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WD-40

WD-40

WD-40 Fly Tying Instructions The WD-40 Fly Pattern is a great small mayfly nymph.  Most people think that WD-40 stands for the lubricate and anti rust spray, the “WD” actually stands for wood duck.  Wood duck is used for the tail and the casing on the WD-40.  The WD-40 is made to imitate a small… Continue Reading

Rainbow Warrior

Rainbow Warrior

Rainbow Warrior Fly Tying Video Instructions The Rainbow Warrior is an excellent micro attractor pattern.  It can be tied in pearl, red or black.  This little fly really grabs trout’s attention.  The Rainbow Warrior imitates a midge or small mayfly and is meant to be a searching fly of sort, since it does not really… Continue Reading

Disco Midge

Disco Midge

Disco Midge Fly Tying Instructions How To Tie the Disco Midge.  The Disco Midge is a great midge attractor fly.  The bright body brings fish in and grabs their attention.  Most commonly tied in red and pearl.  Very simple and easy to tie, the disco midge is a must have in any fly box.  The… Continue Reading

Johnny Flash

Johnny Flash

Johnny Flash Fly Tying Instructions How To Tie a Johnny Flash Midge.  The Johnny Flash is a simple and fun fly to tie.  The Johnny Flash is most often tied in brown, olive, tan and grey.  The Johnny Flash makes a great midge emerger and is most used in sizes #18-24. Johnny Flash Midge Fly… Continue Reading

Miracle Nymph

Miracle Nymph

Miracle Nymph Fly Tying Instructions How to tie a Miracle Nymph Midge.  The Miracle Nymph is a simple and effective midge.  Used in many tailwaters to imitate the translucent midges in the rocks.  Best in sizes #18-24. Miracle Nymph Fly Tying Recipe: Hook: #18-24 Tiemco 2487>> Thread: Black UTC 70>> Body: White Thread>> Rib: Small… Continue Reading