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Click on the links below to learn how to tie some of my favorite patterns.
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Higa's SOS (Baetis Nymph)
November 26, 2015

The S.O.S. is a fly that is new to Orvis' line of flies in 2011. A great baetis pattern that can be adapted to your local mayfly nymphs.

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Payczech Nymph
November 26, 2015

The Payczech Nymph is an easy to tie and effective pattern that stays true to form for imitating caddis larvae.

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Squatting Sumo Caddis Pupa
November 26, 2015

This unique caddis pupa pattern is versatile and just plain dope. It glows like a mother and calls in the feesh.

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Rosetta Stoned Golden Stonefly Nypmh
November 26, 2015

The Rosetta Stoned is a killer stonefly pattern. It's great choice for when you need to get your bugs deep quick.

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Lay Down Sally
November 26, 2015

The Lay Down sally is easy to tie and it hunts! What more do you want, chucko? It's proven itself to picky feesh.

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Strawberry PMD Emerger
November 26, 2015

This PMD pattern is a pattern for those pickier trout. It also floats well and is highly visible for fisherman.

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Herl May Fly
November 26, 2015

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Stealthbomber
November 26, 2015

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Sinfully Simple (S.S. Midge Larva)
November 26, 2015

This midge larvae pattern should be in every angler's box. It's extremely simple to tie and a very effective stillwater pattern.

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Bread Line BWO Emerger
November 26, 2015

BWO's often hatch in big numbers and sometimes the parachute patterns don't cut it. This pattern is easy to tie and always has a place in our boxes.

TYING TUTORIALS
December 5, 2015

December 5, 2015

December 5, 2015