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How to Tie: The Duracell Jig Nymph

In this week’s “How to Tie” video feature, Fly Fish Food gives us a great tutorial on how to tie the Duracell Jig Nymph. Learn About This Fly: Difficulty: Novice This week, we will be learning how to tie the Duracell Jig Nymph. For those of you who know of this fly, you understand it’s uncanny effectiveness when it comes to drifting flies for trout.… Read More »How to Tie: The Duracell Jig Nymph

How to Tie: The Two Bit Hooker

In this week’s How to Tie video feature, AvidMax is here to show us how to tie the Two Bit Hooker. Learn About This Fly: This iconic fly, invented by Charlie Craven of Charlies Fly Box, has been a staple to any angler that values getting their flies down fast. As fun as it is to tie as it is to fish, this fly’s uniqueness… Read More »How to Tie: The Two Bit Hooker

How to Tie: The Iron Lotus

In this week’s How to Tie Video, Lance Egan from Fly Fish Food is here to show us how to tie the Iron Lotus. Learn About This Fly: Difficulty: Novice “The Iron Lotus. A fly the likes of which the world had never seen before. A fly so revolutionary, so dangerous that it would have catapulted any trout that was stuck with it straight to… Read More »How to Tie: The Iron Lotus

How to Tie: The Parachute Poly Emerger

In this week’s “How to Tie” video feature, SvendDiesel is here to show us how to tie the Parachute Poly Emerger fly. Learn About This Fly: Difficulty: Intermediate If you don’t know what an emerger is, you at least know what they look like. You’ve seen them everywhere: little flies that look like a weird mix between a dry and a nymph, almost always with… Read More »How to Tie: The Parachute Poly Emerger

How to Tie: The Belly Banger

In this week’s “How to Tie” video feature, McFly Angler shows us how to tie the belly banger fly. Learn About This Fly: Difficulty: Moderate When it comes to warm water flies, the belly banger is about as good as it gets. Tied to loosely imitate a wandering sunfish, this fly is sure to be the favorite snack of any underwater beast daring enough to… Read More »How to Tie: The Belly Banger

How to Tie: The Saltwater Gurgler

In this week’s “How to Tie” video feature, Fly Fish Food shows us how to tie the Saltwater Gurgler. Learn About This Fly: Difficulty: Intermediate  Originally brought to life by legendary tyer, Jack Gartside, the Saltwater Gurgler (or the Gartside Gurgler) is a favorite amongst salty topwater enthusiasts. Noted for its ability to draw wary fish to toss caution to the current and lunge at… Read More »How to Tie: The Saltwater Gurgler

How to Tie: The Rainbow Warrior

In this week’s “How to Tie” video feature, Fly Fish Food shows us how to tie the Rainbow Warrior nymph. Learn About This Fly: Difficulty: Novice  To most anglers, whether they’re brand new to the sport of fly fishing or have been tossing line since they learned to walk, there are a few flies that have firm real estate in everyone’s vocabulary of bugs. There’s… Read More »How to Tie: The Rainbow Warrior

How to Make a Single Handed Spey Cast

The Spey Cast, a casting technique originating in Scotland in the 1800s which is named after the river Spey. This just so happens to be one of Scotland’s highly rated salmon rivers. This intricate style of casting is best known for having little or no back cast. Essentially, this style is a more dynamic roll-cast giving anglers the ability to shoot and swing their flies… Read More »How to Make a Single Handed Spey Cast