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Herman’s Leech

Herman’s Leech

Herman’s Leech Fly Tying Video Instructions Herman’s Leech is a great micro leech pattern.  Perfect as the point fly for stillwater and lake fishing.  Herman loves to use this fly as his lead fly and then trail a Callibaetis or Damsel Nymph behind it.  This is a very deadly technique here in the West for… Continue Reading

Mouse Rat – Whitlock’s

Mouse Rat – Whitlock’s

Mouse Rat Fly Tying Video Instructions – Whitlock’s The Deer Hair Mouse Rat has been a longtime standard for all Mice Patterns.  The Mouse Rat was developed by master fly tier Dave Whitlock.  Today’s Mouserat is a bit different than the original.  The original Mouse Rat was tied with shammy/leather for the tail and the… 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

Muddler Minnow

Muddler Minnow

Muddler Minnow Fly Tying Video Instructions The Muddler Minnow is a classic streamer pattern and is made to imitate a sculpin or small baitfish.  Despite the Muddler Minnow’s simple appearance, the Muddler Minnow is actually a difficult fly to tie.  Deer Hair can be a frustrating material to deal with, but there are a few… Continue Reading

Dirty Hippy

Dirty Hippy

Dirty Hippy Streamer Fly Tying Video Instructions The Dirty Hippy is a streamer pattern developed by fly tying mastermind Charlie Craven.  The Dirty Hippy is a lifelike, but still heavy trout streamer pattern.  The Dirty Hippy can be tied in many color combinations to imitate small juvenile brown, rainbow and brook trout.  The Dirty Hippy… Continue Reading