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Biot Midge

Biot Midge

Biot Midge Fly Tying Video Instructions The Biot Midge is a simple and effective Midge Emerger fly pattern.  The Biot Emerger is made to imitate a midge larva morphing into a midge pupa.  The hen hackle imitates the midge breaking free of the larva casing.  The Biot Midge can be tied in many different colors… Continue Reading

Deep Blue Poison Tung

Deep Blue Poison Tung

Deep Blue Poison Tung Fly Tying Instructions The Deep Blue Poison Tung is a great small attractor fly.  The key to this fly is it’s small size and eye catching color.  The Ice Dub on the collar of the fly can be seen in clear and dingy water.  The blue wire is visible to the… Continue Reading

Mercury Black Beauty

Mercury Black Beauty

Mercury Black Beauty Fly Tying Instructions The Mercury Black Beauty is a simple variation of the standard Black Beauty.  The Mercury Black Beauty has a silver lined glass bead added.  Made to imitate a air bubble on the head of the midge.  The Mercury Black Beauty can be tied in size #16-24. Mercury Black Beauty… Continue Reading

Mercury Midge

Mercury Midge

Mercury Midge Fly Tying Instructions The Mercury Midge is a super simple and effective midge.  The Mercury Midge is a great fly for a novice and beginner to tackle.  The Mercury Midge can be tied in sizes #16-24 and fished under and indicator.  The Mercury Midge imitates the larva stage of the midge and is… Continue Reading

Serendipity

Serendipity

Serendipity Fly Tying Video Instructions The Serendipity Midge is a deadly simple midge pattern.  The Serendipity imitates and emerging midge, making it’s transformation from a pupa to an adult.  The Serendipity can be tied in many different colors.  Red, Olive, Green and Black are the most common and effective.  This pattern is tied “zebra style”. … Continue Reading