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Teal & Brown Jig Fly

Ryan Gabert brown easy fly tying Fly Tying Video jig nymph Nymphs simple straggle string teal Uncategorized video

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While this isn’t the most complicated fly, it’s a good box filler that the fish dig. Brown works great, but black and olive both work great as well. This is a solid all-around nymph for the Black Hills and beyond!

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Fly Tying with Ryan - Pike Tube Fly

Ryan Gabert fly tying Fly Tying Video northern pike pike tube fly Uncategorized Warmwater Flies

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Pike tube flies are becoming more popular due to their longevity and being able to rig them up in a number of ways. This simple tie lends itself well to variation, and can be tied to mimic just about anything that swims. Chartreuse, Olive, Black, and White have been our best colors, but adjust as needed!

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Fly Tying with Hans - Ripple Ice Minnow

Ryan Gabert Bass fly tying Fly Tying Video hans ripple ice minnow streamer Streamers Uncategorized Walleye Warmwater Warmwater Flies

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.

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Fly Tying with Ryan Tungsten Hot Head Pine Squirrel Leech

Ryan Gabert fly tying Fly Tying Video hot head leech Nymphs squirrel leech Streamers tungsten Uncategorized

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!

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Materials List

Hook – Daiichi 1270

Bead – Hareline Plummeting Tungsten Bead Pink Jawbreaker

Thread – 70 or 140 Denier...

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Fly Tying with Dave - Bug Gut Scud

Ryan Gabert bug gut scud dave gamet fly tying Fly Tying Video nymph Nymphs scud Uncategorized

Dave Gamet ties his Bug Gut Scud, which incorporates a bit of a different technique to form the legs than a traditional scud pattern. This fly is effective anywhere trout eat scuds, especially in tailwaters and spring creeks. Adjust the colors as needed!

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Materials List

Hook – Daiichi 1120 or Tiemco 2457

Underbody – Twistons or Lighning Strike Flat Lead

Body – Kiley’s Nymph Skins

Thread – 70 Denier Danville

Legs – UV Ice Dub


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