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Mercury Blood Midge

Mercury Blood Midge

Mercury Blood Midge Fly Tying Instructions The Mercury Blood Midge is an incredibly effective midge. Used primarily in technical tailwaters in the west. The Mercury Blood Midge is best tied slim and sparse. It can also be tied with out the bead. Best fished under and indicator and nymphed though deep runs. The Blood Midge… Continue Reading

San Juan Worm

San Juan Worm

San Juan Worm Fly Tying Instructions The San Juan Worm has been around for decades.  Originally developed down on the San Juan River in New Mexico, the fly has spread to almost every corner of modern fly fishing.  Biologists have learned that almost every body of water harbors some population of aquatic worm.  These worms… Continue Reading

Jujubee Midge

Jujubee Midge

Jujubee Midge Fly Tying Instructions The Jujubee Midge is one of the most lifelike midges you can tie. The segmented body sets it apart from all other midges. The Jujubee is most commonly tied from sizes #18-22. The colors can be varied from red, olive, chartreuse, brown and black. The Jujubee Midge can be fished… Continue Reading

Rojo Midge

Rojo Midge

Rojo Midge Fly Tying Video Instructions The Rojo Midge is often thought of as a river midge, but it makes a great stillwater midge as well. The Rojo Midge is a simple and very effective blood midge. But Rojo Midges are not always red. It can be tied in olive, purple, chartreuse and, of course,… Continue Reading

Pigsticker

Pigsticker

Pigsticker Fly Tying Video Instructions The Pigsticker is quite possibly the easiest worm to tie. The ability to vary the size and color easily, make it a favorite among high water fisherman. Most often tied from size #08-14 and tied in many different colors. The Pigsticker the perfect fly for any off color or high… Continue Reading