Fly Tying

Video – How To Tie A Crayfish Pattern Fly

This video shows me tying a crayfish pattern that has been very successful the past few weeks. I am fishing it with floating line and simply jigging and bouncing the fly along the bottom through deeper holes. If you can follow and watch the fly you can even sight fish for big smallies by allowing […]

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Fly Tying Video – How To Tie A Bitch Creek Nymph

This video is of me tying a bitch creek nymph…if I had to choose one fly it would be a tie between this and a wooly bugger. The fly is very easy to tie…if you haven’t worked with rubber legs it will take a little getting used to…but then all else is easy. I fish […]

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Video – How To Tie A Hoosier Streamer

This video shows me while I tie a fly I call the Hoosier Streamer…because it is mostly red/white and I am a Hoosier. This fly has been extremely good for me this spring and I have had success fishing it with floating line. The weighted eyes (1/40th ounce) in red give the fly the weight […]

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Video – How To Tie A Rubber Legged Spider

This video shows how to tie a Rubber Legged Spider. It is a simple pattern that is fantastic on bluegills, red ear, trout, bass and even crappie. Even though the pattern is simple it has lots of color and movement. I think you will do well fishing this fly in and under over hanging tree […]

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Video – How To Tie A Wooly Bugger

Every fly fisherman has a wooly bugger pattern and this is the one that I tie and have had much success on. As you will notice in the video, I tie in a long tail and do so because you can always trim the tail while on the water. This pattern is a trout killer […]

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Video – Spring’s Hottest Fly – Civil War Streamer

For you fly tiers I have a pattern for you to try…I have been out 3 times with this fly thus far and have had remarkable early success; the best part, it is an easy fly to tie. What You Need To Tie The Civil War Streamer: ·    Size #4 4xl streamer hook ·    Marabou […]

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