A mix of bulk and length make the Half and Half fly popular for fresh- and saltwater anglers.
Tie Brad Lowman's Baitfish Fly
Tie the Deep Silhouette
Here's one bonefish fly that seems to work no matter where you fish.
The Ballyhoo Bully fly gives you a fighting chance to hook up to offshore pelagics.
Tie a super-simple fly that baby tarpon can't resist.
A shrimpy-profile bonefish pattern yields results on a variety of other species as well.
Tie a buggy-profile mantis shrimp imitation to fool big bonefish.
How to tie the Brush Back baitfish imitation for saltwater
Tying the Welded Wide Body Hook Up Baitfish Fly. When fishing oyster beds and eelgrass, many wide-body baitfish patterns that ride hook down will snag. Experiment with this baitfish imitation that swims hook point up.
This fly is a new twist on two popular patterns
Tying the HPU Weedless
How to tie Editor John Frazier's Fighting Crab fly.