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Tellico Nymph

Tellico Nymph

Tellico Nymph Fly Tying Video Instructions The Tellico Nymph is a classic nymph pattern developed in Eastern Tennessee. The Tellico Nymph has remained popular in the East, but also makes a great attractor pattern here in the West for trout. Many anglers have adopted the Tellico as their “go to” Bluegill pattern. Slowly stripped and… Continue Reading

Barr’s Hare Copper

Barr’s Hare Copper

Barr’s Hare Copper Fly Tying Video Instructions The Barr’s Hare Copper is a great blend of two flies called the Copper John and Hare’s Ear.  The Barr’s Hare Copper was developed by innovative fly tier John Barr and is a great heavy attractor/searching pattern.  The Barr’s Hare Copper does a great job imitating a large mayfly nymph or a… Continue Reading

Three Dollar Dip

Three Dollar Dip

Three Dollar Dip Fly Tying Video Instructions The Three Dollar Dip is a variation of the serendipity fly.  The Three Dollar Dip is heavily used on the Upper Madison River near Slide Inn, Reynolds and Three Dollar Bridge.  The Three Dollar Dip is traditionally tied in the red variations (and that is widely accepted as the most effective… Continue Reading

Stalcup’s Emergent Cripple

Stalcup’s Emergent Cripple

Stalcup’s Emergent Cripple Fly Tying Video Instructions The Stalcup’s Emergent Cripple is a great cripple pattern.  The cripple stage of a mayfly is the most venerable stage in a mayflies life cycle.  The cripple stage is the point when the mayfly has transformed into a dry fly, but is not fully developed yet.  The wings… Continue Reading

Stalcup’s Emerging Dun

Stalcup’s Emerging Dun

Stalcup’s Emerging Dun Fly Tying Video Instructions The Stalcup’s Emerging Dun is a great dry fly emerger pattern.  Shane Stalcup’s flies combine natural materials and life like profile, making them very “buggy” patterns for large wary trout.  Shane’s flies are designed to be tied in a variety of colors and sizes.  This variation of colors… Continue Reading