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Pueblo Emerger

Pueblo Emerger

Pueblo Emerger Fly Tying Instructions The Pueblo Emerger is a Blue Winged Olive Mayfly Emerger pattern developed for the Arkansas River Tailwater in Pueblo, Colorado.  The Pueblo Emerger is a basic and life like Blue Winged Olive imitation.  The Pueblo Emerger has no flash or bead.  This was done on purpose.  The Pueblo Emerger is… Continue Reading

Possie Bugger

Possie Bugger

Possie Bugger Fly Tying Instructions The Possie Bugger is a great caddis and attractor nymph.  The Possie Bugger is one of those “buggy” nymphs that just works and looks like food to hungry fish.  The Possie Bugger can be used on a variety of species of fish, not just trout.  The Possie Bugger has become… Continue Reading

Psycho Prince Nymph

Psycho Prince Nymph

Psycho Prince Nymph Fly Tying Instructions The Psycho Prince Nymph is a great trout and steelhead fly pattern.  The Psycho Prince was invented by the fly tying mastermind Mike Mercer and continues to push the envelope for innovative Prince Nymph variations.  The Psycho Prince can be tied in several colors, with the most popular being… Continue Reading

Partridge and Orange

Partridge and Orange

Partridge and Orange Soft Hackle Fly Tying Instructions The Partridge and Orange Soft Hackle is a great classic soft hackle fly.  The Partridge and Orange can be traditionally swung in the current like many soft hackle flies or nymphed on a nymph rig as an emerging insect.  The Partridge and Orange is one of those… Continue Reading

Red Ass Soft Hackle

Red Ass Soft Hackle

Red Ass Soft Hackle Fly Tying Video Instructions The Red Ass Soft Hackle is an old school pattern that still catches fish!  The Red Ass can be tied with or with out a bead and can be nymphed or traditionally swung in the current.  The Red Ass is a very effective trout and steelhead pattern… Continue Reading