How To Tie The Ghost Rider Booby Fly: Fly Tying Tutorial Video

How To Tie The Ghost Rider Booby Fly: Fly Tying Tutorial Video

The Ghost Rider Booby Fly

This fly looks alright out of the water, but amazing in the water. The marabou pulses dramatically upon every strip. This pattern is a bit of an attractor pattern but can imitate a leech swimming if the fisherman slows the retrieve way down. This fly is best fished on a sinking line so that it will sink deep but avoid snags on the bottom due to the foam eyes. I like to tie it with a stinger hook as well if I plan on it being the last fly in my rig. The bottom line is that this fly has great action and can be fished many different ways.

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How To Tie The Blood Chirnomid: Fly Tying Tutorial Video

How To Tie The Blood Chirnomid: Fly Tying Tutorial Video

The Blood Chirnomid

The Blood Worm is present in almost every Stillwater and is an everyday meal for trout. The bloodworm will be in different parts of the water column depending on time of day and year. The bloodworm is best fished under an indicator or on a slow sinking line. Both should be fished with a slow retrieve to imitate these bugs making their way to the surface to hatch. It is a simple tie and can be very effective in the early months after ice off.

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How To Tie The Choker Fly: Fly Tying Tutorial Video

How To Tie The Choker Fly: Fly Tying Tutorial Video

The Choker Fly

The choker is tied normally on a 3XL or 4XL straight or down eye streamer hook. I went with the jig and heavy tungsten bead to keep the fly down in fast currents. This protein-packed morsel represents a chuck of salmon flesh clumped with some eggs floating downriver in the current. This is an easy meal for big trout. Look for spots on the river where the salmon pile up and fish downriver. 0x or 1x tippet is highly recommended. Dead drift this fly under an indicator. When fishing this jig style make sure it is the last fly in your rig.

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