How to tie The Galloup’s Boogie Man Another killer streamer pattern from Kelly Galloup. The Boogie Man looks great in … Continue reading How to tie The Galloup’s Boogie Man
How to tie The Duracell This fly is worth having a selection of different sizes in your box. Created by … Continue reading How to tie The Duracell
How to tie The Peeping October Caddis The Peeping October Caddis is a must-have for fish gorging themselves on big … Continue reading How to tie The Peeping October Caddis
How to tie The Reaper Midge Are you a tailwater junkie? Do you enjoy fishing for big midge fed trout … Continue reading How to tie The Reaper Midge
Guide’s Choice Hare’s Ear There’s a reason they call this fly the “Guides” Choice Hare’s Ear. Who would know better … Continue reading How to tie the Guide’s Choice Hare’s Ear
The Masked Bandit Bob Reece’s Masked Bandit is a new age streamer pattern that is not only a joy to … Continue reading How To Tie The Masked Bandit – Fly Tying
The Sparkle Dun
The Sparkle Dun dry fly is basically a Comparadun with a polypropelene tail to imitate a trailing shuck of an emerging mayfly. It can be tied in a variety of colors to mimic many different mayflies. From larger Green Drakes and March Browns down to the classic BWO’s and PMD’s. The Sparkle Dun is a great fly to imitate an emerging or a crippled mayfly. The deer hair tied up will help this sit right in the film as an emerging bug would. The emerger yarn resembles a shuck as this bug gets ready to spread its wings. Pair this bad boy with some Shimazaki dry shake and the fish will eat it like it’s going out of style.
The Lil’ Kim
The Lil’ Kim has an excellent set of fish catching aspects. It is a mid-weight streamer that features a great blend of natural and synthetic materials. This fly is one of confidence pattern when chucking meat. The Marabou creates super lifelike movement while the palmer chenille underneath helps to keep the profile strong when wet. Ad the flash for some attraction and bam, tight line! The Lil’ Kim was also our top producing fly in our streamer fishing for trout video. Give it a look!
The Carp-It Bomb
The Carp-It Bomb is Matt Bennett’s pattern and an extremely effective carp fly. It is a buggy pattern that can represent multitudes of different aquatic species. It is a great fly for still water fishing because it will ride hook-up and slide along the bottom of any body of water. You can fish this fly with confidence knowing it will turn some heads and get eaten!
The Critter Getter
The Critter Getter does exactly what the name describes. It is a buggy, swimming fly that is a great option for still water fishing because it is meant to replicate an injured leech. It has a gentle presentation when it hits the water but gets down fast to the feeding zone of any carp. It will be a great addition to any carp box and will prove its value when it is in front of any carp.