Friday, April 18, 2014

Tricky Rabbit

Tricky Rabbit

Tricky Rabbit tied by Brandon Barber: “This is about as simple as it gets, fly tying 101. Problem is, you just can’t find these things commercially. These flies are to mimic a Zoom Trick work, floating soft plastic worm….”

Levi’s Struggling Baitfish

Levi’s Struggling Baitfish

Levi’s Struggling Baitfish submitted by Mike McKracken: “Developed based on seeing bass chasing bluegill in local ponds. Also, I was intrigued with the nature of this hook in riding point up…”

BB’s Perch

BB’s Perch

BB’s Perch tied and submitted by: Brandon Barber: “This pattern was created to better match the overall profile of the local yellow perch….

The Vee Tail

The Vee Tail

The Vee Tail tied by Michelle Wetherbee: “I came up with this pattern after watching a some teenagers catching crappie on a twin tail soft plasitc grub. I decided to try to tie a fly that would work the same way….”

Frogger

Frogger

Frogger tied by Mike Evans: “I love fishing for bass on the surface. There are a lot frogs in a couple ponds I fish, so this pattern just made sense.”

Jae’s Channel No. 5

Jae’s Channel No. 5

Jae’s Channel No. 5 tied by Jason Estrella: “This is an inshore fly specifically tied for speckled trout and redfish along the mid coast of Texas. I like to use a baitfish pattern in the many channels fished around Corpus Christi….”

Letera Crawfish

Letera Crawfish

Letera Crawfish tied by Aaron Letera: “I developed this pattern to fish for large trout and smallmouth bass. There was a void in my fly box that needed to be filled and this pattern was it….”

Fish Foolin’ Frog

Fish Foolin’ Frog

Fish Foolin’ Frog tied by Jeff Price: “Through trial and error I found that the green with yellow and black spots worked like a charm for smallmouth and panfish in the Monocacy River near Frederick, Maryland. I tightened my dots up and made them smaller…..”

Steve’s Spuddler

Steve’s Spuddler

Steve’s Spuddler

Fish Foolin’ Frog

Fish Foolin’ Frog

Fish Foolin’ Frog tied by Jeff Price: “I love fishing poppers for smallmouth and panfish during the Spring, Summer and Fall months. I could never seem to get the right size I was looking for so I decided to start making my own….”

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