Month: April 2021

Posted in The Flies Wet Flies

Fly Tying the Montreal (Classic Winged Wet Fly Pattern)

Created in the mid-1800s by Peter Cowen of Quebec, Canada, this classic winged wet fly has truly stood the test of time. Hugely popular in…

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Fly Tying an All-Fur Swimmer (Dave Hughes’ All-Fur Wet Flies)

Similar to Polly Rosborough’s Fuzzy Nymphs, Dave Hughes’ all-fur wet flies are simple and some of the most effective general nymph/wet patterns out there. You…

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Fly Tying a Blue Winged Olive Nymph (Mayfly Trout Pattern)

One of the more prevalent mayfly patterns, the Blue Winged Olive hatches in trout waters throughout the country. This easy-to-tie pattern can easily be changed…

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