A simple version of the classic baitfish pattern.
A bonefish fly with a little extra action.
Plays well as a Blue Winged Olive nymph, and is just as effective as PMD nymphs and Callibaetis nymphs. Thanks to Fly Fish Food!
This is an awesome imitation for an Alevin -- a trout or salmon fry.
A boss of a baitfish pattern for hunting bosses of fish
Fly Fishing the Ozarks ties Andreas Andersson's legendary articulated streamer.
Fly Fish Food's version of Denny Rickard's stillwater pattern; used on lakes and reservoirs all over
The nymph version of Matt Callies's Big Arse Soft Hackle. This is a stonefly with all the bells and whistles.
The perfect gateway into tying your own bonefish flies.
A bluegill imitation that drives warm water species crazy!
This is Fly Fish Food's variation on the popular Game Changer streamer from Blaine Chocklett. A great multi-articulated streamer pattern.
An excellent sculpin pattern from the brilliant minds at Fly Fish Food.
Look out, here comes the arrogant younger brother of the original Belly Scratcher Sculpin.
A great all-around midge fly pattern from Fly Fish Food that can be fished as a dropper or nymphed on the bottom.
A simple baitfish pattern that uses few materials and can be mastered quickly
The Bugle Buddy is an effective carp fly that's easy to tie.
The classic streamer from Fly Fish Food tied by Fly Fishing the Ozarks.
The Oil Slick buzzer is an extremely effective chironomid/buzzer pattern that can vary in many different ways.
Another hot little buzzer or chironomid pattern. Great for imitating the bugs just a they're getting ready to pop
Another great carp pattern, the carp sculpin is an easy fly to tie with minimal materials.
Here's an easy Callibaetis soft hackle fly pattern, great for lakes or reservoirs with these good mayfly hatches.
The Grey Boy is a popular and very effective buzzer or chironomid pattern for lakes and reservoirs. This is one of our favorites.
Very effective chironomid pattern for stillwater fly fishing
A simple yet effective midge nymph or pupa
A clean and shrimpy looking bonefish fly from Fly Fish Food.
Nobody knows how to hook up on the flats like 239 Flies. See how he makes the eyes for his salt patterns.
A beefy imitative Green Drake nymph that's also fun to tie
The Deep Dish is a great nymph to cover your callibaetis waters as well as brown drake waters.
This is half pep talk and half demonstration. If you need some encouragement to tie salt water patterns with deer hair, then this is the video for you.
A big nasty streatmer that is sure to bring it home, tied by Fly Fishing the Ozarks.
A Primarily synthetic Sculpin Pattern designed to get down deep.
A great Euro nymph pattern from fly innovator Craig McDonald.
Fly Fish Food's go-to shrimp pattern.
The bird's nest is a classic, but this version has some new twists and the addition of a hot spot on the wing case.
An unweighted fun to tie mayfly nymph. Great for callibaetis or baetis (BWO) nymphs fishing just sub-surface.
This is a great leech/bugger pattern with some added bling to it. A fish-catching machine.
An articulated zombie (Frankensteinish) streamer pattern borrowing aspect from some of our other streamers.
From the bench of 239 Flies, this is a soft-landing redfish or snook fly that comes together pretty easily.
A mash up of a Mega Prince and a Girdle Bug/Pat's Rubber Legs with some additional flare.
The iconic pattern from 239 Flies.
Similar to the Gangster Gurgler, but sinks rather than floats.
This is a technique more than a pattern, but it doesn't get much easier in terms of tying eggs.
A stone that gets down fast. Way down. Real fast.
The Grumpy Frumpy is one of our favorite all-around attractor dry flies.
A great full-bodied streamer pattern that the fish dig, from Fly Fish Food.
Hare's ear is an effective variation of the standard pattern and it's super-easy to tie.
A jig hook, a hot spot and the perfect amount of flash make this an excellent trout nymph.
A flashy kreelex fly variation that works great as an attractor style streamer
Developed for redfish/snook, this pattern has also been effectively used for tarpon, bonefish, and permit.
A great nymph with Coq De Leon soft hackle and a nice heavy bead to sink fast.
One of our favorite mayfly imitations.
From Fly Fish Food's Low Fat series, this is a great little minnow that imitates a perch.
From Fly Fish Food's Low Fat series, this is a great little minnow that imitates a bluegill
The M3 Baetis, from Michael Faulkinbury, uses minimal materials but is an effective mayfly nymph.
A great brown drake soft hackle style emerger or drowned adult fly pattern
Another installment in the 'Mil-Spec' series from Fly Fish Food. Simple and easy to tie, this is a realistic cripple pattern.
A great addition to a baetis box, this is a relatively easy cripple pattern.
A great little mayfly emerger using the Mil-Spec style body with the traditional loop wing feature.
The Mil-Spec mayfly nymph is an easy but realistic mayfly (blue-winged olive, PMD, etc) pattern.
A smaller version of the world famous, iconic, wildly-popular streamer pattern, the Cheech Leech.
A streamer for the days when you're looking to wreck shop. Bring your net (and your good shoulder).
If you like to throw mice, check out Mousey McMouse Face for a great fly pattern to try.
Another simple pattern from the Mil-Spec series. This is an easy soft hackle for any mayfly hatch.
The colors have been changed in honor of the 4th, but this steelhead fly is real.
Great crab pattern for saltwater destinations, from Fly Fish Food.
This is variation on the muddler mayfly style dry fly imitation.
A baetis that kills it, especially in stillwater.
Ugly Bugs, Roaches or more commonly called Pat's Rubber Legs or a girdle bug. This great stonefly nymph fishes well and our friends at Fly Fish Food put a great new spin on it.
Bead headed steelhead pattern. A little action, a little buggy, and very versatile.
Also known as the Tarpon Bunny, this is a simple and killer tarpon bunny.
The quill pupa is a smaller version of a common style of bigger chironomids or buzzer style flies.
This is a relatively realistic and easy to tie mayfly pattern.
A simple redfish pattern that works well for snook or anything else that eats shrimp or small baitfish.
Named after Captain Schmidt from Mississippi, but fishes everywhere. It's a tarpon fly with a redfish twist.
A killer sculpin pattern from our friends at Fly Fish Food.
A jiggy sorta bugger fly pattern with a cool powder paint job on the cone head, from Fly Fish Food.
The Solar Panel Nymph is a style of pattern that can be used with mayflies, stoneflies and even caddis larva.
If you need a smaller more sparkly but svelte bloodworm imitation for smaller midges on rivers or even lakes, Fly Fish Food has the ticket.
One of the better midge dry fly patterns we've used, from one of the best tyers around. Works great during the emerger/adult transition.
A beauty of a mayfly pattern, and a great addition to a flybox.
A bunny based tarpon hunter
A great little snail pattern for fishing stillwater, from the genius of Fly Fish Food.
Here's a quick and easy jig pattern for you to try. Effective yet simple to tie.
The great things about a zebra midge are that it is among the easiest flies to tie, and it can easily be modified to be tied in a wide range or colors and variations.
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