Micro streamers are lethal fly options for picky trout in any body of water. Pair that up with the euro nymph style approach and get ready for a sore arm. Our newest material Club Dub is SRFs spin on some of the synthetic seal materials already on the market but with a touch more flash and in some crazy custom colors for western trout.
We kick off our beginning fly tying series with the zebra midge. This pattern is responsible for a lot of fish to the net and has been around a long time. Midge are a prolific food source for trout and can be found in just about every body of water. Beauty of this pattern is you can tie them super fast and in a large range of colors and sizes to cover all your bases.
The original JJ special was developed for fishing the snake system for trout. A killer fly to use wherever crayfish call home. The baby JJ is a sized down version of an already super effective pattern designed to target carp. This mini crawdad get hoovered up pretty much every time a carp crosses paths with it!
Trout love leeches and just about every lake or river has them. This makes leeches a pretty safe bet when trying to figure out what fly to fish with. The SRF mini leech can be fished in many ways and at times can imitate more than one food source. So at the end of the day tie more leeches and fish more leeches haha!
In todays video Larry is breaking down how to tie up right and dived wings for a lot of classic and new dry fly patterns. Using mallard flank, turkey flats, CDC, and calf tail he will break down tricks for handling each material and how to get the perfect wing every time.
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