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Cabin Fever Fly Tying

Posted by on February 10, 2015

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My usual mid-winter cabin fever fly tying has kicked in with patterns ranging from small trout flies to larger streamers, and even some saltwater stuff for my trips to the Everglades thrown in there.  One thing about being a fly angler in the midwest is that it can force a person to learn to tie so many types of flies for all the situations we have within a few hours drive.  Trout, bass, steelhead, pike, muskie, carp, and then the occasional trip out of town to chase more exotic species in the salt all require their own fly patterns.  Which can sometimes make my head spin when I sit down at the vice.

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BWO nymph

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Soft hackle with mono eyes


Extended body crane fly

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Shrimp gurgler


Everglades Special





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