What a classic. The Slumpbuster comes for the vise of John Barr. John's book, Barr's Flies" is one of the best fly tying books that I own. I continually reference his book to refresh my tying skills and get inspiration on creating new fly patterns. If you want to catch a TOAD, this fly is certainly one to try. This fly can be effective us...
Real and artificial - A real caddis larva and two artificials.
Top 10 Flies for Mountain Stream-and-Pond Systems
Written by: Mark Weaver, The High Lonesome Ranch Fish in spring-fed mountain ponds can be both spooky and picky, so fly choice is important. Photo courtesy The High Lonesome Ranch Our fishery here at The High Lonesome Ranch starts at 7,200 feet in the Western Colorado Rockies and works its way down the North Dry Fork Valley into a series of spring-fed beaver. . .Read More »
Fly Fish Food -- Fly Tying and Fly Fishing : Drakes -- Fripple Style
March Brown nymph with coated wingcase
Twenty Pounder Stonefly Nymph Pattern
April: Fly of the Month- “The Cruncher”
The "Cruncher", Tied by Davy Wotton- Photo by Teresa "TBird" VanWinkle March 31, 2013
Grizzly Streamer from FlyTyingArchive.com fly tying blog. #flytying #flyfishing