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The Knob Job Fly
This fly tips it's hat to John Barr's Meat Whistle and Kelly Galloup,s Tips Up both killing big fish flies in their own right. The Knob Job is tied with a jug hook in front giving the wight and a keel hook behind providing a large hook gap when the popper head is added. Resulting a killing hook hold and a killing fly that can be fished slow across the river or lake bottom. The very fly tied in this video took a 5 pound brown on its first outing. Tight Lines All. Oh the Craft Beer this week was Cocker Hoop from the Jennings Brewery in the Lake District
Sheet Foam Pencil Popper

Hook: Long Shank #1/0 - #4
Thread: Mono
Tail: GSS / Crazy Legs
Body: Sticky Back Foam
Eyes: Gator Eyes
UV Resin

Cup Head Popper

A how to video for fly tiers on how to tie a foam cupped popper.

A must have fly for small species for any fly fisherman who loves fly fishing for surface feeding fish.

This little popper will amaze you with how well it 'BLOOPS'. Great for Bass, Barra, Cod, Tarpon, etc

Barramundi Fishing, Permit Fishing, Tusk Fish Fishing are among my most popular video's.

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Fishing with poppers for smallmouth...

Ian & Charity Rutter discuss fly fishing for smallmouth bass with popping bugs in rivers and streams around the Smoky Mountain region.

Mid summer float through the Nolichucky Gorge throwing top water poppers for smallmouth bass!!! Every fish you see in this video was caught and released usin.

Fly fishing on a small MN river in August using Roadkill bass poppers. Brad Miller lands a 19 beautiful smallmouth bass. Roadkill poppers are exclusive to F.

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Poppa
Compilation of popper bites from a few days of fly fishing for big red fish in the Louisiana marsh. Flywater expeditions was there to capture it all!!
Jim and Jeff's Llanolope
This fly is a VERY effective popper pattern that was developed by our good friends Jim Gray and Jeff Hoelter. We fish this pattern all over the Texas Hill Country and have had fantastic results! If you have any questions about the pattern or how to tie it just call the shop at (512) 507-7733.

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