How to tie a Sunken Ant Fly Step-by-Step: a quick and easy drowned ant pattern that belongs in every trout anglers terrestrial box.
How to tie a Parachute Adams Fly Step-by-Step: a quick and easy variation of the classic pattern popular with anglers & trout everywhere.
How to tie the Griffith’s Gnat Fly Step-by-Step: Detailed tying for a classic dry fly pattern created by TU Co-Founder George Griffith.
How to tie the Charlie Boy Hopper Step-by-Step: Detailed tying instructions for this easy to tie, highly buoyant foam hopper.
How to tie the Green Weenie Fly Step-by-Step: Detailed tying instructions for a easy to tie Smoky Mountains favorite. Inchworm; Caddis
How to Tying the Fat Albert Fly Step-by-Step: Detailed tying instructions for a highly buoyant foam attractor pattern. Fly Tying; Fly Fishing
How to tie the Cap Spider Fly Step-by-Step: detailed tying instructions for this effective, easy to tie panfish pattern.
While there will certainly be more detailed posts to come, I wanted to take a moment this morning to compile a gallery of photos from this past week’s adventures in upstate New York and Rhode Island. In all, we covered 600+ miles, fished at least a dozen bodies of water and spent in excess ofContinue reading “The Mayfly Project’s 25 on the Fly: Photo Gallery”
How to tie a Parachute Ant Fly Step-by-Step: Detailed tying instructions for a simple ant mimic that is productive in both cold & warmwater.
A four-step pattern that belongs in your panfish box.