In case you haven't heard of it the term "hot spot" in fly tying, it simply means adding brightly colored fluorescent material (beads, thr
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Recently a good friend had asked me what I preferred — synthetic or natural materials — when constructing my favorite fly pattern bodies.
When I think about the most successful flies I have used over the years for smallmouth and largemouth bass, trout, pike a
Throughout the many years that I have been tying flies or teaching tying classes, I have been asked a plethora of questions regarding
Seeing as fly tying season is in full swing, I think it is a good idea to take a closer look at one of the most important components of a fly: the hook.
Ask two fly tiers of equal skill levels to tie the same bucktail pattern and you're very likely going to see two subtly different versions.
The Caddis Poopah is an extraordinary fly pattern designed with simplicity and functionality in mind. Looking at this pattern from a basic construction stand point, the fly is most certainly not complicated.