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Prairie Doggin’ Pupa

Prairie Doggin’ Pupa

The Prairie Doggin’ Pupa is a modern twist on Gary LaFontaine’s Caddis Pupa.  The Prairie Doggin’ Pupa is a little different though, in that the body is actually extended past the end of the hook and more compact as well (making it much more true to form).  You can also achieve more reliable and more consistent body… Continue Reading

Red Headed Step Child

Red Headed Step Child

Hogan’s Red Headed Step Child Fly Tying Video Instructions The Red Headed Step Child is a great small mayfly nymph or general attractor nymph developed by fly tying guru Hogan Brown.  The Red Headed Step Child has a similar look and profile as a pheasant tail, with just a few tweaks.  The red wire, legs and bead almost… Continue Reading

Military Mayfly

Military Mayfly

Military Mayfly Fly Tying Video Instructions The Military Mayfly is a small mayfly nymph developed by fly tying mastermind Hogan Brown.  The Military Mayfly is most commonly tied in the BWO (Olive) and PMD (Brown) variations, but can be tied in many other color combinations.  The Military Mayfly is a little workhorse and gets the job done… Continue Reading

Hogan’s S&M Nymph

Hogan’s S&M Nymph

Hogan’s S&M Nymph Fly Tying Video Instructions The Hogan’s S&M Nymph is a small mayfly nymph developed by Hogan Brown.  The S&M Nymph is a thin and sparse mayfly pattern, with a little flash added to the legs.  The S&M Nymph works great on western tailwaters, but also works very well on freestone rivers as well.  The S&M… Continue Reading

Tung Runt Stone

Tung Runt Stone

Tungsten Runt Stone Fly Tying Video Instructions The Tung Runt Stone is a Tungsten Version of the original Runt Stone.  The Runt Stone is a micro sized Rubberlegs, developed by James Spicer.  This is one of those flies where you say, “why did I not think of that?”  The Rubberlegs is a great pattern and still… Continue Reading