Friday Night Flies – Learn How to Tie Fly Fishing Flies

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

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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

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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 Fly Fishing Flies.

These Recipes were tied May 18th, 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 – Golden Gun Chironomid

Friday Night Flies - Golden Gun Chironomid-1

Friday Night Flies – Golden Gun Chironomid

The Golden Gun Chironomid is a great take on the Chromie. Both of these flys are best fished in the upper portion of the water column as they imitate chironomids that are filled with gasses and are making their ways up to the surface. When chironomids fill with gas and make their way up the water column they become very “chrome” in colours and reflect a lot of light. Tie these patterns up in a variety of colours using different “chrome” colours to match the hatch that you are seeing.


Material List

Hook: Mustad C53s Size 12-14 w/ 7/64” Gold Bead
Gills: Superfly Midge Gill
Thread: Semperfli 12/0 Nano Silk Black, Uni Stretch Black
Body: Gunmetal Flashabou, Superfly Holo Tinsel Gold 1/32”, UTC Ultra Wire Gold Small
Resin: Solarez Bone Dry


Friday Night Flies – RFR

Friday Night Flies - RFR

Friday Night Flies – RFR

Friday Night Flies – RFR (Run Forest Run) is another original FNF creation from the bench of Pro Tyer Scott LeBoldus. This streamer pattern is designed specifically for creek mouth fishing during BC’s winter run-off season. The RFR is best used with full sinking lines swung through the outflow of creeks where Salmon are known to spawn. During the winter run-off, Salmon Fry are being flushed out of their hiding spots and are heavily targeted by large hungry fish. This pattern is big, weighted, and has lots of movement to attract the attention of these fish lying in wait. Join us as Scott takes you through the step-by-step of this great fly pattern. There are a few different techniques used to make the RFR and you will be able to challenge your own tying abilities.


Material List

Hook: Mustad Streamer size 2 (R75-79580)
Thread: Uni-Thread Camel 6/0
Weight: 0.020 Lead wrap
Tail: Saddle Hackle Natural Brown, Saddle Hackle Barred Olive/Drk. Olive
Rib: Palmer Chenille small Olive
Body: Rabbit Dubbing White
Throat: Rabbit Dubbing Hot Pink, Lightnin Dub UV Pink
Lateral Line: Kreinik Metallic Flash Brown
Wing: Red Fox, Craft Fur Olive

Friday Night Flies – Cox’s Caddis Pupa

Friday Night Flies - Cox's Caddis Pupa

Friday Night Flies – Cox’s Caddis Pupa

The Cox’s caddis pupa. This universal pattern that works extremely well imitating an emerging caddis pupa for nymphing through pesty spring creeks. I like to fish it 1 ½ times the depth of the river under an indicator but also fishes well euro nymphing. It is also a good pattern for still water fishing it may-june under an indicator as well with a slow figure eight retrieve.


Material list

Hook: Mustad C49S cadis curve
Tail: Superfly krystal flash pearl
Body: UTC opal tincal med, Superfly olive scud wrap
Collar: Thin Skin molted, Superfly diamond dubbing mix olive and peacock
Head: Superfly ⅛ gun metal bead


Friday Night Flies – Learn How to Tie Fly Fishing Flies.