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How to Tie a Bird of Prey Caddis

The Bird of Prey Caddis is the subject of this week’s featured fly tying video.  As Tim Flagler notes, “This is one of those patterns where all the materials work together really well to add movement, realism and general fish-catchi...
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How to Tie a Pat’s Rubber Legs

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Tier and videographer Tim Flagler demonstrates how to tie a Pat’s Rubber Legs fly pattern in this week’s featured tying video.  Says Flagler: “Pat’s Rubber Legs should need no introduction. It’s just one of those flies you have to h...

Video: How to Tie a Bully Bluegill Spider

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The Bully Bluegill Spider, tied by videographer Tim Flagler, is the subject of this week’s featured fly tying video.  Says Flagler: “On a nice, light flyrod, bluegill can be a ton of fun and this fly all but ensures you’re …

How to Tie a Holy Grail Caddis Emerger

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“For those of you seeking a weighty, truly effective, do-all caddis emerger, your quest might well have ended,” says Tim Flagler of the Holy Grail Caddis Emerger.  Tim demonstrates the steps to tie this versatile pattern and adds ti...

How to Tie a BPS Spent Caddis

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Tim Flagler ties a BPS Spent Caddis in this week’s featured tying video. This particular spent caddis pattern floats low in the water and is a great choice when  trout shun high-riding flies.

How to Tie the Dustup Caddis

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Tim Flagler ties a pattern he calls the “Dustup Caddis” in this week’s featured tying video. The entire body of the fly is created with rabbit fur dubbing, and Tim uses bleached deer hair for the wing and head.  Tim explains the … m...

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