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Category Archives: Saltwater Flies

Simram

Simram

Simram Fly Tying Video Instructions The Simram is a bonefish fly developed in the early 1990’s on Andros Island in the Bahamas.  The Simram is one of those “forgotten” bonefish patterns.  Many anglers have been quick to switch to the latest Rubberleg Gotcha and Scampi fly patterns.  The Simram is still a very deadly bonefish pattern… Continue Reading

Foxy Shrimp

Foxy Shrimp

Foxy Shrimp Fly Tying Video Instructions The shrimp is a staple in the diet of whatever you’re trying to catch on that fancy fly rod you’re going to throw this with. The Foxy Shrimp is a great non descriptive fly that imitates that mid day snack your target is looking for. No glitz or glamour, just a blob… Continue Reading

Legtastic Critter

Legtastic Critter

Legtastic Critter Fly Tying Video Instructions The Legtastic Critter may be the love child offspring of the infamous redfish toad, and a dry aged filet mignon. It’s shrimpy, its crabby, its beefy, its crittery, and according to redfish it’s delicious. An extremely viable go-to redfish fly that has also claimed the likes of snook, trout,… Continue Reading

Deer Hair Megalolipop

Deer Hair Megalolipop

Deer-Hair Megalolipop Fly Tying Video Instructions The Megalolipop is a proven winner. A small, cigar shaped minnow that imitates so many tasty morsels swimming in the back country. It is a level, straight tracking fly that gets under that surface and tracks on an arrow. That is a very important quality when targeting fish that “swipe” and eat.… Continue Reading

Schmidtinator

Schmidtinator

Schmidtinator Fly Tying Video Instructions A custom request turned standard issue.The Schmidtinator is a slight mash up on the megalolipop HD but tweaked for big gold fish instead of big silver fish. If big high floating pumpkins near the French quarter is what you desire, roll up this fishy crêpe and pop a beignet or… Continue Reading