The Red Witch
This is a great pike fly for early season fish that are not interested in the really big stuff yet. It is very light to cast and has a ton of movement in the water. As well it is a very cheap pike fly because it does not need any hackle. Fish this fly deep or shallow and it is sure to turn some heads when it swimming through the water.
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The Beadhead Czech Catnip
While exploring Czech, European, contact, tight line nymphing, or whatever you want to call it, this pattern comes up time and time again, and for good reason. It works great! It features a heavy tungsten bead and added lead wire to help you get down to where the fish are holding. For that reason it fits well in a tight line nymphing box. Using the Hareline Midge Cactus Chenille this pattern is easy enough to whip out a dozen in no time. Fish it deep and find those picky trout
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The Curry Craw
Gus teaches us today on how to tie a great pattern called the Curry Craw. The Curry Craw is a great crawfish pattern that can be used to target a variety of fish and many different situations. This fly is primarily used for still water fisheries targeting bass and carp, but can be very effective in catching trout as well. There presentation is realistic enough to convince a fish to eat in any water you fish it in.
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