Egg-Laying Caddis Dry Fly

One more fly tying video comes to us from Epic Outdoor Adventures – an Egg-Laying Caddis Dry Fly pattern. Great fly to have during the caddis hatch. Tie with different body colors to match your hatch. Great pattern, steps are easy to follow – give it a shot! Ingredients To tie this Egg-Laying Caddis Dry…

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Griffith's Gnat

Another great fly tying video tutorial from Epic Outdoor Adventures, now it is a Griffith’s Gnat pattern. This is a classic dry fly pattern, super-effective and a sure must-have in every fly box. It is a very simple tie, steps are easy to follow – give it a try! Ingredients To tie Epic’s Griffith’s Gnat, you…

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Guide's Choice Hare's Ear Nymph

One more nymph pattern fly tying video tutorial coming from Epic Outdoor Adventures – how to tie a Guide’s Choice Hare’s Ear Nymph. A Guide’s Choice is a variation of a Hare’s Ear Nymph with a hot spot added and soft hackle used. A real classic fly, very versatile and super-effective. The steps are easy…

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Frenchie Nymph pattern

Presenting another great video by Epic Outdoor Adventures – how to tie a Frenchie Nymph pattern. Simple pattern, yet so effective, a real must-have in every fly box. Easy steps, definitely give it a try! Ingredients To tie this Frenchie Nymph, you need the following: Hook: Hemingway’s Nymph Barbless HC114 Hooks in size #14 Bead: Tungsten…

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Hemingway's Caddis Dry Fly

Epic Outdoor Adventures shared a great video on how to tie the Hemingway’s Caddis Dry Fly pattern. An interesting pattern, simple to tie, easy steps, great looking fly as a result – give it a try! Ingredients To tie this Hemingway’s Caddis Dry Fly, you need the following: Hook: Dry Fly Hemingway’s H123, size #16 Thread:…

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This time Kevin Hospodar shared a tutorial on how to tie his Intruder 4K – a great looking steelhead intruder.  Awesome pattern, sure to have big success on the water. Easy-to-follow steps. “A different take on an intruder. Materials with a lot of movement and very little bulk. The shank and some medium eyes with…

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Pheasant Tail Catgut Nymph

Kevin Hospodar just shared a great, new, fly tying tutorial. Here, he shows us how to tie a Pheasant Tail Catgut Nymph pattern. The steps are easy-to-follow. “The pheasant tail nymph is probably the most (or top 3) most popular nymphs in fly fishing. It is simple, effective, and mimics a wide range of trout…

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Blue Quill

One more in a series of beginner fly tying videos by Jim Misiura, this one is for a dry pattern – Blue Quill. Super-easy to follow in Jim’s usual style, the resulting fly is great looking and will sure be a winner comes summer time. Ingredients: Hook: standard dry #12 – #18 (Maruto D31SSC) Thread:…

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GSS Peacock Pheasant Tail

Here is an interesting new pattern from Jim Misiura – a GSS Peacock Pheasant Tail. Great fly, simple steps – give it a try. Ingredients: Hook: 2xl Nymph #12-#18 (Hemingway’s HC114 Hooks) Bead: 3mm Tungsten Beads (match hook size) Thread: Black/Green (Hemingway’s Thread 3/0 or Hemingway’s 6/0 in Green) Rib: Extra Fine Green Wire Tail/Abdomen: Black Green…

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Iron Blue Dun

Jim Misiura brings us one more beginner fly tying video tutorial – this time for an Iron Blue Dun pattern. In Jim’s easy-to-follow style, steps are simple and the result is a great mayfly dun fly. Give it a try! Ingredients: Hook: standard dry #12 – #18 (Maruto D31SSC) Thread: grey (Veevus 16/0 in Grey)…

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