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Tron Micro Stone

Tron Micro Stone

Tron Micro Stone Fly Tying Video Instructions The Tron Micro Stone is the perfect small and technical micro stonefly pattern.  Not all stoneflies are created equal and not all of them are big and chunky!!  In the west, many of them are tiny!  A common example of a small micro stonefly is the Yellow Sally.  These… Continue Reading

Runt Stone

Runt Stone

Runt Stone Fly Tying Video Instructions The Runt Stone is a micro sized Rubberlegs, developed by James Spicer.  This is one of those flies where you say, “why did I not think of that?”  The Rubberlegs is a great pattern and still works great even unchanged.  But super technical western tailwaters will always push change.  Generally… Continue Reading

Mega Prince

Mega Prince

Mega Prince Fly Tying Video Instructions The Mega Prince is a great fly developed by Dan Delekta.  The Mega Prince is the perfect high water fly and imitates a buggy stonefly nymph.  The Mega Prince is best fished as the lead fly on a nymph rig.  This fly has a lot of movement to it.  The rubber legs… Continue Reading

Beadhead Prince Nymph

Beadhead Prince Nymph

Beadhead Prince Nymph Fly Tying Video Instructions The Beadhead Prince Nymph is one of my all time favorite flies!!  It seems to catch trout everywhere I go.  In this video, I tied a weighted beadhead version of the classic Prince Nymph.  This version makes a great lead fly and the added weight really helps the fly get… Continue Reading

Montana Nymph

Montana Nymph

Montana Nymph Fly Tying Video Instructions The Montana Nymph is classic nymph pattern developed sometime in the 1950’s.  It remains a favorite today among trout anglers, as well as Bluegill fisherman.  The Montana Nymph is a great bluegill fly and is also deadly on small Bass and Crappie.  No one really knows what the Montana Nymph imitates.… Continue Reading