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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

CDC Emerging Dun

CDC Emerging Dun

CDC Emerging Dun Fly Tying Video Instructions Developed by Shane Stalcup, the CDC Emerging Dun is a great dry fly emerger.  The CDC Emerging Dun imitates a dun mayfly in the dry fly stage, but still struggling to get off the surface of the water.  The CDC Emerging Dun can be tied in many colors… Continue Reading

CDC Captive Dun

CDC Captive Dun

CDC Captive Dun Fly Tying Video Instructions Developed by Rene Harrop, the CDC Captive Dun is a great emerger style pattern for picky fish. The CDC Captive Dun is designed to sit in the surface film and imitate a stuck or emergering mayfly dun.  The trailing shuck sits just below the surface of the water,… Continue Reading

Royal Coachman Wet

Royal Coachman Wet

Royal Coachman Wet Fly Tying Video Instructions The Royal Coachman Wet is a classic and traditional wet fly pattern.  The Royal Coachman Wet is an attractor pattern, meaning that is does not imitate any specific insect or prey.  The Royal Coachman Wet has been around almost as long as fly fishing itself.  Making it one… Continue Reading

Stalcup’s Emergent Cripple Dun

Stalcup’s Emergent Cripple Dun

Stalcup’s Emergent Cripple Dun Fly Tying Video Instructions The Stalcup’s Emergent Cripple Dun is a great cripple pattern.  The Emergent Cripple Dun imitates a crippled mayfly as it is emerging and morphing into a dry fly.  Stalcup has a entire line of flies, and they imitate every stage of a mayfly.  And the Emergent Cripple… Continue Reading