September 05, 2020
Steelhead season is almost upon us here in Ontario, Canada. In preparation, it is time to bust out those fly tying vises and stock-up on some flies if you haven't done so already.
Nymphs are highly effective when fly fishing for steelhead on many of the Great Lakes tributaries. The video below shows how to tie a general attractor nymph that can be fished both under an indicator as well as using European nymphing techniques.
It features a brightly coloured tungsten bead providing a hot spot and a dark body that gives great contrast in deep and discoloured water.
Tie up a few and try them out on your river this fall.
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February 05, 2017
Adding flash and vibration to flies is a proven way of attracting predatory fish. A great way of doing so is to spruce up your flies with wiggle tails. The life-like action of wiggle tails are hard for the fish to resist.
In this article you find an instructional video on how to attach wiggle tails to your flies using snaps for hooks and snaps for tails.