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Leather Larva Caddis Fly Tying Tutorial

Caddis are huge players in our fly boxes for a couple reasons. One trout love em, and they are just about everywhere in the west. Today Larry is showing us one of his go patterns for fishing the main snake. The caddis in these stretches tend to be on the larger size and so the leather larva was born. Big profile, life like texture when wet, and super durable.

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Montana Pat Rubber Leg Stone Fly Nymph

  In today's video Larry is showing us a new spin on the rubber leg nymph. This is a mixture between two classics. The pats rubber leg and the Montana stone nymph. Big meaty nymph that is going to be a must have as we get closer to the salmon fly hatch. Material List: Thread: Semperfli 6/0 waxed thread Hooks: SRF Bent Shank Streamer Hook Tail: Lazer Legs Fall Hopper Abdomen: Black Krystal Chenille Legs: Lazer Legs Fall Hopper Thorax/Head: Big Cat Scat Bengal Tiger Split case: Krystal chenille black  Hot spot: Krystal chenille Antenna: Lazer Legs Fall Hopper Lead: .35 lead wire

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Techno Game Changer Fly Tying Tutorial

The Gamechanger fly pattern is one of the most realistic bugs out there. Tons of awesome variations so we decided to add one to the mix. We find that most recipes call for a lot of trimming, time, and material. Techno Bunny simplified the process while getting the same results.  

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Black Friday & Cyber Monday Fly Fishing Deals!

The Holidays are approaching fast and we are gearing up for some super sales that will keep all the fishy people in your life happy! We will have up to 25% off SRF materials, BOGO on some of your favorites, and much more! If you haven't signed up for our newsletter now is the time so you don't miss out on updates and coupon codes that will make your holiday shopping a breeze.

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Fall Fly Fishing in Snake River Country

       Fall fishing is one of our favorite times of the year at Snake River Fly.  Sure, the glory hatches are dwindling and the days get shorter and nights get longer, but the fishing can be amazing!  Matching the hatch this time of year can be tougher than in mid summer.  Typically the bugs get smaller and the fish can be selective after a long summer of anglers casting everything in the box at them.  However,  The fall fisherman can find trout willing to play if they switch their tactics to match the food source available.      Minnows and other baitfish that have spent most of the summer in the shallow and protective waters near shore are...

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