How to tie the Seaducer Fly Pattern Step-by-Step: Detailed tying instructions for the classic streamer popularized by Homer Rhode in the ’40s
How to Tie a Beetle Fly Step-by-Step: Recipe and tying instructions for tying for a terrestrial fly pattern sure to entice hungry trout.
How to tie an extended body Damselfly Nymph Step-by-Step: an effective Odonata nymph mimic that excels in all stillwater situations.
How to tie the Pheasant Tail Nymph Step-by-Step: Detailed instructions on how to tie one of the most popular nymphs in history.
How to tie the EP Shrimp Fly Step-by-Step: A simple shallow water shrimp pattern that’s great for redfish & speckled trout.
Slump Buster Fly (Step-by-Step): Simply, yet effective. Utilizing only a few materials, Barr’s Slump Buster just catches fish.
Redfish Rattle Fly (Step-by-Step): Tying instructions for a light weight, large profiled streamer suited for fresh and saltwater species.
A four-step pattern that belongs in your panfish box.
A low key terrestrial mimic that has fooled everything from 2″ shiners to 18″ bass.
Looking for something else? Try one of these! CDC Mayfly Step-by-Step: When it comes to fly fishing, less is more. Be it a sparser pattern, smaller hook or a simpler pattern. This CDC Mayfly Step-by-Step tutorial is a prime example. While possibly frowned upon by purists who believe a Catskill style dry is the onlyContinue reading “CDC Mayfly Step-by-Step”