Videos by Living Waters Fly Fishing

LWFF Spanflex Midge

This is one of our in house midge patterns that Chris designed several years ago. It's an extremely easy fly to tie and has proved its worth as a trout magnet! Normally we fish this midge as a dropper; however, if you put some floatant on the CDC emerger wing, it will float in the surface film. Tie a few of these up and let us know how you do! Call the shop at (512) 828-FISH if you have any questions about how to tie or fish this pattern!

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.

LWFF Glow Bug Egg

This pattern is one of our favorite attractor patterns for Guadalupe River trout. Its simple to tie and you can finish a dozen in no time at all once you learn the basics of the pattern. Although, there are many different ways to tie this fly, we tie our version completely on the top side of the hook in order to keep the hook gap clear for good hook sets! Call the shop at (512) 828-3474 if you have any questions about the pattern.

Jim's Damsel

This fly was originally tied by our good friend Jim Gray. We sell it in the shop under the name "Jim's Damsel" to give credit where credit was due. It is a simple fly to tie and has caught just about every freshwater species we have cast it at! This is our #1 central Texas carp fly as well! Tie a few up for your box and send us pictures of the results!

LWFF's Brushy Creek Streamer

This is one of our all time favorite flies to fish on Brushy Creek for bass and sunfish. This fly was created specifically for our home water and has produced outstanding results everywhere we have fished it!

Matt's Llano Critter

This is one of our in-house patterns that absolutely wears bass out on local rivers! Matt Bennett is the creator of the Llano Critter and he breaks down the tying process in this short instructional video.