At the Bench: Caddis Larva

After hearing about some people at the Farmington who tightline bait, such as meal worms, I decided to play around at the tying bench. Will it hunt? Goofing around at the tying bench. #flytying #flyfishing #euronymphing #orvis A post shared by BlogFlyFish (@blogflyfish) on Sep 9, 2017 at 5:38am PDT Moreover, I’ve had good luck

At the Bench: My Lucky Perdigón

Last autumn, I landed my personal best trout. It was a 22″ buck brown. I couldn’t believe my luck. View this post on Instagram Orange did well last autumn. So, tying some more #Perdigones with orange hot spots. #flyfishing #flytying #orvis A post shared by (@blogflyfish) on Aug 29, 2017 at 12:22pm PDT The

Pheasant Tail Variants

I’m continuing to tie flies with different colors. As I wrote yesterday, I’m doing this for experimentation, but, also, to have something different to throw to pressured fish. “Variants” have been very effective (prior post here). I think the ol’ Pheasant Tail is a great fly pattern. I like making them on barbless and curved