The EP Micro Crab is a perfect small crab pattern for bonefish, redfish and permit developed by Enrico Puglisi. It was designed to fool spooky fish in shallow water. The light weight beadchain eyes allow for the fly to land softly in skinny water. The EP Micro Crab can be tied in several color variations: Tan, Olive and Rootbeer are the most popular color patterns, but Gray and Purple have also been known to catch fish! Have fun and take your time with this fly. Once tied and glued, the EP Micro Crab is really durable and will catch a ton of fish! Continue reading “Video: How to Tie the EP Micro Crab Fly”
The EP Turneffe Micro Crab is a great micro crab pattern for Bonefish, Permit, Redfish and picky Triggerfish! The EP Turneffe Crab can be tied in several color variations; olive, tan, sand, and brown are the most common and the most effective colors. The EP Turneffe Crab is most effective tied small, usually in sizes #04-08. This is a great pattern when things get technical and the fish reject all your other patterns!! Continue reading “Video: How to Tie the EP Turneffe Micro Crab Fly”
So you have dabbled in fly tying and are now looking for the perfect vise. Well, you have come to the right place. We took a detailed look at each Griffin vise and created some videos comparing them to each other. We hope our videos will help you decide which one to get and one of these vises will give you a serious upgrade in your fly tying!
Griffin Odyssey Spider Vise
Are you just starting to fly tie? Try a basic and inexpensive fly tying vise.
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The Morris Boatman is a little known late season stillwater pattern developed by fly tier Skip Morris. This fly is meant to imitate a small water boatman and these little bugs get very active late in the season. Huge trout will chase these little bugs down like missiles. There is nothing like a water boatman hatch! It turns ordinary trout into killer trout! The Morris Boatman is best tied in sizes #14-16, but can be tied larger or smaller. My favorite color is the Olive version, but the Silver version is also very effective! Don’t forget these little bugs in your box. The “Boatman” hatch is one of those overlooked stillwater secrets!! Continue reading “Video: How to Tie the Morris Boatman Fly”
To state the obvious: there are many ways to get to Yellowstone National Park. It is a huge tract of land (over 3,472 square miles) lying at an odd-shaped joining of Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana. Most guide books recommend that if you have time, and trust me, you will want to set aside a bit of time, then plan to spend a few days in the different parts of the park with accommodation nearby. This will cut down on travel time and allow you to immerse yourself in the experience a whole lot more. Continue reading “The Road Less Travelled”