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Euro Nymphing on the Provo River

Euro Nymphing on the Provo River

Winter Fly Fishing Brown trout caught on a Perdigon fly pattern We headed up to the river and forged some snow to catch some fish. Despite some chilly weather and a strong midge hatch, the fish were happy to chow down on #16 and #14 Euro style jig nymphs. If you need to get started on Euro nymphing, look for these two killer Euro nymphing videos from Lance, Devin and Gilbert. They go through all you need to know. And the flies we used.... Squirracell Nymph Thread Frenchie Idaho Stank Perdigon Catch the vlog we did below.

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The Fly Shop Move!

The Fly Shop Move!

We Finally Did It! It took a few months to complete all the details but we finally put the finishing touches on the big shop move. Here's a quick video to give you an idea of what we did.

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Biot Soft Hackle

Biot Soft Hackle

Simple Still Works As much as I love to push the boundaries of fly tying, there is also a part of me that loves to tie really simple classic flies.  Soft hackles are usually very simple, sparse, and super effective.  This fly really doesn't need much introduction so I'll keep it brief, but as far as fishing applications, you should swing it, drop it off of a dry fly, nymph it, fish it in lakes, etc. etc... Material List Add to Cart   View in store                          Hook : Firehole Sticks 633 Nymph & Wet - 12 Thread : 8/0 UNI-Thread Waxed Midge - Camel Body : Nature's Spirit Stripped Wild Turkey Barred Biots - Callibaetis Thorax : Natural Furs Dubbing - Fox Squirrel Hackle : Whiting Brahma Wing Soft Hackle Pair Other tools from the tutorial:     Renzetti Master Vise C&F Design Biot Pliers

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Top Winter Fly Patterns

Top Winter Fly Patterns

Catch More Fish During The Winter Winter time can be a great time to fire up the space heater in the tying dungeon and crank out flies meant for warmer times, but it's also a great time to hit your local river to target feeding fish!  If the water is warm enough not to be completely iced over, the fish are still there and they eat all winter in order to keep calories flowing.  Nymphing through slow runs is a great way to catch lethargic fish, but you will also have plenty of opportunity to cast dry flies to rising fish.  Below we have listed some of the flies that we always have in our fly boxes for a day of winter fishing. For more information on winter fishing tactics, check out this clinic we did in the shop HERE. Bunny Midge The Bunny Midge is one of our favorites because you can tie them from size 18-30 proportionately.  More importantly, the fish really love to eat these things on some of the picky tailwaters we fish. Click HERE for material list

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Size 30 Bunny Midge

Size 30 Bunny Midge

Catching Trout with No-See-Ums I will promise you one thing with this fly...  That promise is that if you tie these and put them in a box, there will be someone who says "What the #$%#$ do you catch with those?!?!"  Calmly let them know that they are a great tool for catching wary rising trout in the winter and spring.  This is the third iteration of the bunny midge, and it's actually really similar to the last one that we released ( previous versions ), but I wanted to demonstrate that it could be done with a size 30 hook. This hook has an over sized eye, it's barbless (which makes it easier to hook fish), and it comes only in size 26-30 which tells us that they designed it specifically for small midges.  In my experience, it hooks up extremely well, and is just heavy enough to land decent sized trout. Feel free to tie these in multiple colors too!  I like olive and black for the body color, and any white or gray color for the wing. Material List

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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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