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Here is part two in our video serious on Jigged Nymphs. The additional videos discuss tools and materials related to tying successful jig style fly patterns. Enjoy!
Jay has been diving deep into tying “Jig Style” nymphs. In this video he gives some basic tips to help you tie them. More tips to come in following posts.
In this video, Greg ties a very simple yet effective Jigged Green Caddis fly, which could be used in freshwater fisheries throughout the world. Any trout fisherman should have a selection of caddis nymphs available in their fly box. He … Continue reading →
This is a short note to invite all who aren’t out fishing on Saturday to drop by and say hello on Saturday, December 15th. I will be in the shop to visit with friends, demonstrate the new Aquaflies Ultra Rig … Continue reading →
In this video, Greg ties a simple Jigged Hare’s Ear European Style Nymph Pattern. Simple, yet proven again and again for trout species around the world. He recommends tying it in sizes 12-18 with a 60° bend jig hook and … Continue reading →
The Balanced Leech and Balanced Minnow fly pattern is a new one for me and I’ve had fun working on these flies lately. One of my key issues has been finding out which pins do and do not work for … Continue reading →
In this fly tying tutorial Jay shows us how to tie a Tiger Dad Trout Tube Streamer and by accident without a Rabbit Strip. We will have another video showing this same fly with the Rabbit Strip added in. This … Continue reading →
In this video Jay ties us a Bulltrout Jig, The Sandy Chub. This is a terrific Bull trout pattern that will work for a variety of freshwater and estuary species. You can fish this on the swing or dead drift … Continue reading →
Tim Flagler demonstrates how to tie the Herter’s Bastard Midge in this week’s featured tying video. “I know a lot of people who swear by this pattern both out west and here in the East,” says Flagler. “Absolutely give it a try.”
In this video, Jay ties a Trout Clouser Jig “Copper Crawdad” using an Umpqua 60 degree jig hook. This fly can be cast and stripped, swung, or fished an under indicator. This is a great fly for fishing Rainbow Trout, … Continue reading →