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  1. How to Tie A White Wulff Fly Pattern

    How to Tie A White Wulff Fly Pattern

    Learn how to tie a White Wulff fly pattern.

  2. Top 10 MUST HAVE Flies for the Bahamas

    Top 10 MUST HAVE Flies for the Bahamas

    Discover the top 10 essential flies every angler needs when fly fishing in The Bahamas! From Bonefish to Tarpon, we’ve got you covered with the best selections for a successful trip. Dive in and get ready to enhance your Bahamas fly fishing experience!

  3. TFO Blitz Fly Rod Review

    TFO Blitz Fly Rod Review

    TFO has replaced the Axiom with the all-new Blitz as their fast-action, “mid-level of stiffness” fly rod designed to throw big flies and heavy lines at a distance. Since Trident is based in the northeast, we have an affinity for rods designed to fish for Stripers, Albies, and other bait-blitzing species. Needless to say, we were excited to give this rod a spin. Below, you’ll read our findings with the Blitz, and why we think it may just be the best rod TFO has ever made.

  4. How to Tie The Zoo Cougar Fly Pattern

    How to Tie The Zoo Cougar Fly Pattern

    .The Zoo Cougar is a classic sculpin imitation from the mind of legendary streamer junkie Kelly Galloup. The Zoo Cougar pushes a ton of water and is designed to entice big strikes from predatorial brown trout. The Zoo Cougar is tied without weights, so it is best to fish it on a sinking line. Get that strip set ready, and prepare to hold on tight!

  5. How To Tie Mike's Midge Pupa Fly Pattern

    How To Tie Mike's Midge Pupa Fly Pattern

    Mike Heck first tied Mike’s Midge Pupa for ultra-selective fish on technical spring creeks in Pennsylvania, where fish routinely feed on midges right below the surface film. The fly benefits from a thoughtful design where the abdomen hangs vertically in the water, similar to how a midge pupa drifts downstream. Mike’s Midge Pupa uses simple materials and is quick to tie. Whip a few of these up for when you notice fish feeding at or near the surface, but traditional dry flies are getting refused.

  6. How To Tie The Flex Fleye Fly Pattern

    How To Tie The Flex Fleye Fly Pattern

    The Flex Fleye is an awesomely simple fly designed by New Jersey’s own Bob Popovic. The fly utilizes UV Flex which gives the fly incredibly realistic movement that predatory fish find hard to resist. You can tie this up in various colors to match the baitfish in your area, but we’re tying a mackerel imitation in anticipation of striper season here in Maine.

  7. How To Tie The Ray Charles Fly

    How To Tie The Ray Charles Fly

    The Ray Charles fly is an essential pattern for the Bighorn River, other western tailwaters, as well as limestone spring creeks in Pennsylvania. It imitates a small scud or sowbug and is easy to tie up. Another bonus is that it requires only a few key ingredients. To top it off, the Ray Charles fly is easy to fish. Legend has it that even the visually impaired have caught fish with the Ray Charles pattern!

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