Charlie’s Mysis

2020-03-17T06:36:54-06:00

Charlie's Mysis Pattern Description: I developed this fly over two decades ago to match the almost clear Mysis shrimp in the Frying Pan River. The egg yarn becomes very milky when wet and mimics the natural like no other material I’ve found. I have tried many types of dubbing for the thorax but have always

Poison Tung

2020-03-10T07:54:07-06:00

Poison Tung Pattern Description: The Poison Tung Midge was conceived one winter after reading about the power the color blue has over unsuspecting trout. I tried a variety of different patterns, with varying amounts of blue and found that a simple rib was just enough. I think this fly is best represented by the sum

Deep Blue Poison Tung

2018-06-05T13:41:28-06:00

Deep Blue Poison Tung Pattern Description: Here's a brand new one for you! The Deep Blue Poison Tung Midge was conceived last winter after reading about the power the color blue has over unsuspecting trout. I tried a variety of different patterns, with varying amounts of blue and found that a simple rib was just

Hi-viz Rusty Spinner

2018-06-01T09:37:58-06:00

Hi-viz Rusty Spinner Pattern Description: This pattern is a variation on the standard rusty spinner that has a good bit of added floatation and visibility. The addition of the palmered thorax hackle makes the fly much more visible and helps keep it afloat. I have used this pattern everywhere from the Henry's Fork to the

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