Author Archives: Marshall Cutchin

How to Tie the Mop ‘N Glo

Tim Flagler preps a pattern that combines durability with non-traditional trout appeal for his local one-fly tournament.  The Mop ‘N Glo is a combination of the standard Glo Bug and a Mop fly made with material that is readily available in cleaning supply and …

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How to Tie a Steelhead Nymph

In this week’s featured tying video, Tim Flagler demonstrates how to construct a versatile Steelhead Nymph pattern that can be produced in a variety of colors.

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How to Tie a Tuft and Tail Fly

Tim Flagler shows how to tie a generic version of what he calls the “Tuft and Tail” style of emergers in this week’s featured tying video.  “There’s something about teeny, subsurface flies that include a tuft and a tail that …

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How to Tie the Autumn Splendor

The Autumn Spendor, a vibrant fall pattern authored by Colorado guide Tim Heng, is the featured fly pattern in this week’s video.  Tier Tim Flagler departs slightly from Heng’s original recipe, using a gold cone head and yellow marabou plume for …

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How to Tie a Perfection Loop

Tim Flagler departs from his regular fly pattern schedule this week to show How to Tie a Perfection Loop.   The Perfection Loop is most commonly used in butt sections and leaders to make for easy loop-to-loop connections, but it can also be …

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How to Tie the Kintner Boy

Tim Flagler pays homage to the movie “Jaws” with his selection for this week’s featured fly pattern, a bright attractor for late-summer bass and bluegill.  The Kintner Boy, says Flagler, was inspired by the colorful swimwear of the giant great …

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Jason Cajune’s One-of-a-Kind Wooden Drift Boats

As Jason Cajune told Bloomberg, “I built my first boat 18 years ago in my garage in Glacier National Park in Montana. I intended to keep it for myself, but a neighbor begged me to let him buy it. The … more

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How to Tie the Shakey Bealy

Tim Flagler demonstrates the steps for tying the Shakey Bealy, a fall wet fly that had its start in the northern Rockies but which has gained popularity all over the US.  Tim includes instructions on the use of natural-colored Hungarian partridge feather …

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Kickstarter Travel Jacket Entrepreneur Budgets $20,000, Raises $9 Million

Think the travel clothing market is boring?  Think again. Travel jacket designer Hiral Sanghavi budgeted 58 days to raise $20,000 so that he could create a travel jacket with 15 features, including a neck pillow, gloves, drink pocket and phone charger.   … more

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Captain Steve Huff to Speak at Florida Event

The Backcountry Fly Fishing Association Legend Series event presents the “Life and Times of Steve Huff” on September 10, starting at 6:00 PM at Dubsdred Country Club located at 549 West Par St, Orlando FL. Dinner will be served. Steve … more

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