best winter steelhead fly colors
I wanted to share a quick article I found on the best winter steelhead fly colors from Jay at the Oregon Fly Fishing Blog. To be honest, this is a little self serving because I could have just shared this on social and it'd disappear in the long run. But, because I'm sharing it here, it will live and breath for...
egg sucking leach
Why do steelhead take a fly?  Becasue they are looking for food - Maybe?  Because they have instincts from their juvenile self from 2 years previously - Likely?  Because they are aggressive fish and just get pissed that there is this little nagging thing in front of them - Oh Yeah...... All of these scenarios are likely correct at some...
steelhead fly tying
I need your help! I need to determine if there is enough interest in an online steelhead fly tying course that you would pay money for it. If I get 20 people to click the button below and subscribe expressing interest I will publish this course. Click Here for Updates   So, what will you get for $30/month? You get all of the course...
That question pretty much sums up what our new product is all about. A way to help you discover fly tying or to just make it easier to tie more flies. Click here & Check out the details  We are all crazy busy these days and finding time to figure out where to get your fly tying materials can be a hassle. Especially...
zug bug
The zug bug is another super classic flies that uses peacock as a main part of the fly.  I show you how to tie a zug bug in today's fly tying video. Click here to watch the prince nymph video:       Fly Tying Mentor If you are interested in more one on one coaching, fly materials delivered to your door each month or group...
whip finisher
I've always found that the best way do tie flies is to minimize the steps you need to do.  Adding extra tools to your fly tying adds another step that can be avoided. I'll show you how to Whip Finish a fly without a tool in today's video.   How To Whip Finish Without a Tool:   How was that?  Do you still have...
purple peril
We just got off the river from our annual cast and blast deer hunting and steelhead trip.  During the fishing, hunting and beer drinking we managed to get a fly tying session in.  The Purple Peril was a pattern that killed it that day and is the reason for this post. Although the deer numbers and steelhead numbers were down...
fly tyers dungeon
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/mad The Founder of Fly Tyers Dungeon sat down to tell his story and the story of his company which produces unique fly tying materials in Montana. Find out how to get some unique materials at a great discount in this one.  We get into how he produces his material and how you can get custom made materials if you just reach out and ask.
elk hair caddis
In today's fly tying video I show you how to tie an elk hair caddis, one of the most classic and most effective dry flies of all time. I use cream color dubbing but you can use any color that matches the hatch you'll be fishing.  The elk hair floats high and dry and so should you (or whatever that...
tied down caddis
I show you how to tie one of the greatest wet flies know to man.  The super simple tied down caddis.  Watch the video and find out why this patter is so effective.   Click here to see the Tied Down Caddis:   Here are the materials needed for the Tied Down Caddis: Hook:  Mustad 3906B #12 Tail:  Dark Deer Hair Hackle:  Brown saddle hackle (wet...
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