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Articulated Hare’s Ear

Articulated Hare’s Ear

Articulated Hare’s Ear Fly Tying Video Instructions The Articulated Hare’s Ear is a hinged (also known as articulated) version of the classic Hare’s Ear.  The Articulated Hare’s Ear wiggles and moves in the water, which makes it a great fly for stillwater.  The Hare’s Ear imitates a variety of insects.  In stillwater, it more specifically… 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

deGala’s Gilled Nymph

deGala’s Gilled Nymph

deGala’s Gilled Nymph Fly Tying Video Instructions In this video, Herman deGala demonstrates how to tie his version of Stalcup’s Gilled Nymph.  The deGala Gilled Nymph is a great Callibaetis imitation for Western Stillwaters and Lakes.  The most popular colors for the Gilled Nymph are Tan and Olive, but the Gilled Nymph can be tied… Continue Reading

Rickard’s Callibaetis

Rickard’s Callibaetis

Rickard’s Callibaetis Nymph Fly Tying Video Instructions The Rickard’s Callibaetis Nymph is a killer Lake and Stillwater Pattern.  The Rickard’s Callibaetis is best fished on a slow sinking intermediate fly line, with a slow retrieve.  The Rickard’s Callibaetis can be tied in many color variations depending on the color of the Callibaetis Nymphs found in… Continue Reading

Kaufmann Stone

Kaufmann Stone

Kaufmann Stone Stonefly Nymph Fly Tying Video Instructions The Kaufmann Stone is a lifelike and super heavy Stonefly Nymph Pattern.  The Kaufmann Stone was developed by Randall Kaufmann and continues to be a standard in Stonefly Nymph Patterns.  The Kaufmann Stone can be tied in many colors.  The Golden (seen in this video), Black, Brown variations… Continue Reading