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McTage’s Trouser Worm

McTage’s Trouser Worm

McTage’s Trouser Worm Fly Tying Instructions The McTage’s Trouser Worm is a killer Carp Fly on Denver’s South Platte River.  The McTage’s Trouser Worm is the invention of FlyCarpin and Trevor Tanner and developed on the South Platte.  The Trouser Worm is designed to fall and land hook up and tantalize the carp into eating. … Continue Reading

Headstand Carp Fly

Headstand Carp Fly

Headstand Carp Fly Tying Instructions The Egan’s Headstand was invented by Lance Egan and continues to be a stable carp fly through the country.  The Headstand Carp Fly was designed to ride hook up, making for better hook sets and more life like appeal.  The Headstand can be tied in many different colors, but the… Continue Reading

Carp Soft Hackle

Carp Soft Hackle

Carp Soft Hackle Fly Tying Instructions Soft Hackle Flies for carp are a well kept secret.  Not many anglers think of using soft hackle nymphs and emergers for carp.  The Soft Hackle Carp Fly is an incredibly effective carp pattern.  Especially during the early spring and fall months.  The normal forage of crayfish become dormant… Continue Reading

Common Craw

Common Craw

Common Craw Carp Fly Tying Instructions The Common Craw is one buggy little Carp Fly developed by James Spicer.  The Common Craw was designed for picky carp on the South Platte River in Denver.  The Common Craw is a fairly heavy fly, this is why it works so well in the river.  The Common Craw sinks… Continue Reading

Moss Fly

Moss Fly

Grass Carp Moss Fly Tying Instructions The Moss Fly is the fly for Grass Carp.  Grass Carp feed on vegetation and insects.  The Moss Fly perfectly imitates the grass, moss and weeds that Grass Carp feed on.  The Moss Fly is best fished super slow.  A slight twitch is all you need to get the… Continue Reading