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11. Sparkle Minnow - Dustin is behind the vise tying one of his all-time favorite streamers; a variation of Coffey's Sparkle Minnow. It has been one of the most productive streamers in the Pacific Northwest or anywhere you like throwing big, flashy baitfish. This pattern has also proven its effectiveness on stillwaters. We've carried these flies in the shop before and they are absolutely deadly. This fly typically works on grey days, but it gets a lot of attention on sunny days as well. Either way, you should definitely include this pattern in your streamer arsenal. To capitalize on this pattern's effectiveness, you will need a dubbing brush tool. Today we're tying this fly in pearl and silver, but you can vary things up by trying gold and pearl, which is ideal for cutthroat. MATERIALS: • TMC #300 Streamer Hook - Size 2 • 1/4" Real Eyes in Nickle/Pearl • White & Gray Maribou • Tan UV Crystal Flash • Silver Ice Dub • Dubbing Brush Tool • .025 Lead Wire - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
13. Snow Fly - How to tie a Snow Fly ~ Winter Stone. This Little Black Winter Stonefly is a perfect imitation of a juvenile stonefly hatched the Summer before. I call this pattern a Snow Fly and I use it on the river when the snow flies. This Stonefly Pattern is relatively smaller than most, but all stoneflies have to be this small at some point. I like to use a size #16 or #14 hook and sometimes I will use a little bit of flash material. The Roaring Fork River in Colorado is full of Little Black Stoneflies and the fish seek them out. If you would like to catch willing trout, consider taking a fishing vacation to Aspen or near by. You will have a great time, the fishing is as good as it gets! Go to riplips.com for information and booking. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
15. Ramsey's Goofball - The Ramsey's Goofball pattern is one of our favorites. Matt Ramsey sat down with me to tie the fly in a fall Caddis color. This is the first of two videos I will publish. This one is the fast forward version. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
19. Surf Candy - The Surf Candy is an incredible baitfish pattern for Stripers, Tunas, Salmon and any other fish that eats minnows. The Surf Candy is a realistic minnow pattern that can be tied in a variety of sizes and colors. The Surf Candy is a favorite among many east coast surf anglers, hence the name " Surf Candy". The Surf Candy can be tied in many color variations. With Olive, White, Chartreuse, Brown and Pink being the most popular among anglers. Give the Surf Candy a try! They are a must have in any Tuna fly box! - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
20. Madison Guide Cripple - When researching some dry fly patterns for my trip to Montana a few years ago, I came across this pattern that would double as a mayfly or caddis emerger. This pattern was originated by Craig Matthews out of the Blue Ribbon Flies Shop in West Yellowstone. I have been more willing to try more cripple patterns since I have fished this one. It will always have a place in my fly box. Tying: Jared Plisko - www.brooksbrownsandbows.com Film and Editing: Nick Cramer - www.agtv.net - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher