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Tak’s Baetis Emerger

Tak’s Baetis Emerger

Tak’s Baetis Emerger Fly Tying Video Instructions The Tak’s Baetis Emerger is a great Mayfly and Blue Winged Olive Emerger Pattern.  The Tak’s Baetis Emerger uses CDC and a White Loop Wing to trap air bubbles as the fly swings through the current.  This gives the Tak’s Baetis Emerger the look of a insect emerging… Continue Reading

Poxyback Callibaetis

Poxyback Callibaetis

Poxyback Callibaetis Fly Tying Video Directions The Poxyback Callibaetis is one of the best Western Stillwater Trout Flies.  The Poxyback Callibaetis imitates the free swimming Callibaetis Nymph.  The Poxyback Callibaetis is one of my personal favorite stillwater flies here in Colorado, especially for Spinney Reservoir!  Fish the Poxyback Callibaetis on a clear intermediate sinking line. … Continue Reading

Mercer’s Tungsten Pheasant Tail Prince

Mercer’s Tungsten Pheasant Tail Prince

Mercer’s Tungsten Pheasant Tail Prince Fly Tying Video Instructions The Mercer’s Tungsten Pheasant Tail Prince is a blend of two flies, the Pheasant Tail and the Prince Nymph.  The Mercer’s Tungsten Pheasant Tail Prince is a great pattern, combining the best traits of two flies, into one!  The Mercer’s Tungsten Pheasant Tail Prince was designed… Continue Reading

Quasimodo Pheasant Tail

Quasimodo Pheasant Tail

Quasimodo Pheasant Tail Fly Tying Video Instructions The Quasimodo Pheasant Tail is a short and stubby version of the classic Pheasant Tail Nymph.  The Quasimodo Pheasant Tail is tied on a curved and short shank hook, with a over sized brass bead.  The Quasimodo Pheasant Tail imitates the shorter of the mayfly species, such as… Continue Reading

Barr’s Micro Emerger

Barr’s Micro Emerger

Barr’s Micro Emerger Fly Tying Video Instructions The Barr’s Micro Emerger is a simple and sparsely tied nymph, designed for picky trout in western tailwaters.  The Barr’s Micro Emerger can be tied in Black or the Red variation.  The Barr’s Micro Emerger is made to imitate the many small insects in high altitude tailwaters including:… Continue Reading