5 out of 5 Stars! “Excellent Vise!”
Congratulations to Mark Fishburn Jr from South Carolina! He was our winner of $25 in AvidMax rewards during the week of Feb 11-17th, 2019. Thank you very much for reviewing your new Griffin Montana Mongoose Fly Tying Vise!
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We had a great 1st week and a half during our Annual Fly Tying Month. We gave away over $500 in fly tying gear through our Daily Facebook Giveaways and saw lots of great images roll in to our 4 different photo contests! We also saw lots of people start to stock up and save up to 15% off on all their favorite fly tying materials and tools during our sale! Click the link to stock up yourself! Sale good through March 31st, 2019. Here is what went down!
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The Micro Foam Ant (Rainy’s Foam Ant Bodies)
Simple and effective, Rainy’s Ant Bodies have made things easy. Put a hook in the vise, add the foam, some hackle, and a wing and you’re done. I love tying this fly and maybe enjoy fishing it even more. The white web wing helps you see it and the hackle gives this dry fly the perfect amount of movement on the water. Try Black and Brown to match the ants on your local water.
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A clean fly tying area is super important when you’re trying to crank out bugs. For me, it can be tough to just tie one type of fly when I sit down at the vise for a couple of hours. Things get wild and crazy and it looks like I murdered the whole animal kingdom on my desk. I flick the light off and leave it for later… When I sit down at my bench the next time I feel unmotivated and out of sorts. Keeping a clean tying area means better tying.
Here 5 quick things you can do to keep a cleaner bench.
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The Game Changer
The most realistic fish pattern out there. The Fish-Skull articulated spine gives the fly a super realistic swim in the water. This fly can be tied or colored to represent any fish in the water.
This month for Fly Tying Month we are tying TWICE a week! Join us every Friday during March to join in on the fun of an extra fly tying tutorial! Check out our Bench Guide to learn more about our 3rd Fly Tying Month. Continue reading “How To Tie The Game Changer: Fly Tying Video”
5 out of 5 Stars! “Short-lived Goodness!”
Congratulations to Ruth Boynton from Wisconsin! She was our winner of $25 in AvidMax rewards during the week of Feb 4-10th, 2019. Thank you very much for reviewing your new Ruffwear The Beacon Safety Light!
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The Sparkle Emerger (McFlylon Variation)
Originally created by Gary LaFontaine, master of the caddis lifecycle, this pattern varies only slightly. Using McFlylon in place of the Antron (Sparkle Emerger) yarn the rest of this pattern remains. I find that this material is a little easier to work with as you don’t have to card your fibers together and can clip right from the hank. If you are fishing a caddis hatch and the fish don’t seem to be slamming the top water they might be gorging on the emergence. Try this guy and it will undoubtedly put fish in the net.
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