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20 Incher

20 Incher

20 Incher Fly Tying Instructions The 20 Incher Stonefly Pattern is a great pattern.  The 20 Incher is a great prospecting nymph and stonefly imitation.  It is one of the best “buggy” patterns out there.  The 20 Incher Stone can be tied large or small and with or without a bead.  I prefer no bead… Continue Reading

WD-40

WD-40

WD-40 Fly Tying Instructions The WD-40 Fly Pattern is a great small mayfly nymph.  Most people think that WD-40 stands for the lubricate and anti rust spray, the “WD” actually stands for wood duck.  Wood duck is used for the tail and the casing on the WD-40.  The WD-40 is made to imitate a small… Continue Reading

Prince Nymph

Prince Nymph

Prince Nymph Fly Tying Video Instructions The Prince Nymph is one of those flies that just works!  Some say it is a stonefly nymph, others say it is an attractor.  I think that it is both.  The dark body looks a lot like a stonefly and it also works very well on freestone rivers, where… Continue Reading

Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail

Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail

Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail Fly Tying Instructions The Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail is my favorite fly!  It can be fished on tailwater and freestone rivers.  The Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail imitates a variety of insects.  Most people would say that it is a Mayfly Nymph, but it also imitates a small stonefly or caddis as… Continue Reading

Sparkle Wing RS2

Sparkle Wing RS2

Sparkle Wing RS2 Fly Tying Instructions The Sparkle Winged RS2 is a slight variation of the original RS2.  Instead of microfibets for the tail and CDC for the wing, you substitute Fluorofiber for the tails and sparkle braid for the wing case.  A great fly on any technical tailwater.  Best when tied in sizes #16-22.… Continue Reading