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Bonefish Bitter

Bonefish Bitter

Bonefish Bitter Fly Tying Video Instructions The Bonefish Bitter is a killer bonefish fly, especially on spooky and picky bonefish.  The Bonefish Bitter is a sparsely tied bonefish fly that catches the biggest and smartest bonefish.  The Bonefish Bitter imitates a small crab or shrimp, a bonefish’s favorite forage!  The Bonefish Bitter can be tied… Continue Reading

Flashtail Whistler

Flashtail Whistler

Flashtail Whistler Fly Tying Video Instructions The Flashtail Whistler is a great fly for Pike, Peacock Bass and Largemouth Bass.  The Flashtail Whistler is a large profiled baitfish pattern that “whistles” when casted (due to the large bead chain eyes).  The Flashtail Whistler can also be used in saltwater applications for offshore species and jacks. … Continue Reading

Lefty’s Deceiver

Lefty’s Deceiver

Lefty’s Deceiver Fly Tying Instructions The Lefty’s Deceiver was invented by Lefty Kreh and continues to be the standard in large saltwater baitfish patterns.  There are now many variations of the fly and all have one common theme: a big, chunky and large profiled streamer.  The Lefty’s Deceiver works on everything that preys on baitfish,… Continue Reading

Seaducer

Seaducer

Redfish Seaducer Fly Tying Instructions The Redfish Seaducer is a great fly from the Texas Coast, all the way up the eastern seaboard.  The Seaducer can be used on many other fish species other than redfish.  The Seaducer works well on Sea Trout, Snook, Bonefish and even Permit.  The Seaducer can be tied to imitate… Continue Reading

Tarpon Toad

Tarpon Toad

Tarpon Toad Fly Tying Video Instructions The Tarpon Toad has rapidly become one of “THE” flies for Tarpon.  The Tarpon Toad was developed by Gary Merriman and tarpon fishing has never been the same since.  The Tarpon Toad in this video has been tied with no flash (that is how I prefer them), but they… Continue Reading