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Super Hair Clouser

Super Hair Clouser

Super Hair Clouser Minnow Fly Tying Video Instructions The Super Hair Clouser is a very durable and semi translucent version of the traditional Clouser Minnow Pattern.  The Super Hair Clouser Minnow can be tied in many colors and sizes, which will imitate a wide variety of baitfish and shrimp.  The Chartreuse/White still remains the favorite… Continue Reading

Schminnow

Schminnow

Schminnow Snook Fly Tying Instructions The Schminnow is super snook fly.  The Schminnow was developed by Norm Zeigler and was designed to catch snook on Florida’s Gulf Coast.  The Schminnow was designed to be a small baitfish or minnow, but some would argue that is makes a great shrimp pattern as well! Schminnow Snook Fly… Continue Reading

DNA Deceiver

DNA Deceiver

DNA Deceiver Fly Tying Video Instructions The DNA Deceiver is a more lifelike and completely synthetic version of the classic saltwater Deceiver.  100 Percent synthetic materials means that the DNA Deceiver is more durable, realistic and has no water retention when casting.  The DNA Deceiver can be tied in all the classic colors, plus many… Continue Reading

Flashtail Whistler

Flashtail Whistler

Flashtail Whistler Fly Tying Video Instructions The Flashtail Whistler is a great fly for Pike, Peacock Bass and Largemouth Bass.  The Flashtail Whistler is a large profiled baitfish pattern that “whistles” when casted (due to the large bead chain eyes).  The Flashtail Whistler can also be used in saltwater applications for offshore species and jacks. … Continue Reading

Lefty’s Deceiver

Lefty’s Deceiver

Lefty’s Deceiver Fly Tying Instructions The Lefty’s Deceiver was invented by Lefty Kreh and continues to be the standard in large saltwater baitfish patterns.  There are now many variations of the fly and all have one common theme: a big, chunky and large profiled streamer.  The Lefty’s Deceiver works on everything that preys on baitfish,… Continue Reading