Category Archives: Flies
Tim Flagler demonstrates how to tie Paul Beel’s Bluegill Belly Bean in this week’s featured tying video. The Belly Bean, although designed for bluegill, will work for numerous other species too. It can be tied in a nearly infinite variety of colors.
If you’re in the mood to tie up one of your own nymph patterns, the SBR Light Cahill Nymph is the subject of Tim Flagler’s instructional tying video this week. It’s more of a suggestive pattern than an exact imitation, but trout …
A modified version of Cal Bird’s Bird’s Nest Sulphur Emerger is the subject of this week’s featured tying video. As Tim Flagler says, “t’s an extremely versatile pattern that can be fished wet or dry, dead drifted or swung.”
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Tim Flagler calls the pattern featured in this week’s tying video the “SBR Hendrickson Nymph.” It imitates a ready-to-hatch-out Red Quill.
Noted small-fly expert Ed Engle is the guest tier for this week’s featured tying video, which features his Bubble Winged BWO Emerger. Says Engle: “Typically I’ll tie this fly down to size 22. If you’re going to do that, you want the …
Cheech Pierce demonstrates how to tie his Mini McMouse Face streamer, which he refers to as “High Protein in a Small Package.”
Tim Flager demonstrates how to tie a Euro Early Black Stone in this week’s featured tying video.
Matt Grobert demonstrates how to tie a BWO Improved Sparkle Dun in this week’s featured tying video. “It’s one of those must-have patterns that can be used pretty much year-round and just about anywhere,” says videographer Tim Flagler. “These take a bit …