Caddistrophic Pupa

Most insects have a certain streamlined appeal, but caddis pupae just look like something you pulled out of your nose. Their gnarley legs, gelatinous bodies, and budding wings combine to form one of the most unpleasant-looking bugs on earth, but trout love them. The Caddistrophic Pupa is built on a light wire scud hook to match the hunched up

By |2021-10-09T11:39:52-06:00October 8th, 2021|Emergers, Fly Tying Videos, Nymphs|0 Comments

Mole Fly

I have been fishing the Mole Fly for at least the last twenty years and it has become my go-to pattern for any small mayfly hatch. Its unusual “advanced” wing supports the fly on the surface while the body hangs below like that of a crippled or emerging mayfly. I invented this fly after experimenting with a variety

By |2021-10-08T14:57:55-06:00October 8th, 2021|Emergers, Fly Tying Videos|0 Comments

RS2

When I guided on the South Platte River it seemed that at least one of my clients always had an RS2 on, and I would bet that half of the fish my clients caught were victims of this fly. Confidence in a pattern can make all the difference, and I have a lot of confidence in the RS2.

By |2021-10-08T14:40:30-06:00October 8th, 2021|Emergers, Fly Tying Videos, Nymphs|0 Comments

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