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These Recipes were tied May 19th, 2017. Enjoy the Videos! Join us again next Friday at 5pm Pacific Standard time and watch live.
Learn How to Tie Flies for Fly Fishing. Fly tying instruction.
Friday Night Flies – Spratley Minnow
Another fry pattern that’s a pretty easy tie. Great anytime you have minnows in the water and super easy to change up the colors to represent different species of bait fish.
Hook : size 6 straight eye
Thread : blue ultra 140
Tail: white marabou
Rib : silver tinsel
Wing : blue and white superhair and white marabou
Throat: red polar bear
Eyes: tape eyes
Uv cure : solarez uv cute thick and thin Superglue.
Friday Night Flies – BK Gomphus
Over the past week we have been extensively testing this Dragonfly pattern with great success. Not to boast but the pattern has only been catching big fish. This dragon pattern works well with a very fast sinking line with a leader length between 10′ – 12′. Your heavy line will be in the weeds and the fly will sit just up out of them, similar to a booby pattern. When you strip this pattern it darts toward the bottom making it very attractive to feeding fish, get it before it disappears on the bottom.
Hook: Size 4 streamer
Thread: 6/0 olive uni thread
Body: Olive deer hair
Tail: Pheasant Tail
Colar: Diamond Dubbing Black bronze
Wing: Pheasant Tail
Eyes: Black pearl chain
Solarez UV cured the head.
Friday Night Flies – GB-Brown and silver Caddis Pupa FNF Variant
Caddis pupas are on the move in the rivers with the warming temperatures as summer approaches. George Benavidez came up with this winning pattern. As always FNF takes what’s great and takes it over the edge. Enjoy the video and tight lines.
Hook: size 8 curved caddis
Bead: Copper 5/32
Weight: Lead wrap .020
Thread: Uni-Thread Camel 6/0
Rib: Silver Round Braid small
Body: Uni-Mylar Gold/Silver 3/64, Ultra Chenille Olive small
Atteni: Ringneck Phesant
Thorax: Lightnining Dub Olive, Peacock herl.