Copper John Nymph Variation
Introducing the Moonlit Copper John Variation - This pattern is the perfect variation for any fly fisherman looking new take on a time tested pattern. We designed this pattern with durability and performance in mind. It is a unique variation of John Barr's Copper John that is quick, reliable and sure to be a hit in any stream! Get your materials now to tie up your Copper Johns today and be prepared! The Copper John can be fished as an attractor, or used to imitate a Mayfly Nymph. This particular technique wraps the wire differently using two colors, but also...
USO (Unidentified Sinking Object) Nymph
This is a favorite of ours to tie and fish. We enjoy it so much because it is such a visually stunning pattern, quick to tie, and deadly effective. We love the darker colors in the wintertime combined with a metallic bead to garnish attention, but it will work in a myriad of color combinations to your hearts content. We fish it as a searching attractor nymph, or in color combos to match Mayfly Nymphs in a variety of sizes from 12 through 16 on your favorite jig hook and slotted tungsten bead. We love fishing this in a two...
Golden Stonefly Wired Body Nymph
Although we love tying and fishing all of our nymphs as soft hackles we know there are plenty of other great patterns we like to pull out of our box. This pattern is definitely one of them. Stonefly nymphs are a big part of fish food source year round as the nymphs are tumbling down the stream looking for another rock to hide under. These insects provide a good size meal and not much work to get it. If you are struggling picking up fish have some of these in your box to switch up your luck and start bringing...
Black Pine Squirrel Jig Euro Leech Pattern
This pattern can be tied in a multitude of colors and differing sizes. With how fast they are to tie, how well they catch fish, and the variety of colors and sizes to tie they are a must have in anyone's fly box. This pattern can be fished deadly on a dead drift, swing and retrieve twitch, jig action, under an indicator, or with a nymph rod and tight line technique. You better make sure you have some of these in your box tied up in sizes from size 8 to size 12, or 14 if you're feeling really adventurous. ...
Guide Choice Hares Ear Bead Head Soft Hackle Nymph
Today we are doing our spin on a timeless classic the Guides Hares Ear Soft Hackle Nymph. This pattern is a must-have in most fly fishing guides boxes. It is both quick and easy to tie, but also durable, and deadly effective. These are some very important things to look at when choosing what pattern to tie. With the materials substitutions, we make here the possibilities become endless to your imagination. This pattern can be fished anywhere you would fish a hares ear nymph and can be tied unweighted as well. We would love to see what you tie. One of...
- Brandon Moon
- dry fly
- dry fly fishing technique
- Euro Nymphing
- fly tying
- furled leaders
- guide series flies
- Hen Capes
- hen saddle
- micro streamer
- North Country Spiders
- pine squirrel
- Semperfli tying materials
- soft hackle
- Tungsten Bead
- Whiting Hackle