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Jennifer Kelley, an experienced environmental policy facilitator and natural resources adviser will join Fly Life Magazine as Conservation Editor in May of 2018. She will manage all aspects of the magazine’s conservation voice. Nymphs take a beating not only from … more →
Fair Flies from Brother on Vimeo. Founder of Fair Flies, Jef Coffey, will be joining us to teach tying with new modern composite brushes. Techniques and patterns that can be used to create beautiful flies with ease that catch fish. … Continue reading →
Tim Flagler calls the pattern featured in this week’s tying video the “SBR Hendrickson Nymph.” It imitates a ready-to-hatch-out Red Quill.
We are fortunate to have access to a ton of very good fly tying tools these days—but in some respects the abundance of choices makes it difficult for the average fly tyer to decide between various products. So today, I’d … Continue reading →
John Collins shows how to tie his Hendo Hammer in this week’s featured tying video. The pattern is meant to imitate an adult female Hendrickson struggling to escape its nymphal shuck. The front part of the fly floats on the water’s surface, while the trailing shuck …
In this video Jay ties a Clouser Jig using Red Bucktail and a white EP Brush. Red and white is an incredibly effective color combination that imitates a wounded baitfish. This fly will work for Steelhead, Salmon, and Trout. Jay’s … Continue reading →
We have some new products coming out from Aqua Flies that we are excited to have here in the store. In this video, Jay goes over some of the new Intruder Eyes, Shanks, and Hooks from Aqua Flies. Swing Hooks … Continue reading →
Noted small-fly expert Ed Engle is the guest tier for this week’s featured tying video, which features his Bubble Winged BWO Emerger. Says Engle: “Typically I’ll tie this fly down to size 22. If you’re going to do that, you want the …
In this video Jay shows us how to tie a Olive Bunny Tube Streamer tied using a Black Barred Olive Rabbit Strip on a Pro Sportfisher Classic Tube. This is an awesome fly that can be stripped and swung for … Continue reading →
This is of course a fly that could and should be fished in many lakes and ponds, not only in Pyramid Lake and for sure this fly would fish well in rivers under an indicator too. It will take a … Continue reading →