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The Best Fly Tying Scissors?

The Best Fly Tying Scissors?

Is there such a thing?? Scissor Reviews You'll need to watch the video to get the answer but "no", the answer is "no". Either way, I review a number of our more popular scissor models and brands. Everyone has their favorites and I'll cover a few things you'll want to remember as you select your next pair of fancy cuttin' tools! Here's a few of the ones we featured: Loon Razor Scissors Dr. Slick Razor Scissors Rising Razor Scissors (Rattle Bass Fangs) Dr. Slick All Purpose Scissors Dr. Slick Micro-Tip Scissors Loon All Purpose Scissors Tiemco Tungsten Scissors Renzetti Short Blade Scissors Dr. Slick Tungsten Scissors Tiemco Deer Hair Fine Scissors Tiemco Razor Scissors

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Big Cutthroat on Streamers - Strawberry Reservoir Utah

Big Cutthroat on Streamers - Strawberry Reservoir Utah

Returning to the Scene of the Crime We have no shame about our love for throwing flies for aggressive cutts that aren't very intelligent.  Strawberry Reservoir is such a diverse fishery that you can use a variety of different techniques in different types of water.  Right now, we are getting more and more dialed in to fishing shorelines with baitfish patterns.  Even though it seems like a new puzzle every time out, at least we have a good foundation of techniques that have worked recently.  This video shows two trips combined into one: the first one is from Josh (AKA Kilo J) and I, and the other one is from Curtis and I...  Both great trips... Both ended in crazy hailstorms. Also, the main flies that worked for us in this video were the following: Baby Fat Minnow ( Learn how to tie it ) Articulated Trout Slider ( Learn how to tie it ) Rattle Chub (Coming soon)

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Black Mirage Zebra Midge

Black Mirage Zebra Midge

Add Some Spice to a Proven Killer The Zebra Midge is a staple fly for pretty much any tailwater, and here in Utah you can catch fish on them any time of year.  This fly is one that we learned from the Fulling Mill catalog, and it seems like such a simple addition to a zebra midge, but I have to admit that I wouldn't have thought to tie in the flash how they did.  It's one of our top selling midges in the shop, so we decided to tie one up on video.  Mix up the colors, coat them with resin, add gills for a chironomid pattern, etc.  This one just plain works. Material List Add to Cart   View in store                              Hook : Daiichi 1120 - Heavy Wire Scud Hook - 18 Thread : Danville Flat Waxed Nylon Thread - 70 Denier - Black Bead : Plummeting Tungsten Beads - Black Nickel - 5/64" (2.0mm) Wire : UTC Ultra Wire - Red - Small Flash : Mirage Tinsel - Opal - Medium Resin : Loon UV Clear Fly Finish - Flow Buy Flies Instead:      Black

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Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail Nymph

Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail Nymph

It Catches Fish.  Period. This fly really doesn't need much explanation because anglers have been using it for a long long time.  There are many variations of a soft hackle pheasant tail, and pretty much all of them have been used to fool trout.  They can be fished on an indicator rig, euro rig, dry dropper, or on a lake.  We got some really cool soft hackle hen capes from whiting in a color called Dark Brown Dun, which is dark brown on one side, and a nice gray color on the other side.  You can ultimately use whatever soft hackle material you want on these, but this color really matches well with the pheasant tail fibers. In this video, you will watch Cheech break off materials enough to make Curtis warm up the bleep machine...  Word to the wise, get quality pheasant tail fibers so you don't have to swear like Cheech. Material List Add to Cart   View in store                                         Hook : Fulling Mill 35105 Competition Heavyweight H

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Fish Patagonia with Fly Fish Food

Fish Patagonia with Fly Fish Food

February 22 - February 29, 2020 As many of you know, we recently took a trip to the Northern Patagonia region of Argentina to fish for trout, eat lots and lots of food, and see some of the most unforgettable scenery in South America.  Curtis and I both had been to different parts of Argentina before, but never to the Patagonia, and never to fish!  Long story short, We'd love to give you the opportunity to come fish with us in the Spring Creek Lodge located right outside the city of Junin de los Andes.  Andes Drifters will be our hosts, and they know the area for miles around the base camp to ensure that we are always fishing the best possible locations for the time that we will be there.  Read the details below, but the dates will be February 22-29.  Email cheech@flyfishfood.com if you have questions etc. Curtis and I arrived at the airport in San Martin de los Andes and were met by the Head Guide Malleo River Gustavo to be driven directly to the river to fish for a

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