Shop Pike Tube Fly Materials Pike tube flies are becoming more popular due to their longevity and being able to rig them up in a number of ways. This simple tie lends itself well to variation, and can be tied to mimic just about anything that swims. Chartreuse, Olive, Black, and White have been our […]
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This pattern utilizes some of the new materials from Hareline Dubbin, and makes for a really cool baitfish pattern! Perfect for warmwater species like bass and walleye, and equally effective on trout. Tie a few up in various colors to match your local baitfish. Shop Ripple Ice Minnow Fly Tying Materials
The Griffith’s Gnat is a staple in the trout fisherman’s fly box, and for good reason! This is one of the best dry flies for wintertime midge hatches, and it’s a relatively easy tie. Some of the new colors of Nature’s Spirit dyed peacock will give you an interesting variation as well. Be sure to […]
Ryan shows you how to tie up one of our favorite summertime terrestrials, the Chubby Chernobyl! This is a fantastic indicator pattern, and it will often surprise you how many fish eat it. Tan is our favorite color, but a black cricket version is often very effective as well. Shop Chubby Chernobyl Tying Materials Collection
Crayfish are a very important part of the diet of warmwater fish, and this pattern works great for fish feeding on them! Largemouth, Smallies, Walleyes, and Carp all can’t resist the Crawl Daddy. Brown has been our best color, but play around with different color combos to see what your local fish like! Shop Ryan’s […]
Ryan shows you how to tie a simple but incredibly effective pattern, the Hot Head Pine Squirrel Leech. This is one of our go to patterns on the North Platte River near Casper, Wyoming, as well as throughout the Black Hills when the water is colored. Brown, Black, and Natural are three of the most […]
Dave Gamet ties his Bug Gut Scud, which incorporates a bit of a different technique to form the legs than a traditional scud pattern. This fly is effective anywhere trout eat scuds, especially in tailwaters and spring creeks. Adjust the colors as needed! Buy Materials Here – Bug Gut Scud Materials List Materials List Hook […]
The Clouser Minnow is easily one of the most popular warmwater fly patterns ever tied, and for good reason – it catches fish in just about every situation! This variation on the original replaces the Krystal Flash with a new Hareline material called Ripple Ice Fiber, and it gives the overall fly some more depth […]
In this video Dave Gamet ties his Jawbreaker Midge. This is a fantastic pattern twelve months a year, but it seems especially effective in the winter. We’re not really sure why, but various shades of pink and purple seem to work exceptionally well in the winter months. Tie this pattern up in sizes 16-22. Fish […]