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H&L Variant

H&L Variant

H&L Variant Fly Tying Video Instructions The H&L Variant is a classic and iconic dry fly.  Easy to see and extra buoyant, the H&L Variant has survived through the ages.  Used for book trout and brown trout in high mountain streams and rivers.  The H&L Variant is a great fly for pocket water and heavy… Continue Reading

Royal Wulff

Royal Wulff

Royal Wulff Fly Tying Instructions The Royal Wulff is THE classic dry fly.  Even a non fly fisherman can recognize this iconic pattern.  The Royal Wulff does not imitate a specific insect.  It is actually classified as an attractor pattern. Meaning that the fish are simply eat it out of reaction or attraction.  The Royal Wulff is no easy… Continue Reading

Parachute Adams

Parachute Adams

Parachute Adams Fly Tying Video Instructions The Parachute Adams is arguably the most effective dry fly ever invented.  The Parachute Adams imitates a mayfly adult or cripple mayfly.  The reason a Parachute Adams works so well is because the parachute hackle allows for the fly to sit flush to the water, making the fly look… Continue Reading

Elk Hair Caddis

Elk Hair Caddis

Elk Hair Caddis Fly Tying Video Instructions The Elk Hair Caddis is a versatile and effective Caddis pattern.  The Elk Hair Caddis is a great fly for pocket water or fast moving water.  The elk hair and hackle on the body make the Elk Hair Caddis a high floating and buoyant fly.  The Elk Hair… Continue Reading