There are several techniques for creating a stable, upright post for a Parachute pattern, and last week Tim demonstrated the traditional method. In today’s video, he shows you what may be . . .
Ed Engle has been a Colorado fly-fishing guide for decades, mostly on the South Platte River, and he built his reputation on imitating small flies to catch big trout. He is the author of Tying Small . . .
Creating a stable, upright post for a Parachute pattern is vital to bothe the fly’s look and its performance on the water. As you might imagine, there are several methods for tying the post, . . .
Everybody loves the Woolly Bugger, and a lot of streamer fishermen swear by patterns tied with zonker strips because of the great pulsating action these flies display in the water. So what if. . .
Building a tapered thread body on a small hook, for a fly such as a Zebra Midge, is a fairly simple process, but things can go wrong pretty easily. You don’t want to end up with a misshapen or fat . . .
The final steps of creating a Pheasant Tail Nymph involve adding legs that sweep back from the head along the thorax. In this short video, Tim demonstrates his ingenious methods for finishing . . .