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Deer Hair Frog Popper

Deer Hair Frog Popper

A Jeff Creamer Pattern So this is the tutorial you want to watch if you're at all interested in learning how to master some killer deer hair skills. Jeff Creamer returns for what we consider a spectacular example of deer hair mastery. Not only is the hair work a work of art, Jeff takes care in all his patterns that the bugs will catch fish and not fall apart after a couple of nom-noms from a gnarly bass. We recommend watching the techniques and getting the right tools (i.e. packer, thread, good hair, good razors etc) and you'll find, with practice, you'll be on your way to good deer hair flies. Material List Add to Cart   View in store                                                   Hook : Firehole Sticks 811 Streamer Hook - 6 Thread 2 : 6/0 UNI-Thread Waxed - Green Thread 2 : Veevus GSP - White - 200 Denier Hind Legs : Cohen's Frog Legs - Medium Under Body : Nature's Spirit Deer Belly Hair - Fl. Chartreuse Over Body : Nature's Spirit De

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Whiting Farms Rendevous Part Deux

Whiting Farms Rendevous Part Deux

Feathers and Fish We took another trip to Delta Colorado to hang with the Whiting Farms Pro Staff and the fine folks at Whiting Farms. This time, Brandon and Lance tagged along and did a little fishing as they did a vlog takeover during our time in meetings with the Whiting Team. Check it out...

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Countach Nymph - Jig

Countach Nymph - Jig

Join the Countach Club I get it, not everybody can own a beautiful Lamborghini Countach with a V-12 engine... Not everyone can have Bum Equipment belly shirts, Reebok Pumps, and Girbeaud jeans.  What you can have, is the Countach Nymph.  This fly is kind of a joke between two of my buddies that I used to go to lunch with all the time until they very rudely quit their jobs and took their talents to south beach..  And by south beach, I mean Elko, NV...  Anyway, Scott and Clint, here is the fly that is named after our lunch buddy group called the Countach club. (If you want to join the Countach Club, email me for an application.) Aside from razzing my buddies, this fly has lots of really fishy characteristics, and can be fished in lots of situations.  I'm pretty sure you could tie squirrel dubbing and rubber legs on anything and it would fish.  I have also tied this fly with Arizona synthetic dub, and dark rabbit dub.  Just vary the colors and match your local bugs!   ~

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