Here’s a bunch of new fly tying videos. We have had these filmed for a while, but haven’t had a chance to publish them yet. We will get materials lists and each video categorized soon. In the mean time check out the latest and greatest. We are always working on new ideas for videos, however […]
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Tying Bonefish Flies Veverka’s Mantis Shrimp Tying Bonefish Flies Veverka’s Mantis Shrimp is another installment in our bonefish and saltwater water tying series. Mantis Shrimp Materials List Hook: Daiichi 2546 Eyes: Bead Chain Eyes Antennae: Craft Fur or Pseudo Hair Antennae: Krystal Flash Tan or Root Beer Eyes: Burned Mono 20 lb test Antennae: Barred […]
Tying the Party Crasher Jig Nymph Learn to tie a flashy jig style nymph that triggers strikes like nobody’s business. Consider the trout party crashed. Ok that sounds a bit corny, but this is an excellent nymph that is catching a bunch of fish lately. Great for Czech or European nymphing styles. Party Crasher Jig […]
Tying the Split Back Baetis Nymph Learn to tie the Tungsten Split Back Baetis Nymph. This is one of the most effective nymphs we’ve used. Works excellent as a dropper behind a dry fly or fished deep. Tungsten Split Case Baetis Nymph Materials Hook- Daiichi 1100 size 16-22 Bead- Black Nickel Tungsten Bead Sized to […]
Tying a Parachute Blue Wing Olive Learn to tie the Parachute Blue Winged Olive, a valuable dry fly for trout streams across the country. Video by Dakota Angler and Outfitter in Rapid City, South Dakota. Parachute Blue Winged Olive Fly Tying Materials Hook: Daiichi 1100 or Tiemco 100 Size 14-22 Thread: 70 Denier Ultra Thread […]
Tying the Fish Skull Sparkle Minnow A simple streamer to tie thanks to a very cool material – Wapsi’s Palmer Chenille. When finished with a Fish Skull, this fly looks great. Good amounts of flash and elements of realism make this fly a sure bet. Great for trout and smallmouth bass. Fish Skull Sparkle Minnow […]
Fly Tying Video- Barr’s Vis-a-Dun Baetis Purchase materials to tie the Vis a Dun CDC Thorax Dun Fly Tying Materials Hook: Daiichi 1100 or Tiemco 100 Dry Fly Hook size 14-22 Thread: 70 Denier Ultra Thread Wing: Poly Yarn Dun or Light Gray Tail: Coq de Leon Fibers Abdomen: Nature’s Spirit Fine Natural Dubbing Legs/Hackle: […]
Tying Bonefish Flies the Pink Puff The Tying Bonefish Flies the Pink Puff video shows you how to tie the most productive pattern that used while bone fishing last spring. Materials List Hook: 2546 Daiichi Wing: Calf Tail Tan or White Wing: Krystal Flash Wing: Grizzly Hackle Feathers Eyes: Bead Chain Eyes Body: Ultra Chenille […]
Tying Bonefish Flies Estaz Flats Crab The Bone Fish Estaz Flats Crab was a really productive pattern on Long Island last year bonefishing. Materials List Hook:Saltwater Style Size 6 Eyes:Small Lead Dumbbell Eyes Legs: Round Rubber Leg Material Body: Gold Estaz Wing: Deer Hair Purchase Materials Here
Saltwater Merkin Crab Fly Tying Video The Saltwater Merkin Crab Fly Tying Video will teach you another of our favorite simple but effective bonefish patterns. Materials List Hook: Mustad SL45 Eyes: Lead Dumbbell Eye Thread: Tan 140 denier Claws: Grizzly Hackle Feathers Body: Rug Yarn Or Ep Fibers Legs: Rubber Leg Material Purchase Materials Here
Zebra Midge Fly Tying Video The Zebra Midge is an easy to tie and deadly fly pattern. The zebra midge is a great pattern for beginning fly tiers. Start by tying them in larger sizes (size14-16) and progress to tying them in smaller sizes (18-22). Vary the color of thread to create endless varieties of […]
The Hot Spot Jig Nymph is a productive winter and spring time pattern here in the Black Hills. Materials List Purchase materials here Hook: Syndicate Nymph Midge Emerger Hook Black CH400BK size 10-16 Bead: Slotted Tungsten Bead Nickel or Black Nickel sized to match hook Thread: UTC 70 Denier Tail: Coq de Leon Fibers Abdomen:Hareline […]