Month: March 2012

The Modular Tube Fly – Part 1

Posted by flugfisk on March 28, 2012 in Uncategorized No Comments

One of the biggest upsides to tying on tubes, whether they be metal or plastic, is that they are highly modular with multiple options that can be swapped in and out.  Two options are the ability to easily change or add color, and the ability to add or remove weight to a pattern, all this

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Bead Head Fox Fur Bugger

Posted by flugfisk on March 24, 2012 in Uncategorized No Comments

Wrapping the spun Rhea and Flashabou over the first layer of Arctic Fox The second layer of Arctic Fox spun over the Rhea and Flashabou (above) And finally the finished product with the orange bead head   Two layers of Arctic Fox (spun), Rhea & gold Flashabou spun  together, over a flat orange diamond braid

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Winter Steelhead fishing?

Posted by flugfisk on March 4, 2012 in Uncategorized No Comments

This has not happened for me yet this season.  Between school, the new baby, and all the rain I haven’t made it out to fish for winter steelhead.  However, I have found some time to tie plenty of tube flies between studying and taking care of the new baby.   I have been playing with an

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