Dry Fly Hatchmaster Mayfly

Dry Fly Hatchmaster Mayfly

Jedimaster Davie McPhail made few years ago Hatchmaster Mayfly and here is some my version of this fly.

Hook, Kamasan b400 size 14

Body, Yellow superfine dub.

Tail&WING Mallard Flank yellow color, check out the hatchmaster mayfly from link above.

Body, Green CDC

Hackle, Crazy hackle 🙂 cut 2-3cm of your dry fly hackle and put it on the duppingloop and hold the stem on the middle in loop and spinspinspin and you will get hackle loop. it will not crush or bend the fibers but they will go all over…

 

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Dry Fly Fan Wing Royal Coachman

Dry Fly Fan Wing Royal Coachman

So “fancy” dry fly version of Royal Coachman.

Hook, Mustad #10

Tail, Golden Pheasant Tippets

Body, Peacock, Red Yarn, Peacock

Wing, Small Swan feathers, can used what ever white round tipped feather.

Hackle, Brown Cascade dry hackle

 

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Dry Fly Skater

Dry Fly Skater

Been sick, been on vacation and now back! Here is some simple dry fly pattern skating dry fly. hi on water and durable!

Hook, Mustad #10, will work 8-12 even 6.

Body, For me hi-end dry fly neck, so Metz #1

For this one i pick one new feather and one that i have used, the new feathers have darker stem and the used one from tip part have light brown stem color, it gives little bit color for body.

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Wet Fly Trashpile Caddis

Wet Fly Trashpile Caddis

Something… something cased caddis / peeping caddis. made from deer hair and made for jigstyle.

Hook, Akita long and curved #10

Tail, Green Chenille and some cock hackle

Body, Dubbing loop, what ever kind of deer hair you like, for me brown black and natural

And how to make “Jigstyle” mono line and tungsten, burn the end of mono and thread the bead, put this on back side of fly so it will turn over and will work like jighook.

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Wet Fly Bead Head Bomber

Wet Fly Bead Head Bomber

Some bead nymph from Youtube! Great vid. by Ruben Martin @BeadHeadBomber. And here is my version of this fly, all ready catch some fish with it last weekend 🙂 I think i’m gonna tie few with bronze bead too. And i think my trusted old Canon 1000d is dying on me, hard to get anything sharp anymore and the pc connection is rubbish..

Hook, Mustad #10

Bead, Golden Tungsten

Tail, Golden Pheasant, Glo-brite Red

Body, Peacock

Hackle, Grizzly Whiting Hen

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Wet Fly Squirmy Worm

Wet Fly Squirmy Worm

Some wormie incoming! Great David Hise pattern Squirmy Worm with little twist, fished yesterday with the bead version and though that i need tie some light version of this fly for side fly. so here is Squirmy Worm with only little weight from wire, and wire won’t cut the worm silicon so easily. Easy to tie and i think this will last long, hope so…

Hook, kamasan b110 #14

Thread, Uni 8/0 red

Wire and Squirmy worm silicon.

And if you have wire on your bobbins you can skip the normal thread, just use small drop of superglue or uv-glue when you make the head part and cut the wire.

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Dry Fly Russeflue

Dry Fly Russeflue

Something new for today, Norway bibio Russeflue. Client asked flies for hes trip for Norway to fish some arctic char and came across of this one from some Norwegian fly page. so this one is my version of it.

Hook, kamasan b810 #14

Tail, 3mm Black Foam, cutt and burned with lighter to get round

Back, 2mm Black Foam

Wings, Cree Cock

Body, Red and Black Deer spun

Head, little bit Black Hare

 

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Wet Fly Small Black Hotback Nymph

Wet Fly Small Black Hotback Nymph

Durable little nymph, easy to tie and can be varied so many different colors, will give it to some fishing time this summer in Lapland trip!

Hook: Small long shank, for me some old mustad #14

Weight, Tungsten

Tail, Black Cock feather

Body, bulk up with some black thread and Uni-Flexx with some small caps, you can add some uv-glue if you want really harden this thing up.

Thorax, for cover Red Goose Biots and dubbing some black for me Black Hare +

 

This one is available in my store! SMALLBLACKHOTBACKNYMPH@SHOP

 

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