Author Archives: Marshall Cutchin
Conservation and fishing groups are applauding an announcement today that the EPA will consider blocking the construction of the Pebble Mine in Alaska. “Extensive scientific study has given us ample reason to believe that the Pebble Mine would likely have … more
In this week’s featured fly-tying video, Tim Flagler reveals his techniques for tying the Ausable Wulff, a high-floating classic that’s a great choice for fishing fast, broken water.
In this week’s featured fly-tying video, Matt Grobert ties a Blue-Winged Olive Quill Nymph with a bright orange hot spot for improved visibility. The svelte nature of this fly along with the weight of the tungsten bead allow it to sink …
Inspired by the incredible footage in the video “Damsels in Distress,” Matt Grobert ties a Damselfly in this week’s featured fly tying video. Matt shows several helpful techniques for working with deer hair, Antron, Coq de Leon and peacock herl.
In this week’s featured tying video, Tim Flagler ties another must-have pattern, the weighted Isonychia Nymph. As usual Tim gives a ton of helpful tips on using tools and materials to make the pattern more realistic and effective.
In this week’s featured tying video, Tim Flagler gives away his technique for cutting tying thread neatly and easily, based on a modification to a favorite tying tool. Learn how to “Use a Whip Finish Tool to Cut Thread.”
Tim Flagler demonstrates techniques for keeping the hook eye clear of cement as he shows the steps for tying a Micro Pheasant Tail Nymph. About the pattern Flagler notes, “I’ve found that going small, at times, is the only way …
The ever-popular Disco Midge is the subject of Tim Flagler’s weekly fly tying video. ”It’s a showy and very effective little pattern,” says Flagler, “but it’s still relatively easy to tie, even in the smallest of sizes.”
Matt Grobert ties one of Craig Mathews’s terrific patterns, the Zelon Midge, in this week’s featured tying video. The Zelon Midge imitates the adult midge. As Mathews told MidCurrent a couple of years back, “There just isn’t a place …
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