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Crystal Tron Emerger

Crystal Tron Emerger

Tungsten Crystal Tron Emerger Fly Tying Video Instructions The Tungsten Crystal Tron Emerger is a variation of my original Tron Emerger. This version has Pearlescent Tinsel twisted and woven into the body. A tungsten bead and Pearlescent Flashback has also been added. This makes the fly great in off color and heavy water! The Tron Emerger… Continue Reading

Iris Caddis

Iris Caddis

Iris Caddis Fly Tying Video Instructions The Iris Caddis is a caddis emerger pattern developed by Craig Mathews of Blue Ribbon Flies.  The Iris Caddis is best fished as the caddis pupa are emerging.  Usually in early morning or late evening.  I have had great success on the Madison River just before sunset with this pattern.  Especially on… Continue Reading

Stalcup’s Baetis

Stalcup’s Baetis

Stalcup’s Baetis Fly Tying Video Instructions The Stalcup’s Baetis is a great small mayfly nymph developed by Shane Stalcup.  The Stalcup’s Baetis combines lifelike profile and perfect buggy colors to make up one amazing fly.  The Stalcup’s Baetis is not too hard to tie.  A intermediate tier can tackle this pattern and master it with relative ease.  Keep this fly… Continue Reading

Mega Prince

Mega Prince

Mega Prince Fly Tying Video Instructions The Mega Prince is a great fly developed by Dan Delekta.  The Mega Prince is the perfect high water fly and imitates a buggy stonefly nymph.  The Mega Prince is best fished as the lead fly on a nymph rig.  This fly has a lot of movement to it.  The rubber legs… Continue Reading

Morris Boatman

Morris Boatman

Morris Boatman Fly Tying Video Instructions The Morris Boatman is a little known late season stillwater pattern developed by fly tier Skip Morris.  The Morris Boatman imitates a small water boatman and these little bugs get very active late in the season.  Huge trout will chase these little bugs down like missiles.  There is nothing like a water… Continue Reading