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  1. How to Tie A Kamikaze Sculpin Fly

    How to Tie A Kamikaze Sculpin Fly
    Learn how to tie a Kamikaze Sculpin Fly.
  2. How to Tie the Wood Special Streamer

    How to Tie the Wood Special Streamer
    Last week, we went over an excellent pattern from Maine with the Warden's Worry and this week, we're going to tie another solid Maine
  3. How to Tie the Warden's Worry Streamer

    How to Tie the Warden's Worry Streamer
    A fly pattern that comes from our home state of Maine, the Warden's Worry. was invented by Maine Game Warden, Joseph Stickney, in the late
  4. How to Tie the Baby Fat Minnow Streamer

    How to Tie the Baby Fat Minnow Streamer
    An easy to tie streamer that can be altered to imitate almost any baitfish, the Baby Fat Minnow brings excellent realism in the water and helps coax
  5. How to Tie the Goby Baitfish Streamer

    How to Tie the Goby Baitfish Streamer
    Gobies are a type of baitfish made up of a variety of different species and live in freshwater systems. Similar to sculpins, these baitfish tend to hug the bottom of creeks, streams, rivers, and lakes and they provide excellent forage for anything from smallmouth bass to trout and even oddball species like catfish and crappie. These baitfish are generally in the 2”-5” range with a round profile, making them excellent forage for fish of nearly all sizes.
  6. How to Tie the Woolly Bugger Fly

    How to Tie the Woolly Bugger Fly
    Originally designed to imitate hellgramite larva, this fly was used to catch smallmouth bass in Pennsylvania's large rivers. However, since it was created in 1967, the Wooly Bugger has caught many different species in fresh and saltwater. The Wooly Bugger is a fly that you can tie in almost any color or color scheme that you can drum up, and whether you're after bass, trout, pike, or even snook, this fly always seems to produce.

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