Hemingway's Caddis tied by Jim Misiura

In this video tutorial, Jim shares his Hemingway’s Caddis dry fly recipe using Heminway’s Realistic Caddis Wings. The recipe is easy to follow and the resulting fly looks authentic and is super-effective. Tie some today! Ingredients: Hook: Short shank / Std Dry #10 – #16, try Maruto d04 dry fly hooks Thread: Hemingway’s 8/0 Thread…

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Quill Sulphur Parachute tied by Jim Misiura

Check out Jim’s next fly tying tutorial – a Hemingway’s Quill Sulphur Parachute mayfly pattern. An awesome pattern, easy to follow steps and the result – a great looking and super-effective fly. Give it a try! Ingredients: Hook: Maruto D31SSC Std Dry #12 – #20 (Jim used #14) Thread: Veevus 8/0 Thread in Orange Wing:…

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Semi Realistic Sulphur tied by Jim Misiura

Jim Misiura brings us another great mayfly dry recipe – a Semi Realistic Sulphur pattern. Great fly pattern, easy to follow instructions. Give it a try today! Ingredients: Hook: Maruto D31SSC Std Dry #12 – #18 (Jim used #12) Thread: Veevus 8/0 Thread in Light Cahill Tail: Micro Fibets or try our Coq de Leon…

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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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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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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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Hemingway's BWO Dry Fly

Another one in a series of dry fly Epic Outdoor Adventures videos – a recipe for Hemingway’s BWO Dry Fly. This Blue Wing Olive pattern features the Hemingway’s Mayfly Wings which give this fly a super-realistic look. Great pattern, steps are easy to follow – give it a try! Ingredients To tie Hemingway’s BWO Dry…

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