How to tie the Thin Mint Streamer. The Thin Mint is a wooly bugger variation that is very effective on lakes and rivers. Lake fish will take this as a leech, dragon fly, or damsel fly nymph. On tailwater rivers, the thin mint has proven itself as must have small streamer pattern
This pattern utilizes some of the new materials from Hareline Dubbin, and makes for a really cool baitfish pattern! Perfect for warmwater species like bass and walleye, and equally effective on trout. Tie a few up in various colors to match your local baitfish.
Ryan shows you how to tie a simple but incredibly effective pattern, the Hot Head Pine Squirrel Leech. This is one of our go to patterns on the North Platte River near Casper, Wyoming, as well as throughout the Black Hills when the water is colored. Brown, Black, and Natural are three of the most effective colors!
Buy Materials Here – Tungsten Hot Bead Pine Squirrel Leech Materials List
Hook – Daiichi 1270
Bead – Hareline Plummeting Tungsten Bead Pink Jawbreaker
Thread – 70 or 140 Denier...
The Clouser Minnow is easily one of the most popular warmwater fly patterns ever tied, and for good reason – it catches fish in just about every situation! This variation on the original replaces the Krystal Flash with a new Hareline material called Ripple Ice Fiber, and it gives the overall fly some more depth and a little different look. This is one of our favorite patterns for fishing White Bass in the spring on the Missouri River near Pierre, SD. It’s a killer for just about every warmwater species...
Ryan ties his Flexmaster Streamer, which uses some of the new materials we have in the shop from Hareline Dubbin. This fly is equally effective on trout as it is on warmwater species!