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Parachute Caddis

Parachute Caddis

Schroeder’s Parachute Caddis Fly Tying Video The Schroeder’s Parachute Caddis is a great classic caddis dry fly.  The Parachute Caddis is simple, but very effective.  The Parachute Caddis has a very buggy silhouette and does a great job imitating a small caddis fly.  The Parachute Caddis is best tied in tan, but can be tied in Olive, Black,… Continue Reading

Fatal Attractor

Fatal Attractor

Fatal Attractor Fly Tying Video Instructions The Fatal Attractor is a great searching/attractor pattern.  The large profile makes the Fatal Attractor very visible in heavy current or when a dropper is hung below it.  The Fatal Attractor is best tied in the larger sizes (#08-14) and works great during the heat of the summer.  The Fatal Attractor was originally… Continue Reading

Bloom Caddis

Bloom Caddis

Bloom Caddis Fly Tying Video Instructions The Bloom Caddis is a very deadly caddis pattern developed by Dave Bloom on the Missouri River.  The Bloom Caddis is one of those patterns often overlooked by most people.  While everyone else is using Elk Hair Caddis and Stimulators, the Bloom Caddis will often catch fish when others… Continue Reading

BDE

BDE

BDE Mayfly Fly Tying Video Instructions The BDE is a great mayfly dry fly pattern developed by Ben Furimsky.  The BDE can be tied in several color variations to imitate specific mayfly species.  The BDE is a EASY extended body mayfly pattern.  Many extended body patterns are frustrating and difficult to tie…but this one is not!!  The… Continue Reading

Jassid

Jassid

The “Jassid” Fly Tying Video Instructions The “Jassid” is a great tiny dry fly for technical waters.  The Jassid was originally developed by Vince Marinaro and made to imitate a small leaf hopper.  I believe the Jassid imitates all kinds of tiny little bugs found throughout late summer, such as beetles, large ants, spiders and even micro caddis.… Continue Reading