girdle bug
I show you how to tie the Girdle Bug in today's fly tying video.   Watch the video and find a few tips on tying this proven and basic nymph. Click here to see the Girdle Bug:     Here are the materials needed for the Girdle Bug: Hook:  Dai-Riki #710 Size 6 Tail:  none Legs: White rubber legs Thorax:  Black Chenille Thread:  Uni-Thread 6/0   Buy the Materials Here: If you like to buy all...
dubbing loop
I show you how to use a Dubbing Loop Tool and talk about a few other techniques.  Although there are many flies where a tool won't be needed, a dubbing loop can help strengthen and even up your dubbing.   Click Here to Discover How to Use A Dubbing Loop:   If you have any additional questions please click on the link below and...
pheasant tail
I show you how to tie the Pheasant Tail Nymph in today's fly tying video.   Watch the video and find a few tips on tying this proven and basic nymph.   Click here to see the Pheasant Tail Nymph:     Here are the materials needed for the Pheasant Tail Nymph: Hook:  Mustad 3906B #12 Tail:  Pheasant Tail Legs: Pheasant Tail Thorax:  Peacock Hurl Thread:  Uni-Thread 8/0 Buy the Materials...
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...
woolly worm
We are going back to basics today with the Woolly Worm.  One of the best first flies to begin with when starting out. I walk you through tying the woolly bugger in this video tutorial.  If you are new to fly tying then the best thing you can do is start with the basics. Whether a woolly worm or a woolly...