The Three Piece Wiggly Worm Fly is an easy fly to tie and doesn’t take much time. If it is only a one-fish fly it isn’t such a big deal if a fish cuts any of the rubber with its teeth. Read More »
The Bead Head CDC PTN (proper full name Tungsten Bead Head CDC Flashback Pheasant Tail) was developed by Randall Kauffman. If tied with a tungsten bead, which is 2x heavier than lead, this fly can get down deep – and quickly at that! Read More »
Clark’s Lady Stone Variant is a fly can be used for any stonefly (e.g., Little Yellow Stone, Little Green Stone, Salmonfly). Coordinate the thread and body colour, changing the thread to match the underwing. Use Varigated Rust, Gold, Orange or Green underwings to match these flies. Read More »
The Bloody Mary came about as a way, after much trial, error and experimentation, of imitating the adult and larval stages of large stoneflies.
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“Every so often a real gem comes to light, a fly that either answers some long-standing need, or, by virtue of it’s success just as a nondescript, is a contribution of definite value to the sport…Without question the Bloody Mary is such a fly.”
The Micro Crayfish is is very versatile in the way you can fish it. It can be fished like a nymph, but also like a crayfish streamer as well. You could float it under an indicator, or put it on as the sole fly, and site cast to fish. Read More »
Designed by Skip Morris, the Morrisfoam Predator was orignally developed as a trout fly, however it is equally effective as a trout fly.
While it is an effecitve top-water bug, it best fished on on a sinking line – the line finds the bottom while the fly (on an active retrieve) hovers just above the lake bed. Read More »
- Silver bead and four turns of the lead free wire, should fit into the bead.
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Tie on bead chain eyes and run thread to bend of hook.
This pattern was originally tied to be suggestive as a Stillwater Caddis attractor. This version has a green rib used to suggest segmentation, and a Pheasant Tail Soft Hackle. The Peacock Herl thorax gives this fly some natural iridescent qualities and the UV lime green butt and rib give it a little extra flash. Read More »