March came in like a lion, and isn’t quite going out like a lamb. Maybe “out like a lion cub” is more appropriate? Anyway, it was a fun month at the vice to be tying up some new and old patterns for the boxes. Read on!
After the long trudge of January, February always seems to move pretty quickly. The deer hair experiments that I had set out to do didn’t quite happen, but I did have some time to sit down at the vice and tie up some experimental patterns as well as necessary ones to fill the box.
We’ve come to the final post in the Fly Tying Video Feature series! Thanks for tuning in. We hope that these posts have been giving you some good inspiration at the vice over the past two months. Our final post features some general nymph imitations that don’t imitate a specific insect, but imitate a variety of them.
We’ve come to the final week of the Fly Tying Video Feature! We have two more posts to give you some inspiration at the vice.
We’re coming down to the final few posts in the Fly Tying Video Feature series, and hope that you’ve been enjoying them! Have they been giving you some new ideas at the vice?
Fly tying season has only a few weeks left – enjoy it! If you’re still stumped at the vice, we have a few more videos in the Fly Tying Video Feature series for you.
Today’s FTVF is all about Terrestrials, for those dog days of summer!
Mopey from mayflies? Crazy from caddis? Dried out on dry flies? Look no further – in today’s Fly Tying Video Feature we’re looking at some of the more creative end of the spectrum.
We’ve started out February portion of the Fly Tying Video Feature series, and have videos cued up for Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the month. We hope you’ve been enjoying the series so far!
Stumped for some ideas at the vice this week? The hope with these Fly Tying Video Features is to help you think of some different patterns to tie at the vice this winter. We’re featuring all different kinds of flies, with each post being a different category.