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The Fly Fishing Show -- DENVER

The Fly Fishing Show -- DENVER

The Fly Fishing Show We were able to get over to the Denver Fly Fishing Show last weekend and snapped a few videos with some of our partners and friends. As usual, we focused more on tying and visiting than filming, but here you go anyway...

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Midnight Fire Balanced Leech

Midnight Fire Balanced Leech

Killer Color Combo Midnight Fire Balanced Damsel Leeches come in all sorts of colors and variations within colors, so it's never a bad thing to cover a lot of color bases when you're tying leeches. The Midnight Fire color scheme is one of my favorites that covers a good range of leech colors and the fish seem to really love. Originally shown to me as a chenille color by my late friend Dennis Brakke, I tend to have more midnight fire style leeches and buggers in my boxes than a lot of other mixes. And thanks to our buddy John Rohmer, the dubbing jam master himself, we've got a few dubbing mixes now that feature this color combo. So, as similar to one of my other favorite Midnight Fire patterns we did here , this one is tied balanced style but has a dual color tail with a collar from a recent squirrel mix we did. It's a fun tie, so give it a try. Note that while I use the awesome squirrel dub mix from a previous video, you can also use straight diamond dub in

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Squirrel Nugget

Squirrel Nugget

Because Good Enough...  Really Is! In the search for a fly that hits the "bare minimum" standards of being a fly but it still catches fish, this one ranks about a 9/10.  Two materials and a dollop of resin and you are off fishing.  I have tied this fly in a wide range of colors and even with a lead under body or a tungsten bead in the thorax.  I have been on such a squirrel kick lately, I wanted to find a fly that I could tie mostly out of squirrel, but that had some good overall shape and texture.  This will be all over in my stillwater boxes, and I plan on using it a lot as a dropper on a midge tip rig.  Other colors to try are olive, claret, purple, and black!  Have fun tying them and get them wet!! ~ Cheech Material List Add to Cart   View in store                                          Hook : Firehole Sticks 633 Nymph & Wet - 14 Thread : 8/0 UNI-Thread Waxed Midge - Camel Tail : Whiting Coq De Leon Tailing Packs - Medium Pardo Dub 1 : Natural

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