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Category Archives: Steelhead/Salmon Flies

Green Butt Skunk

Green Butt Skunk

Green Butt Skunk Fly Tying Video Instructions The Green Butt Skunk is a classic steelhead fly developed by Dan Callahan on the North Umpqua River. The Green Butt Skunk can be dressed heavy or sparse, depending on the time of year and river conditions. The Green Butt Skunk has fooled many steelhead over the years,… 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

Kaufmann Stone

Kaufmann Stone

Kaufmann Stone Stonefly Nymph Fly Tying Video Instructions The Kaufmann Stone is a lifelike and super heavy Stonefly Nymph Pattern.  The Kaufmann Stone was developed by Randall Kaufmann and continues to be a standard in Stonefly Nymph Patterns.  The Kaufmann Stone can be tied in many colors.  The Golden (seen in this video), Black, Brown variations… Continue Reading

Tube Fly

Tube Fly

Simple Tube Fly Tying Video Instructions Tube Flies can be very versatile fly patterns.  Simple Tube Flies are quick and easy to tie, and the color combinations/options are endless!  This video will demonstrate how to tie a basic tube fly.  Use your favorite Tube Fly Vise or Tube Fly Vise Adapter and substitute your favorite… Continue Reading

Wired Stonefly Nymph

Wired Stonefly Nymph

Wired Stonefly Nymph Fly Tying Video Instructions The Wired Stonefly Nymph is a great heavy stonefly nymph pattern.  The Wired Stonefly Nymph is not only heavy, but also life like.  The bright segmentation of the wired body really stands out and adds the extra weight needed for any stonefly nymph.  The Wired Stonefly Nymph can… Continue Reading