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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

Woolly Bugger

Woolly Bugger

Woolly Bugger Fly Tying Instructions The Woolly Bugger is the most used and recognized streamer pattern.  The Woolly Bugger can catch anything from trout to bass and even bonefish!  The Woolly Bugger can be tied in any size and color.  That is what makes the Woolly Bugger such a great fly.  The Woolly Bugger imitates… Continue Reading

Clouser Swimming Nymph

Clouser Swimming Nymph

Clouser Swimming Nymph Fly Tying Instructions The Clouser Swimming Nymph is the perfect carp pattern.  The Clouser Swimming Nymph just has a certain “buggyness” to it that carp cannot resist.  The Swimming Nymph was designed to imitate a juvenile crayfish, which are easy prey for carp.  The Clouser Swimming Nymph was engineered around movement and weight. … Continue Reading

Backstabber

Backstabber

Backstabber Carp Fly Tying Video Instructions The Backstabber Carp Fly is quickly becoming the most popular commercially tied carp fly.  A creation of Jay Zimmerman, the Backstabber is a great stillwater carp fly.  The Backstabber can be tied in several different colors and sizes.  The most commonly used colors are brown, black, olive and wine. … Continue Reading