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Tak’s Crystal Chironomid

Tak’s Crystal Chironomid

Tak’s Crystal Chironomid Fly Tying Video Directions The Tak’s Crystal Chironomid is a great stillwater and lake fly, developed by Rick Takahashi.  The Tak’s Crystal Chironomid is a eye catching Chirnomid pattern.  The Blue Flashabou remains visible to fish in deep depths, and the Red Flashabou is always a great addition to any Chironomid pattern. … Continue Reading

Chironocones

Chironocones

Chironocones Chironomid Fly Tying Video Instructions The Chironocones is a great lake and stillwater chironomid pattern.  The Chironocones is meant to be fished under an indicator, deep and near the lake’s bottom.  The Chironocones can be twitches and slightly lifted once in awhile to give it a bit of movement.  The Chironocones can be tied… Continue Reading

Chan’s Chironomid

Chan’s Chironomid

Chan’s Chironomid Fly Tying Video Instructions Chan’s Chironomid is a great lake and stillwater trout fly.  Chan’s Chironomid imitates a Chrionomid larva morphing into a pupa and making it’s way to the surface.  The Chan’s Chironomid is best fished deep and under an indicator.  The natural “chop” of the water on the lake will give… Continue Reading

Jumbo Juju Chironomid

Jumbo Juju Chironomid

Jumbo Juju Chironomid Fly Tying Video Instructions The Jumbo Juju Chironomid is like life, durable and very “fishy” stillwater midge pattern.  The Jumbo Juju Chironomid can be tied in many colors and sizes, in order to imitate specific Chironomid species in stillwater lakes.  The Jumbo Juju Chironomid is can be fished suspended in the water… Continue Reading

CDC Midge Pupa

CDC Midge Pupa

CDC Midge Pupa Fly Tying Instructions The CDC Midge Pupa is an extremely effective midge fly pattern.  The Biot body gives the CDC Midge Pupa a life like look.  The CDC Midge Pupa can be tied in sizes #16-24 and can be tied in many different colors.  The most common colors for the CDC Midge… Continue Reading