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Madam X

Madam X

Madam X Fly Tying Instructions The Madam X is a simple terrestrial and stonefly imitation, and it is very deadly.  The Madam X has been around for a long time, and has laid the foundation for many other fly designs.  The Madam X can be tied in many different colors and sizes.  Traditionally, yellow, red… Continue Reading

Chernobyl Ant

Chernobyl Ant

Chernobyl Ant Fly Tying Instructions The Chernobyl Ant is a great hopper and attractor pattern.  The Chernobyl Ant is made of primarily foam, so the fly floats like a cork!  The Chernobyl Ant is best used in the heat of summer, when grasshoppers and terrestrials are most active.  The Chernobyl Ant can be tied in… Continue Reading

Foam Beetle

Foam Beetle

Foam Beetle Fly Tying Instructions Believe it or not, beetles are serious trout food!  Beetles are clumsy insects and often fall into the water.  On the surface, beetles are helpless and easy prey for hungry trout.  During the heat of the summer months, beetles become very active and frequently find their way into the mouths… Continue Reading

Fur Ant

Fur Ant

Fur Ant Fly Tying Video Instructions The Fur Ant is a simple and super effective ant pattern.  The  Fur Ant can be tied in any size and color.  Black and Cinnamon colored ants are the most common ants found in the rocky mountains and usually do the job.  But the sky is the limit with… Continue Reading

Parachute Fur Ant

Parachute Fur Ant

Parachute Fur Ant Fly Tying Instructions The Parachute Fur Ant is a simple and super effective ant pattern.  The Parachute Fur Ant can be tied in any size and color.  Black and Cinnamon colored ants are the most common ants found in the rocky mountains and usually do the job.  But the sky is the… Continue Reading