egg sucking leach
There are a number of different ways to tie the Egg Sucking Leech.  Whether a wooly bugger, bunny leech or other, this pattern is effective in many different situations.  I will take you quickly through a sparse bunny leech tying demonstration so you have a feel how to get started. Take a look at the video below and then check...
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summer crush steelhead fly
I was reminded of the Summer Crush steelhead pattern recently and loved to my classic flies list and the fly tying challenge. Click here to see the video for the Summer Crush:   Summer Crush Fly Tying Material List Hook:  Mustad #36890 Size 4 Thread:  Black size 70 Ultra thread Tail:  Red Hackle Rib:  Medium Silver Tinsel Body: Burgundy Yarn Hackle:  Red Schlappen UnderWing:  Burgundy Bucktail OverWing:  White Calftail    
I demonstrate how to tie the "Beats Me" steelhead fly and discuss where this pattern originated.  The beats me came to me from Craig at dclann.com who is a Clearwater River steelhead expert. This pattern is great for summer steelhead or anytime you need a sparse fly with a little color contrast.  Let's get into it...... Click Here if you are...
wooly bugger
The wooly bugger is one of the easiest and most effective flies to tie for a vast number of fish species.  I demonstrate how to tie a wooly bugger and provide a few tips on general tying instruction.  Watch the video to see how the wooly bugger is tied. Materials for the Black Wooly Bugger Tail:  Black Marabou Body:  Black...
disco midge
In todays episode I show you how to tie a disco midge.  A super basic pattern but also super effective and works great year around. Only a few materials to use for this fly so let's get started!   Click here to watch the Disco Midge Video:   Disco Midge Material List Thread:  Size 70 Ultra Thread red Hook:  Mustad C49S size #14 Body: Size 70 Ultra Thread...
serrendipity
In todays fly tying tutorial I show you how to tie a super small size 20 serrendipity.  The serrendipity is a classic pattern that I first saw back in my college days. We fished it effectively back then for large browns under an indicator. Click here to watch the fly tying tutorial for the serendipity:   Fly Material List for the Serrendipity Thread:  Size...
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...
the stewart
In this video I show you how to tie a Stewart, my goto summer steelhead fly pattern.  This fly was developed by Marty Sherman, an old friend of the family.  I hope to get Marty on the podcast soon.   Click here to watch the Skunk Video Tutorial:   The Stewart Material List Thread:  8/0 Uni Thread Black (click here to purchase) Hook:  Daiichi #2441 size #6 (click...
hal gordon
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/18 I talked to Hal Gordon, the chair of the NW Fly Tyer and Fly Fishing Expo.  He talks about the history of the show and how it has grown into the larges tying event in the western United States. Hal shares some great fly tying tips, talks about the history of Atlantic Salmon flies and sheds light and where to find and get good deals on fly tying materials.
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