Bottom Scratcher Nymph Pattern by Jim Misiura

Here, in this Jim’s video tutorial, we learn how to tie his Bottom Scratcher nymph pattern – a general-purpose nymph fly. East tie, great pattern. Give it a try! Ingredients: Hook: Hemingway’s H118 3xl Nymph Hook #10 – #16 (Jim used #12) Bead: Frosty Fly Tungsten Beads in Gold – size match to hook (Jim…

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Cow Dung Dry Fly Pattern

In this fly tying video tutorial, Jim Misiura is presenting his Cow Dung dry fly pattern. A simple, yet effective fly. Try it out! Ingredients: Hook: Hemingway’s Dry H123 in size #12 to #20 Thread: Hemingway’s 8/0 Thread in Rusty Brown Body: Mix 2 Yellow 2 Olive Peacock Herl or try Hemingway’s Peacock Dubbing in…

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Realistic Red Quill Mayfly Dry Pattern by Jim Misiura

This time Jim is showing us how to tie his Realistic Red Quill mayfly dry pattern – a really great pattern, tied in Jim’s easy-to-follow style. Give it a try! Ingredients: Hook: Demon Competition W633 Hooks in size #16 Thread: Hemingway’s 8/0 Thread in Rusty Brown Body: Frosty Fly Realistic Extended Mayfly Body in Red…

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Hemingway's Rubber Legs Pheasant Tail Nymph

Another great fly tying video tutorial coming from Jim Misiura – his Hemingway’s Rubber Legs Pheasant Tail nymph pattern. Jim’s usual easy-to-follow steps and a great nymph fly as a result. Try it out today! Ingredients: Hook: Hemingway’s HC114 Std/2xl Nymph Hooks #12 – #18 Thread: Hemingway’s 8/0 Thread in Dark Brown Weight: .015 lead-free…

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Fly Ting Brown Drake - Tied by Steven Craig

Awesome video tutorial coming from Steve Craig: a Brown Drake pattern that can be used during the Hexagenia hatch as well. It is a very productive pattern in central Alberta streams and rivers. This pattern uses the Frosty Fly’s Realistic Extended Mayfly Body in Brown Drake, which is extremely durable and floats like a cork.…

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Golden Stone Dry Fly Pattern - Tied by Steven Craig

The next fly tying tutorial coming from Steven Craig is his Golden Stone pattern. A great pattern, very easy steps, simple instructions. This Golden Stone is “quick, easy and floats like a cork”. Try it out today! Ingredients: Hook: Ahrex Size 10 (you can also try: Hemingway’s H118 Hooks) Thread: 6/0 Tan Body: Frosty Fly…

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Fly Fishing Isonychia Bicolor Mayfly Pattern

On the rivers of southern Ontario where I usually fish, Isonychia bicolor mayfly used to hatch normally right after Green Drakes, which is around the beginning of June, and than, a sporadic hatch during the summer and again in the middle of August. This was in the past. Today this is all different, unfortunately. This…

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Realistic Skittering Caddis

Another great recipe coming from Corey Cabral – a Realistic Skittering Caddis. A great pattern to imitate natural behavior of this fly on the water – erratic, skittering, flapping. Designed to provide lots of movement and disturbance on the surface. Ingredients: Hook: Maruto Dry Fly Hook D31SSC in size 12 Thread: Hemingway’s 6/0 in Olive…

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Fly Tying with Corey: Soft Hackle

Here, we bring you the next in Corey’s QEE fly tying tutorial series: his Soft Hackle fly pattern using Hemingway’s Synthetic Peacock Quill. A simple, quick-to-tie version of this fly. Try it out with these, or experiment with different colors of materials. Ingredients: Hook: Hemingway’s Dry Fly H118 hooks in size 6 Thread: 6/0 (try…

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