How To

  1. How to Tie the Parachute Adams Fly

    How to Tie the Parachute Adams Fly
    Floating in the film with a buggy profile from below, the Parachute Adams is a must-have. A spin on Leonard Halladay’s classic Adams Dry Fly, the Parachute Adams is a super effective parachute pattern whether you’re fishing a tiny blue line or a large river. An excellent choice for searching water or when looking to match a grey mayfly like the slate drake, the Adams Parachute is as versatile as they come.
  2. How to Tie the Top Secret Midge Fly

    How to Tie the Top Secret Midge Fly
    Designed by Pat Dorsey, the Top Secret Midge is an excellent pattern for imitating midge pupa and adults. Super easy to tie and quick to adapt to a range of colors, this pattern should be in your box every day of the year. Whether it's a hatch of tan midges, brown, midges, or black midges, the Top Secret Midge can match them all.
  3. How to Tie the Griffith's Gnat Fly

    How to Tie the Griffith's Gnat Fly
    Designed by George Griffith, the Griffith's Gnat is an easy fly to tie and is one of the best patterns to imitate a cluster of midges. Midges are a ubiquitous insect, and a hatch can occur almost any month of the year, which is why this is a pattern that you should always have on hand.
  4. How to Tie the Krystal Bugger Fly

    How to Tie the Krystal Bugger Fly
    Bringing extra flash to the standard Wooly Bugger, the Krystal Bugger is super effective and simple to tie. A great choice whether you’re chasing river smallmouth, steelhead, browns, or even carp, the Krystal Bugger can adapt to a range of environments with ease. A year-round pattern, this is a fly that’s worth having in a few different colors.
  5. How to Tie the Rusty Spinner Fly

    How to Tie the Rusty Spinner Fly
    Olives, sulphurs, cahills, march browns...the list goes on for what the Rusty Spinner can imitate. An easy fly to whip up, this pattern is one you should carry in a range of sizes from spring through fall to match any spinner fall that comes your way. A slim profile and buoyant wings allow this fly to rest right in the film and fool those trout sipping spinners all day long.
  6. How to Tie the Bob's Ultra Shrimp Pattern

    How to Tie the Bob's Ultra Shrimp Pattern
    Shrimp flies are effective for various fish, including bonefish, weakfish, snook, striped bass, or almost any other saltwater species. Bob's Ultra Shrimp can be tied in a range of color configurations and is an excellent choice for matching these crustaceans. With a tough UV resin body, this fly can also hold its own no matter where you're fishing or what you're targeting.
  7. How to Tie the Stimulator Fly

    How to Tie the Stimulator Fly
    An excellent pattern for matching caddis, terrestrial insects, Yellow Sallies, and other light-bodied adult stoneflies, the Stimulator can be used as an exact imitation or an effective attractor pattern. No matter how you fish the Stimulator, it is a pattern worth carrying in a few sizes all season long.
  8. How to Tie the Bendback Fly

    How to Tie the Bendback Fly
    A streamer that's simple and can imitate a wide range of baitfish, the Bendback should always be in the box. Whether you're matching saltwater species like spearing and bay anchovies or freshwater baitfish like dace and emerald shiners, the Bendback can imitate them all.
  9. How to Tie the Squirmy Wormy Pattern

    How to Tie the Squirmy Wormy Pattern
    One of those flies that gets an opinion out of almost every fly angler around, the Squirmy Wormy, may be controversial to some, but it flat out catches fish. An easy one to stock a whole box within just a night or two, this fly is packed with movement and does an excellent job at matching both terrestrial and aquatic worms. From farm pond bluegill to wild trout, this fly will fool them all.
  10. How to Tie the Psycho Prince Nymph Fly

    How to Tie the Psycho Prince Nymph Fly
    Picking up where the Prince Nymph left off, the Psycho Prince brings an extra dose of flash to this effective nymph. One of those bugs that you can tie in a ton of different colors, all of which can be effective, the Psycho Prince Nymph is an excellent attractor pattern whether you are after wild brookies, stocked fish, or some fresh steelhead.

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