Shop Goose Quill Tungsten Jig Nymph Fly Tying Materials Learn how to tie a Tungsten Jig Nymph with a Canadian Goose Quill. Nature’s Spirit Canadian Goose Quills are beautiful biots with excellent segmentation. Goose Quills are much more affordable than stripped peacock quills.
https://shop.flyfishsd.com/collections/pats-rubber-legs The Pat’s Rubber Legs is one of the best attractor nymph patterns ever tied, and it’s one of the most productive as well! Imitates a stonefly nymph well, and is easily adapted to various species of stoneflies. Makes a great weight fly for nymphing faster water as well! This pattern can be be tied […]
Shop Frenchie Fly Tying Materials https://shop.flyfishsd.com/collections/frenchie-fly-tying-video The Frenchie has become an incredibly popular fly, especially with the European Nymphing crowd! Easy and quick to tie, the Frechie flat out works. Fish it under an indicator or tightline it! Originated by Lance Egan, and tied by Ryan Gabert in this video.
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 […]
Tying the Dropshot Quill Nymph This new pattern uses the just released Hareline Dubbin Insta Jig Tungsten Heads. Insta Jig Tungsten heads are teardrop shaped tungsten beads that has an offset hole that flips any hook and forces it to ride hook point up, thereby turning it into a jig style nymph. We have have […]
Tying the Hippie Stomper The Hippie Stomper is fast becoming our favorite attractor dry fly. It brings strikes from fish that have refused just about everything in the box. They love to eat the Hippie Stomper! Thank you Andrew Grillos for creating this versatile pattern. We fish this in a dry dropper rig as well […]
Ryan Gabert ties his version of the Lil Kim streamer. This has been our top streamer this year on our Black Hills streams. It also works extremely well on the Bighorn and North Platte. This pattern is typically tied with olive marabou and various body colors (silver, copper, gold). However, feel free to experiment and […]