This Pheasant Tail comes together quickly, is super buggy, and can be altered to your color of choice.
The Copper John is the perfect fly in that it doesn't mimic one thing but represents many, and has a little bit of everything: a little flash, a little movement, a little weight.
SOFT HACKLE PHEASANT TAIL
The Pheasant Tail Nymph is as well known as any fly out there, and this is it's collared cousin. It's a quick way to fill a fly box and catch a lot of fish.
The Downtown Brown is a nifty little March Brown nymph, with a tag that serves as a hot spot.
PHEASANT TAIL NYMPH
Simple, time-tested, and effective, the Pheasant Tail Nymph (often abbreviated to 'PT') is on the short list of most anglers.
Whether you are trying to fill a box for saltwater or warm water, this baitfish pattern is a great place to start.
CROTCHA BONEFISH FLY
Why not take a perfectly good fly pattern, dissect it and add something new to create a new variation?
PAT'S RUBBER LEGS
Lance Egan ties one of his favorite stonefly patterns -- a variation of the Pat's Rubber Leg Stone.
A bluegill imitation that drives warm water species crazy!
GOLD DIGGER STONE
A stone that gets down fast. Way down. Real fast.
The Baitfish is a great pattern to practice building fast, easy, durable heads using Loon Outdoors UV Clear Fly Finish.
This is a great little snail pattern for fishing stillwater.
FAT SANCHO SHRIMP
The Fat Sancho is a saltwater shrimp imitation. It's a realistic imitation that's relatively easy to tie.
BELLY SCRATCHER SCULPIN
The Belly Scratcher Sculpin is a more realistic pattern than previous ones and very effective.