Brassed Off by Dave Wiltshire | Hatches Fly Tying Magazine
Love it or hate it, the inevitable need to go deeper and find the fish, is married with the arrival of colder (and often wetter) weather. Whilst it may not be the dry-fly fishers’ idea of fun, big and heavy, lead-packed nymphs are often the answer. Fished in a variety of styles, they can be […]
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Fly Patterns & Hot Spots (Natural trigger or a contrast to naturals?)
Whether a ‘hot spot’ is part of the natural process or stands in contrast to naturals, the addition of hot pink, red, orange or chartreuse can enhance the success of a pattern. Honestl…
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Chain Gang Stonefly Nymph by Dean Myers | | Hatches Fly Tying Magazine
A while back we came across a fly pattern created by Dean Myers, a commercial fly tier from southeastern Pennsylvania, called the Chain Gang Stone. As you can see, Dean has taken an innovative approach to creating
Gray Bodyglass Pupa
Materials from www.TROUTLINE.ROHook: Maruto C 46 WBL, 12#Thread: Uni-Thread 8#,GrayUnderbody: Uny-Stretch,LT GrayBody: Body Glass Half Round, size micro (HEN...
View Fly Fishing Patterns and Trout Flies
View and explore trout flies for fly fishing on South Platte River. Search for trout fly patterns for fly fishing on the Dream Stream and fly fishing in Deckers Colorado.
Adam Harman on Instagram: “Thought this stone would be fun to throw to some stockers 😄. Using some @oakmanorflyfishing dubbing on this one. Great stuff man, thanks…”
266 Likes, 7 Comments - Adam Harman (@blueridgecustomflies) on Instagram: “Thought this stone would be fun to throw to some stockers 😄. Using some @oakmanorflyfishing dubbing…”
Catgut nymphs and how they looks - Fly Tying
Catgut nymphs are used for many years in competition fishing by Polish and Czech anglers. For a long period of time this material was kept as a secret material. But a while ago, from aprox 4-5 years , the secret was revealed and the catgut nymphs started to be more and more popular between anglers Continue Reading