Fly Tying

  1. How to Tie the Klinkhammer Fly Pattern

    How to Tie the Klinkhammer Fly Pattern
    The Klinkhammer, developed by Hans van Klinken, is an emerger pattern that works well for trout feeding on the surface or just below the surface. The Klinkhammer can imitate an emerging Caddis or an emerging Mayfly and works well as either a searching pattern, attractor pattern, or a technical dry fly. Jared shows you the steps needed to tie this famous fly in detail with thorough instructions so you can tie one up on your vise at home.
  2. How to Tie Ray's Fly Pattern

    How to Tie Ray's Fly Pattern
    Ray's Fly is another saltwater streamer pattern that can be used in a variety of angling scenarios. A perfect imitation of smaller baitfish, this pattern is deadly on a host of saltwater species. Again, this pattern can be tweaked and tied with different colors depending on what species of baitfish you're trying to imitate. Watch Jared deliver step-by-step instructions to tie the Ray's Fly.
  3. How to Tie the Rump Shaker Fly

    How to Tie the Rump Shaker Fly
    The Rump Shaker is a Redfish fly that's really designed to imitate a fleeing shrimp (although fish eat it as a crab or a baitfish, too). This fly has a great profile in the water and moves a lot of water to attract large Redfish when the water is 1-3 feet deep. Jared has thrown a weed guard on this version to make it a perfect fly for the Louisiana marsh, the coast of Texas, or anywhere else you're likely to find Redfish in shallow water conditions. Learn how to tie this modern Redfish fly including step-by-step instructions, a materials list, and more.
  4. How to Tie The Batman Redfish Fly Pattern

    How to Tie The Batman Redfish Fly Pattern
    The Batman Fly is an easy pattern to tie and works well when targeting tailing Redfish in a variety of scenarios. This fly has great movement in the water and works well for cruising fish or tailing fish. Plus, if you see a Black Drum or a Sheepshead while searching for Redfish, this is a great pattern to throw at them, too. Tune in as Jared shows you the necessary steps to tie this simple saltwater crab pattern.
  5. How to Tie Bob Popovics' Bulkhead Deceiver Fly

    How to Tie Bob Popovics' Bulkhead Deceiver Fly
    The Bulkhead Deceiver features a thick profile for commotion and movement in the water. This pattern is an improvement on Bob Popovics' Bucktail Deceiver. This iteration adds thickness, depth, and allows the fly to push more water to attract predatory fish from long distances. Bob Popovics ties many famous baitfish patterns for saltwater fish including Striped Bass and more. Tune in as Jared takes you through the necessary steps to tie a great pattern for a variety of scenarios.
  6. How to Tie a Surface Seducer Double Barrel Popper Fly

    How to Tie a Surface Seducer Double Barrel Popper Fly
    This surface popper is a stellar fly for predatory fish looking for a large meal. Bass are ambush feeders which means you can get their attention pretty easily with a large fly that moves a lot of water. This frog-like imitation is a great way to target Bass that are layed up in shallow water or Bass that are feeding in weed beds. This fly is tons of fun to tie and is a must-have for all you Bass fly anglers out there. Tune in as Jared teaches how to tie the Surface Seaducer Double Barrel Popper with step-by-step instructions and more.
  7. How to Tie a Surf Candy Saltwater Streamer Fly

    How to Tie a Surf Candy Saltwater Streamer Fly
    The Surf Candy is a popular pattern in the northeast for Albies and Stripers in the marsh. This particular version is built with an Epoxy head that allows it to swim straight and true in the water. Whether you're targeting Stripers, Albies, or other predatory baitfish, this fly catches the attention of fish from a long way off. Plus, it's easy to tie! Tune in as Jared provides step-by-step instructions for a Bob Popovics classic.
  8. How to Tie Drew Chicone's Devil's Daughter Streamer Fly

    How to Tie Drew Chicone's Devil's Daughter Streamer Fly
    The Devil's Daughter, tied by Drew Chicone, is a Tarpon Fly that's ideal for low light conditions or other situations where Tarpon are finicky or picky. This pattern moves a lot of water and is great at triggering an instinctual strike by a wary Tarpon. Streamers can be difficult to tie but this one only uses a few materials and can also be used as a Bass Fly and a fly for other species. Follow along as Jared ties a must-have streamer for Tarpon anglers, Bass fishermen, and more.
  9. How to Tie the Squibbster Snook Fly

    How to Tie the Squibbster Snook Fly
    If you're targeting Snook in FL or beyond, this fly is a perfect small baitfish imitation and can be tied in a variety of sizes/colors. The fly moves water nicely and attracts the attention of Snook feeding from the mangroves or under dock lights. We fished this pattern in FL recently and CRUSHED Snook, Ladyfish, Snapper, and more. If you're serious about the Snook game, this is an easy fly to tie and all of the products you need can be purchased from us. Follow along as Jared walks us through the steps to tie this saltwater fly pattern.
  10. How to Tie a Gold-Ribbed Hare's Ear

    How to Tie a Gold-Ribbed Hare's Ear
    The Hare's Ear is one of the most popular nymph patterns in contemporary trout fishing. Many variations exist but this particular pattern, including rubber legs, is sure to fool any trout keyed in on stonefly nymphs. This nymph also works well as an attractor pattern, point fly, and single fly under and indicator. We've tied this fly with plenty of weight to sink quickly into a trout's feeding zone to help you catch more fish. Learn the steps necessary to tie the Hare's Ear in this fly tying tutorial.

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