhaps one of the most widely known dry flies, originated by Theodore Gordon around the turn of the 20th century. Over 100 years laters Tightlines showcases Allen Landheer’s Quill Gordon Emerger.
I came up with Parafoam style dries a few years ago when I was playing around with paraloop style hackle. I didn’t have the right size mono I needed and dug through my tying material bins for a substitute. “Foam!” This style of dry floats forever while riding nice and low in the film. I’ve [...]
ucian Vasies is known for his amazing clean ties, and this Quill Baetis nymph does not disappoint. A basic pattern with flawless execution, size and color could be adapted to match local mayfly nymphs.
There is no golden rule to frequency of line cleaning… basically if your floating line isn’t floating, its time to clean it. Geoff from Scientific Anglers/ Ross shows you how to keep your line in top performance.
10 featured customer product reviews for Green Caddis Outfitters fly boxes, scissors and fly tying hooks.
Clark Pierce shows a cool Sculpin pattern. Some unique materials and original application gives a great looking fly.
Sometimes tying tutorials need a long description and explanation, and sometimes the content speaks for itself. And other times there are no words in the English language to explain things… things like “Fly Tyin’ with Uncle Ken”.
Check out the continued fight to protect Key West harbor and wild american steehead, and a cold night on the Blue river.
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.