Category Archives: Flies
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 …
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 …
Author Jay Zimmerman is featured in the most recent episode of Rob Snowhite’s podcast series. In this good-humored and down-to-earth interview, Zimmerman talks about everything from pet peeves and philosophy of fly design to his recently released book, The Top … more
Ken’s Crazy Ant is tier and videographer Tim Flagler’s fly of choice this week. Aptly named—perhaps because the pattern combines foam drawer liner, Antron and grizzly hackle—the fly floats like a cork and is incredibly realistic.