Stacking Vs Spinning Deer Hair With Pat Cohen

There's no doubt that everyone who attended Pat Cohen's seminars here went home with new tricks and ideas that'll make them better fly tiers. Whether you couldn't make it, need a refresher, or are just searching for solutions to common fly tying and deer hair work problems - this seminar highlights mini series provides some [...]

Using The Right Thread For Deer Hair Work With Pat Cohen

There's no doubt that everyone who attended Pat Cohen's seminars here went home with new tricks and ideas that'll make them better fly tiers. Whether you couldn't make it, need a refresher, or are just searching for solutions to common fly tying and deer hair work problems - this seminar highlights mini series provides some [...]

Tying The Foam Palolo

Palolo worm flies are a staple in any good tarpon fly box. Migrating tarpon have a weakness for these little red worms and their strong disposition to suck in a worm fly at any point in the season makes the Foam Palolo an excellent choice when trying to feed seemingly undistractable oceanside swimmers. Watching a [...]

Tying The What’s Up Dock

What are snook in the dock and bridge lights looking for? What's Up Docks. Well, actually tiny shrimp and glass minnows that are attracted to the lights, but to the snook the What's Up Dock is exactly that. Designed by shop owner Darren Selznick, this fly has been producing snook under the stars since 2003. [...]

How To Tie The Red Jig Slider

Watch on YouTube Exactly as the name suggests, the Red Jig Slider is a slider-style fly, on a jig hook, for redfish from Louisiana to Key Largo. The fly's successful track record can be attributed to how it pushes a good amount of water, has a ton of food-like movement from all the rabbit, and gets [...]

How To Tie The Polar Fiber Minnow

Watch on YouTube The Polar Fiber Minnow is one of our favorite all around patterns to imitate small baitfish. When tied correctly, the Polar Fiber naturally tapers into an unmistakably fishy profile that breathes and twitches with pure fluidity. We'd go so far as to call this fly a modern Lefty's Deceiver due to its [...]

Tying The Eat Me Fly (Ole Florida Style)

Watch on YouTube The Eat Me fly is one of the most productive patterns for just about any fish that eats smaller fish. Originally tied by Capt. Scott Hamilton for his offshore quarries, the Ole Florida style differs in that all the material is tied on top of the hook. This helps prevent fouling and [...]

How To Tie The Keel Crab Permit Fly

Watch on YouTube Part Merkin Crab, part Avalon keel fly, permit seem to appreciate the little bit of extra work that goes into the Keel Crab. We originally started tying this fly in sand & gold for fishing Indo-Pacific permit with Jono Schalles in Exmouth. We've transformed to sand & ginger with blue legs for our [...]