Friday Night Flies – Learn How to Tie Fly Fishing Flies

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Friday Night Flies - Tying a fly fishing recipe for the Weekend every Friday Night!
Friday Night Flies

Learn How to Tie Flies for Fly Fishing and fly patterns for fly fishing in British Columbia Canada and the World.

Fly Tying Instruction and Fly Tying Videos

First off, Thank you for visiting our website Friday Night Flies. We are a bunch of guys that completely enjoy everything about fly fishing and fly tying. Our videos show you Fly Tying techniques and Tricks to help you catch more fish while fly fishing.  Every week Friday Night Flies will tie a new fly for fly fishing, a recipe that is guaranteed to help you catch fish in British Columbia, Canada and World Wide!  Our local fly tiers tie fly patterns live from either our Facebook Channel or YouTube Channel.   It will be fully interactive so that if you have any questions feel free to get your questions answered live.

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Friday Night Flies - Learn How to Tie Fly Fishing Flies

Friday Night Flies is brought to you by Tiers Scott LeBoldus, Zach Copland, Scott Holmes, Ethan Cox, Dana Harrison, and Producer/Tier Brad Knowles.

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For those of you that want the upper hand this Spring The boys from Friday Night Flies have compiled our Favorite Early Season Fly Fishing Fly Patterns in British Columbia Canada.

Early Season Fly Fishing Fly Patterns in British Columbia Canada

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Learn How to Tie Flies for Fly Fishing.  Fly tying instruction.

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Learn How to Tie Fly Fishing Flies.

These Recipes were tied May 11th, 2018. Enjoy the Videos! Join us again next Friday at 5pm Pacific Standard time and watch live on our You Tube channel.


Friday Night Flies - EC Caddis Emerger

Friday Night Flies – EC Caddis Emerger

Friday Night Flies – EC Caddis Emerger

The Friday Night Flies – EC Caddis Emerger is a pattern that easily takes up a lot of spaces in my “early season” box. This pattern was designed by Sierran Flyfisher, Ralph Cutter back in 1981. The parachute wrapped hackle presents this fly down into the surface film. The two toned body mimics the nymph still partially stuck in the husk adding to the attractiveness of this pattern. There are many colour variations to this fly out there and just as many style variants. Try out a few of your own by following along with our Pro Tyer, Scott LeBoldus.

Material List:

Hook: Mustad Dry size 10 (R50-94840)
Thread: Uni-Thread Camel 8/0
Husk: Superfly Glitter Thread 230 Den Brown, Olive
Body: Awesome Possum Golden Olive
Thorax: Superfly Diamond Dub Olive Peacock
Hackle: Chinese Cock Cape Burnt Orange
Wing: Natural Elk Hair (Chinook Wind Outfitters)

 


Friday Night Flies - Early Damsel Nymph

Friday Night Flies – Early Damsel Nymph

Friday Night Flies – Co Chironomid

If you stillwater fish any amount of time during the year you know that chironomids are a must have pattern in your stillwater arsenal. I was out fishing a week ago and I took a throat sample from a fish that I caught and I noticed that the chironomid that it had eaten had very distinct silver bands on its body. These bands form while they fill up with gasses to help them ascend to the surface to hatch. The olive coloration was also noticeable but not as significant as the silver ribbing. Play around with this pattern in different colours as chironomids come in a wide range of colours and it is always good to have a large variety at your disposal.

Material List

Hook: Mustad C49s Size 10-12 w/ 1/8” or 7/64” White Bead
Thread: UTC70 Burnt Orange, Uni Stretch Black
Body: Gunmetal Flashabou, Superfly Stillwater Solutions Midge Stretch Floss Chaoborus
Green, Silver Mylar Small
Resin: Solarez Bone Dry

 


Friday Night Flies - Peanut Circus

Friday Night Flies – Peanut Circus

Friday Night Flies – Peanut Circus

The Peanut Circus was designed by Russ Madden when he worked in Michigan. The Peanut Circus is a great brown trout pattern. It’s a big meaty streamer that pretty much represents any bait fish. Don’t hesitate to tie this pattern and use it on smaller streams too. Big trout eat big flies.

Material List

Tail Section
Hook: Mustad C52S BLN stinger deer hair size 4
Thread: Superfly 6/0 chartreuse
Tail: Superfly olive marabou
Body: Chook Wind Outfitters 15mm plush chenille fluoro yellow
Body hackle: Superfly black saddle hackle
Head: Purple silly legs

Main Body
Hook:  Mustad C52S BLN stinger deer hair size 4
Thread: Superfly 6/0 chartreuse
Eyes: Fly eyes plus M 3/16
Tail: Superfly olive marabou
Body: Chook Wind Outfitters 15mm plush chenille fluoro yellow
Body hackle: Superfly black saddle hackle
Head: Purple silly legs

 


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Friday Night Flies is brought to you by Tiers Scott LeBoldus, Zach Copland, Scott Holmes, Ethan Cox, Dana Harrison, and Producer Brad Knowles.

Friday Night Flies – Zug Bug

Friday Night Flies – Zug Bug was invented by Cliff Zug in the early 1930’s as a cased caddis,it is a great searching pattern and it does a good  job representing numerous insects.Cast and retrieve, dead drift, or swing this pattern as it truly a versatile pattern. It is listed as one of the worlds top ten nymphs..I had never used or tied this pattern until last week but Chinook Wind Outfitters had sent us “THE BOX” of materials and the Peacock sword was one of the items that really caught my eye. A little research into uses for the Peacock sword and the Zug Bug seemed like a great choice. This pattern is a slayer and I won’t feel comfortable unless my stillwater and river box has a few variations.

Material List

Thread : Uni 6/0 black
Hook : Mustad S82-3906B size 12 nymph , Sproat hook
Tail : Peacock Sword
Body : Peacock Herl
Rib : Silver tinsel or wire
Shell case : Mallard Flank
Collar : Hackle fibre
UV cure : Solarez uv cure

 


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