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Spotlight Caddis

Spotlight Caddis

Spotlight Caddis Emerger Fly Tying Video Instructions The Spotlight Caddis Emerger is one of my all time favorite caddis patterns.  This pattern is barely used or known about by many anglers, but I assure you it is DEADLY!   The Spotlight Caddis is a dry emerger, which means it sits on top of the surface film,… Continue Reading

Hornberg

Hornberg

Hornberg Fly Tying Video Instructions The Hornberg is classic trout fly pattern that can be used either as a dry fly or as a streamer.  The Hornberg is often dead drifted with the current, then let “swing” at the end of the drift and stripped back.  Now a-days the Hornberg is favorite fly among fisherman… Continue Reading

Adams Irresistible

Adams Irresistible

Adams Irresistible Fly Tying Video Instructions The Adams Irresistible is a great all purpose dry fly. The deer hair body on the Adams Irresistible allows the fly to float high and stay visible in pocket water. The Adams Irresistible is thought to be a mayfly imitation, but is also a great attractor pattern. Practice up… Continue Reading

Fat Albert

Fat Albert

Fat Albert – Hopper Fly Tying Video Instructions  The Fat Albert is a high floating and life-like hopper pattern. Made with 3 layers of foam, the Fat Albert floats in fast runs and pocket water. The Fat Albert can be tied in may different colors, such as black, tan/brown, tan/pink, tan/yellow and just about any… Continue Reading

Quill Body CDC Mayfly Emerger

Quill Body CDC Mayfly Emerger

Quill Body CDC Mayfly Emerger Fly Tying Video The Quill Body CDC Mayfly Emerger is a great surface film mayfly emerger pattern. The Quill Body CDC Mayfly Emerger imitates a mayfly emerger/nymph stuck in the film, while mostly still in it’s nymph state. The Quill Body CDC Mayfly Emerger can be tied in many colors.… Continue Reading