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  • Uploaded: Dec 31, 2012
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Double-Dot Egg Fly

Double-Dot Egg Fly

A very effective Steelhead egg. If you would like to purchase this fly or many others please visit wetsdriesandnymphs.blogspot.com (Note: We are currently working on the site right now but they should be up and ready by mid-january of 2013.)

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  • Uploaded: Mar 22, 2011
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  • Instructions: Yes!
Tarcher PT

Tarcher PT

From what I know, these "tarcher style" flies are credited to Ken Iwasama.  The keel-weighted, hook point-up, back arched attitude of the nymph creates a realistic profile of a swimming nymph.  I just recently began tying these bu ...

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  • Uploaded: Mar 16, 2011
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Darth Clam

Darth Clam

The clam fly, Darth Clam is the genesis of the desire to target those big carp who voraciously feed on freshwater mussel beds, as well as other molluscivorous fish like freshwater drum, redhorse, and other sucker species. I came across the idea for a ...

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  • Uploaded: Jan 14, 2011
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Mother Bear

Mother Bear

I was sitting in my hot tub a month or so ago, and as I stepped out, I spooked a female Black Bear that had walked up to it - it was two feet from me.  I struggled to get "Bbbeeeaaarrr!" out before it bound over the deck and ...

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  • Uploaded: May 7, 2010
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  • Instructions: Yes!
Clown Shoe Caddis

Clown Shoe Caddis

Jay Zimmerman's Clown Shoe Caddis dry fly (known regionally as the Boulder Creek Caddis). It is a super buoyant, highly visible and easy to tie fly commonly used as a mule to carry large dropper nymphs. Fly fishing guides love this fly as it is ve ...

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  • Uploaded: Feb 22, 2010
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Para-Hackle Emerger

Para-Hackle Emerger

Above PictureA pair of Para-Hackle Emergers. Endless variations exist just by changing the hook thickness (for extra sink), the color of the thread, the dubbing and the hackle. Here, (L) a darker bodied PHE with dun hackle imitates a BWO emerger, whe ...

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  • Uploaded: Feb 8, 2010
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The Hopper Juan

The Hopper Juan

At last, the blueprint for my Hopper Juan. The Hopper Juan was created in a desire to have a highly visible hopper pattern that covered a few criteria of mine: First, I wanted a pattern that I could call my own; I didn’t want to copy something ...

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  • Uploaded: Sep 14, 2009
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"The Black Cat"

"The Black Cat"

Party wig hair is probably one of the best and least used materials for tying with. It retains very little water,is extremely light and has a truly fantastic motion through the water. More so than any other synthetic material on the market today. Not ...

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  • Uploaded: Aug 27, 2009
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  • Instructions: Yes!
The Simple Simon baitfish

The Simple Simon baitfish

When I looked at the flies other fly-fishermen are using to target Walleye/Zander, I found the only criteria they followed was to generally have a weighted head. Materials used varied, yet bucktail & plenty of flash is very popular tied clouser styli ...

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  • Uploaded: Aug 24, 2009
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Eyed Critter Steelhead

Eyed Critter Steelhead

When you're looking for something big, ugly and heavy - this is the fly to choose. This fly came about while I was trying to come up with something big to fling with my spey rod. I also tie a lot of steelhead jigs and my favorite the past couple se ...