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Little Yellow Sloan

Little Yellow Sloan

Little Yellow Sloan Fly Tying Video Instructions The Little Yellow Sloan is a great small stonefly nymph imitation.  The Little Yellow Sloan is sparsely tied (compared to most stonefly nymphs) and really works great on picky trout.  The Little Yellow Sloan can be tied in the lighter, yellow color or in the darker black color. … Continue Reading

No Name Damsel

No Name Damsel

No Name Damsel Nymph Fly Tying Video Instructions The No Name Damsel Nymph is a great lake and stillwater fly pattern.  The No Name Damsel is perfect for trout, bass and carp.  The No Name Damsel is meant to be fished on the move.  The No Name Damsel can be fished, shallow or deep and… Continue Reading

Hula Damsel

Hula Damsel

Hula Damsel Fly Tying Video Instructions and Directions The Hula Damsel is a great articulated damsel pattern developed by realistic fly tier, Herman DeGala of Fly Tying Clips.  The Hula Damsel has a “wiggle” tail that gives the fly realistic action and profile.  Everything about this fly is “buggy”.  The CDC pulses and breathes as… Continue Reading

Clown Egg

Clown Egg

Clown Egg Fly Tying Video Instructions The Clown Egg is a simple, multi colored and deadly egg pattern.  McFlyFoam is available in dozens of colors, and they can be mixed, matched and blended together to make Clown Eggs.  The Clown Egg, even simple in nature, is not so simple to tie.  There are a few tricks… Continue Reading

Nuclear “Nuke” Egg

Nuclear “Nuke” Egg

“Nuke” Nuclear Egg Fly Tying Video Instructions The “Nuke” Nuclear Egg is a deadly little egg pattern.  Very similar to a standard yarn egg pattern, the Nuke Egg has a milky veil around the front of the fly.  This imitates the “goo” of the eggs, as they stick together or become fertilized.  Nuclear Egg can… Continue Reading