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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

Split Foam Back Emerger BWO

Split Foam Back Emerger BWO

Split Foam Back Emerger BWO Fly Tying Instructions The Split Foam Back Emerger is a great little mayfly and midge emerger.  The foam back allows for the fly to suspend in the current and the split casing imitates a emerging insect.  The Split Foam Back can be tied in olive, black, yellow and brown.  Along… Continue Reading

Pat’s Rubberlegs

Pat’s Rubberlegs

Pat’s Rubberlegs Fly Tying Video Instructions The Pat’s Rubberlegs is one of the best Stonefly Nymphs ever invented.  The Pat’s Rubberlegs is a near match to the profile and action of a real Stonefly Nymph.  The Pat’s Rubberlegs can be tied in sizes #04-12 and in many different colors.  The most common and widely used… Continue Reading

Big Bear Emerger

Big Bear Emerger

Big Bear Emerger Fly Tying Video Instructions The Big Bear Emerger is a wonderful little mayfly nymph.  The Big Bear Emerger is a slender and sparsely tied mayfly nymph.  The Big Bear is very effective in western tailwater fisheries and picky trout.  The Big Bear Emerger can be tied in sizes #16-22 and tied in… Continue Reading