Euro nymphs are deadly patterns that can used with a standard Euronymphing rig or dead-drifted under an indicator. This article discusses various types of Euro nymphs and why they are so effective.
The Hare and Copper Variant is a Euro nymph that catches trout everywhere, which is why it is one of our confidence flies. This article explains how to tie this effective pattern.
The Baetis Emerger Cripple is a deadly pattern for fishing during any Baetis hatch, but especially during those when trout are keying on the emerger stage. Here’s how to tie it and tips for catching more trout with it.
Dry fly fishing in the rain is often productive, but it can be a challenge to keep your flies floating, but this article tells you how.
I discovered this archaic pattern in the book Simple Flies by Morgan Lyle. The story goes that Frank Sawyer, the same guy that developed the venerable Pheasant Tail Nymph, created this fly, too. Mr. Sawyer was the caretaker, or River Keeper as they are known in the United Kingdom, of the River Avon. One of
Although synthetic materials have certainly grown in popularity in recent years, some of the best materials for tying flies are and always will be natural feathers and fur. Pheasant tails are a prime example. Not only is this the primary ingredient for its namesake, the Pheasant Tail Nymph, but it’s a major component of countless
Hobbies can be expensive, and fly fishing is no different. Good gear isn’t cheap, and the longer you fly fish, and the more involved you get in the sport, the more expensive that gear will tend to be. However, just getting started in fly fishing doesn’t have to break the bank. You can still get