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Jan 21. 2021
The Buckhorn Bully is a simple fly pattern and can be tied in any number of color combinations. Use your favorite jig hook for the fly pattern and play around with the color of the bead you use.
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Jan 21. 2021
One of the lesser known but still effective old grayling and trout patterns, with couple of nice body techniques with peacock herl.
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Jan 21. 2021
This variant of the semi realistic Solomon caddis pupa is a relative easy tie and has a few nice techniques to take further on other patterns.
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Jan 21. 2021
For me this is one of the very best emerger patterns that can be used for both midges and mayflies.
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Jan 21. 2021
A wonderful little pattern that, as the name suggests, is a composition of several better known patterns. This is a simple tie that will cover most dry fly situations when grayling fishing.
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Jan 21. 2021
One of my favourite patterns for when the fish won't have anything bright and prefer something more buggy and natural looking.
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Jan 21. 2021
A little effective variant of the classic that you can fish in both still and running water all year round. A couple of nice techniques here to take further on other patterns.
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Jan 20. 2021
Detailed instructions for tying a Frozen Fox streamer.
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Jan 19. 2021
Red Cheeked Buzzer for the Irish Loughs
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Jan 19. 2021
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Jan 19. 2021
Whether you call it the duo, New Zealand style, hedged bet or klink & dink, hanging a nymph of of a dry fly is an absolutely deadly method at times.
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Jan 19. 2021
Materials Used; Hook, Fulling Mill Competition Heavyweight size 12 Thread, Uni-8/0 Black Tail, Light Speckled Coq de Leon or Grizzle Fibres Rib, Fine Silver Wire

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