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Schroeder’s Parachute Hopper

Schroeder’s Parachute Hopper

Schroeder’s Parachute Hopper Fly Tying Video Instructions The Schroeder’s Parachute Hopper is one of my favorite hopper patterns.  The Schroeder’s Parachute Hopper is not a new fly by any means.  In fact, many anglers consider it a classic!  The Schroeder’s Parachute Hopper is a highly visible and deadly hopper pattern.  The Schroeder’s Parachute Hopper works… Continue Reading

Foam Extended Body Drake

Foam Extended Body Drake

BDE Extended Body Drake Fly Tying Video Instructions The Foam Extended Body Drake is a durable, high floating and life like Drake Pattern (Developed by Ben Furimsky).  The Foam Drake can be tied in a variety of colors.  The color tied in this video is the general color, but the Foam is also very effective in… Continue Reading

Lawson’s No Hackle

Lawson’s No Hackle

Lawson’s No Hackle PMD Dry Fly Tying Video Instructions The Lawson’s No Hackle is one of the most effective dry flies ever invented and one of my favorites!  The Lawson’s No Hackle rides flush on the water and has large pronounced wings, just as the natural mayfly does.  The No Hackle can be tied in… Continue Reading

Yellow Sally Dry

Yellow Sally Dry

Yellow Sally Dry Fly Tying Video Instructions The Yellow Sally is a small, summer time stonefly.  The Yellow Sally typically hatches in the mid and late months of summer.  The Yellow Sally is a loved meal by all western trout, but a Sally hatch can be a frustrating hatch to fish.  Many anglers mistake the… Continue Reading

Trude

Trude

Lime Trude Fly Tying Video Instructions The Trude is a classic attractor dry fly and continues to be a favorite among many fly fishers.   The Trude is generally tied in two main colors: Lime (Chartreuse) and Royal (Red), but it can be tied in any color you like.  Some fly tiers get real crazy and… Continue Reading