Scuds are a huge food base in reservoirs and tail waters. Trout key in on scuds heavily certain times of the year. The S.S. Scud ( Side Swimmer Scud ) Bring a new spin on a classic platform. New materials add super realistic properties with out super intensive tying methods.
Caddis Patterns have been one of our top choices in the last couple of weeks for picking up big fish on the snake. This one especially has been responsible for many of our great days on the water. These nymphs are one of the main food sources found in our stretch of river and the fish utilize them as a way to put pounds on fast as the cold months' approach. Want to learn how to tie this lethal little bug? This fly Tying tutorial walks you through how to fill your fly box with the good stuff! Material List: Hook: #10 scud hook Bead: copper 1/8 (tungsten or brass) Body: Skud Skirt Legs: wood duck flank Thread: 140 black...
How to tie the Balanced Chironomid In today's fly tying video, Dave walks us through how to tie this simple but deadly pattern the Balanced Chironomid This fly is pure evil when it comes to the indicator game. This fly is responsible for many big fish to the net. It's also a simple pattern if this is your first time tying balanced flies. Materials Used: Size 8 90 Degree Jig Hook Silver or Gold Pin 1/8th Silver Bear Silver Snake River Fly Scud Dub Montana Fly Midge Body Thread Brassy Silver Ultra Wire Thread: Size 140 Danville Fly Master Plus Pearl or White Darlon What to learn to tie this fly or need materials? Come by the shop and we'll...
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