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Learn to Tie Flies Episode 2: Best Budget Vise

Learn to Tie Flies Episode 2: Best Budget Vise

Great Hook Holders In this episode we break down the age old question that we hear so many times...  What is the best budget vise? Renzetti Traveler: https://store.flyfishfood.com/searchr... Regal Travel Vise: https://store.flyfishfood.com/Regal-M... Peak Rotary Vise: https://store.flyfishfood.com/Peak-Ro... Griffin Montana Mongoose: https://store.flyfishfood.com/Griffin... Griffin Spider Vises: https://store.flyfishfood.com/searchr... Griffin Montana Pro: https://store.flyfishfood.com/Griffin... Griffin Superior 1A: https://store.flyfishfood.com/Griffin... Wolff Apex: https://store.flyfishfood.com/Apex-Vi...

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Zebra Bomb - Anchor Fly

Zebra Bomb - Anchor Fly

Small Size Gets Down If there is one thing that I've learned as I progress in my nymphing skills, it's that you don't always need a huge heavy fly to fish at depth.  In fact, there are many instances when a fly that has a lot of appendages will hang up in the water column even though it has a huge bead and a lot of lead wraps.  This fly is basically just thin profile nymph pattern that can be morphed into many different colors, and it can also be modified for weight just based on what size of a bead you put on it.  This video shows a size 16 fly with a 3.5mm bead on it, but you could tie the same size 16 with a lighter bead as well.  Tie bombs and GET DOWN!! ~ Cheech Material List Add to Cart   View in store                                    Hook : Hanak H 400 BL Jig Hook - 16 Bead : Hanak Round+ Slotted Tungsten Beads - Silver - 3.5mm Tail : UV2 Coq de Leon Perdigon Fire Tail Feathers - Fl. Natural Body : Danville Flat Waxed Nylon Thread

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Espresso Midge

Espresso Midge

A Midge with a Jolt of Energy This little fly has been in our bins for a while, but it just dawned on me that we should actually take it out for a spin.  The results were as expected and we caught a pile of fish with it! Much like it's non jigged midge pupa brothers, this bug can put some serious fish in the net.  I know, I know...  It's just basically a zebra midge on a jig hook, so what's so special about it?  In my opinion, the ability to add different sizes of beads without compromising the hook gap is critical.  On a normal scud hook you have to be pretty careful with the size of your bead so you don't eat up the hook gap, but with a slotted bead on a jig hook, the bulk of the weight sits opposite the hook gap side.  Long story short?  Add weight, catch fish... The most common colors of this fly are black and claret, but there are no limits to the color combos you can create with it.  Happy fishing! ~ Cheech Material List Add to Cart   V

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Jiggy Fat Minnow

Jiggy Fat Minnow

The Baby Fat Minnow Gains Weight If you haven't see the Baby Fat Minnow or the Low Fat Minnow , you should check them out!  They have been absolute killers for us on lakes, and on rivers that require a lighter weight streamer pattern.  A few weeks back Lance suggested a baby fat minnow style fly on a jig hook, so I started tweaking it.  It's a really basic change to the fly, but there are some subtle techniques to get it to turn out correctly behind the bead.  Check out the video for a full tying lesson, and watch Lance and Curtis sneak one from my box while I was out of town to go give it a fish... ~Cheech Material List Add to Cart   View in store                                                                   Hook : Hanak H 480 BL Jig Hook - 6 Thread : 6/0 UNI-Thread Waxed - White Bead : Hareline Slotted Tungsten Beads - Silver - 3/16" (4.6mm) Tail : Whiting Mini Bird Fur - White Body : Ripple Ice Dub - Mother of Pearl Head 1 : Bruiser

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