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Three Dollar Dip

Three Dollar Dip

Three Dollar Dip Fly Tying Video Instructions The Three Dollar Dip is a variation of the serendipity fly.  The Three Dollar Dip is heavily used on the Upper Madison River near Slide Inn, Reynolds and Three Dollar Bridge.  The Three Dollar Dip is traditionally tied in the red variations (and that is widely accepted as the most effective… Continue Reading

Herman’s San Juan Midge

Herman’s San Juan Midge

Herman’s San Juan Midge Fly Tying Video Instructions The Herman’s San Juan Midge is a tiny little midge larva pattern.  The Herman’s San Juan Midge was developed for the San Juan River in New Mexico, which is notorious for the tiny flies fished there.  The Herman’s San Juan Midge also works great on all other… Continue Reading

Extended Body Adult Midge

Extended Body Adult Midge

Extended Body Adult Midge Dry – Fly Tying Video Instructions The Extended Body Adult Midge is a realistic midge dry fly.  Midges are extremely tiny, and tying realistic version of a midge can be very challenging.  Herman has a great little midge.  It is realistic and still simple to tie!  Midges are one of the… Continue Reading

Herman’s Midge Adult

Herman’s Midge Adult

Herman’s Midge Adult Fly Tying Video Instructions The Herman’s Midge Adult is a great midge dry fly.  The foam back really helps the small midge float and also retain a good profile on the surface of the water.  The natural peacock under body is one of the best materials for imitating a natural midge adult. … Continue Reading

deGala’s Red Midge

deGala’s Red Midge

deGala’s Red Midge Fly Tying Video Instructions The deGala’s Red Midge is a great stillwater midge (Chironomid) pattern.  This is a life like version of the deep water Chironomids found in most Western Reservoirs.  The deGala’s Red Midge is best fished under an indicator, near the bottom.  Prolific Chironomid hatches often blanket Western stillwaters in… Continue Reading