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Friday Night Flies – Super Squid
This squid pattern was inspired by one that @theflyboxx posted on instagram last week. It is a deadly pattern that will do really well off of the beaches here in Vancouver and it should do well to fool some fish in the rivers as well. This pattern is very versatile with the variety of colours that it can be tied in as well as with adding weight via beads or cones at the eye of the hook. Tie some up and let us know what you think!
Friday Night Flies – Chinook Moto Minnow
The Moto Minnow is one of those patterns that will catch anything. It’s also easy to tie making it a great “guide fly” to fill your boxes with. This iteration is in a color scheme that will be great for Chinook and Coho Salmon as well as Steelhead.
Friday Night Flies – Cox Pumpkinhead
A spin on the famous Pumpkinhead fly. This can be used as a leech pattern, damsel nymph and Dragonfly nymph.
Friday Night Flies – The Guide pink
I call this the guide pink fly because it was given to me by a guide in Squamish after I had lost all my flies one of my days fishing in Squamish. This fly is super simple, pretty durable and it works!!I will use this pattern as long as it keeps working.
Friday Night Flies – Doctor Dick
The Doctor Dick was developed by Vic Marchiel for fishing in the Indian River at the end of Indian Arm in North Vancouver. I found this pattern in Art Lingren’s book, “Contemporary Fly Patterns of British Columbia.” He says, “After ensuring the pattern is well established in the lie, it should be retrieved with a quick jerky motion. The results can be remarkable! It has also accounted for rainbows in excess of 4 pounds. The pattern was named after Dr. Richard (Dick) Lupton who caught his first-ever salmon on this fly at the Indian in 2001.”
Friday Night Flies – The Pink Fly
This is another pattern that I dug out of Art Lingren’s book, “Contemporary Fly Patterns of British Columbia.” This is another super easy “guide” style fly that’s easy to fill your boxes with. This pattern was developed by Ken Ruddick for Fraser River Coho, Pinks and Sockeye. You can even downsize this pattern and use it in still waters as well. The Pink Fly is a very versatile pattern and it deserves a spot in your box.
Friday Night Flies – Pink Salmon Hairwing
This is a down and dirty hair wing fly pattern that will be a great early season Pink Salmon fly. It will do really well when the Pinks aren’t as numerous at the beginning and end of the runs. You can even change the color for coho and bull trout. If you’d like a more natural fly feel free to use bucktail instead of craft fur.
Hook: TMC U503 Size 6
Thread: Superfly Superthread 6/0 Red
Tag: Superfly Superglitter Thread Red
Body: Superfly Poly Flash Pearl
Hackle: Superfly Premium Neck Hackle Salmon
Wing: White Craft Fur, Superfly Superflash Pearl, Salmon Pink Craft Fur.
Friday Night Flies – Ethan’s Damsel Fly
All damselflies are predatory; both nymphs and adults eat other insects.The males often being more brightly colored than the females, making it easy to identify which fly to use. Opportunities abound, since damselflies thrive in lakes and ponds across the nation. Hatch times vary with latitude and altitude, but broadly speaking the show opens in May, with some of the best performances taking place close to shore. The damselfly is fished slowly but steadily moving in small “Z” pattern like sequences.
Hook: Mustard C49s Size 8 w/ Mono Eyes Medium
Thread: Superfly 6/0 Tan
Tail: Elk Hair Natural or Prong Hair
Wing: Brown Hackle Tip
Body: Tan 2mm Foam, Ice Dub UV Peacock Eye, Ice Dub Rusty Brown.
Friday Night Flies – Borden Special – Pink Salmon
The Borden Special was developed by Richard Borden for coastal cutthroat in Oregon. As soon as I saw this pattern I knew that with a few tweaks to the colors and hook that it would make an effective Salmon Fly. I was not disappointed on my first outing with this pattern as we got into a bunch of Pink Salmon and I cannot wait to give this one a go for Coho Salmon as well. I want to give a big shout to Hook and Vice and Halieus Outdoors! They are 2 local clothing companies that make some amazing products are worth checking out, www.hookandvice.com www.halieusoutdoors.com