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Barr’s Tungstone

Barr’s Tungstone

Barr’s Tungstone Stonefly Fly Tying Video Instructions The Barr’s Tungstone is a super heavy and life like stonefly imitation.  Barr’s Tungstone is made to imitate the smaller stonefly nymphs, also known as micro stones.  These stoneflies are most often small golden stones and can range from sizes #10-18.  The Barr’s Tungstone can be tied with… Continue Reading

Mercer’s Tungsten Pheasant Tail Prince

Mercer’s Tungsten Pheasant Tail Prince

Mercer’s Tungsten Pheasant Tail Prince Fly Tying Video Instructions The Mercer’s Tungsten Pheasant Tail Prince is a blend of two flies, the Pheasant Tail and the Prince Nymph.  The Mercer’s Tungsten Pheasant Tail Prince is a great pattern, combining the best traits of two flies, into one!  The Mercer’s Tungsten Pheasant Tail Prince was designed… Continue Reading

Quasimodo Pheasant Tail

Quasimodo Pheasant Tail

Quasimodo Pheasant Tail Fly Tying Video Instructions The Quasimodo Pheasant Tail is a short and stubby version of the classic Pheasant Tail Nymph.  The Quasimodo Pheasant Tail is tied on a curved and short shank hook, with a over sized brass bead.  The Quasimodo Pheasant Tail imitates the shorter of the mayfly species, such as… Continue Reading

Medallion Midge

Medallion Midge

Medallion Midge Fly Tying Video Instructions The Medallion Midge is a great midge pupa imitation, designed and innovated by Pat Dorsey.  The Medallion Midge is made to specifically imitate the pupae stage of the midge larva.  The Medallion Midge can be fished on a traditional nymph rig, of fished on a greased leader just below… Continue Reading

Mercer’s Tungsten Swing Caddis

Mercer’s Tungsten Swing Caddis

Mercer’s Tungsten Swing Caddis Fly Tying Video Instructions The Mercer’s Tungsten Swing Caddis is both a great nymphing and swing caddis emerger pattern.  The Mercer’s Tungsten Swing Caddis has a Tungsten Bead integrated into the thorax.  This bead adds a lot of weight to the pattern, while still keeping the buggy profile.  The CDC in… Continue Reading