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  1. This video teaches you the step by step process on tying Charlie Craven's Blue Poison Tung. This is a fantastic midge pattern that is nice and heavy and just flat out catches fish. Materials: Hook: Daiichi 1120 #16-20 Bead: Tungsten Silver Thread: UTC 70 Blue Dun Rib: Ultra Wire Gun Metal Blue Small Thorax: Ice Dub UV Grey
  2. In this instructional video you will see the step by step process of tying a WD40. The WD40 is a great go to pattern for rivers as well as lakes. We use the tungsten version of this fly on Hebgen Lake a lot during the summer. This pattern has been around a longtime and its ability to produce has added to its long life. Next time you are on the water give this fly a try. Materials Hook: Daiichi 1120 #16-20 Thread: UTC 70 Blue Dun Tail: Mallard Flank Dyed Wood Duck Thorax: Light Grey Antron Dubbing Wingcase: Mallard Flank Dyed Wood Duck
  3. This video gives step by step instructions on tying the Mercury Black Beauty which was developed by Pat Dorsey. This is a great little midge pattern, next time you are on the water give this bug a try. Materials: Hook: Daiichi 1310 #18-24 Bead: Tyers Bead Quick Silver Glass Small Thread: UTC 70 Black Rib: Ultra Wire Copper Small Thorax: Super Fine Dubbing Black
  4. Learn to tie the DBL Digit Midge in this step by step video. This midge pattern is great for any tailwater as well as any lake and can be tied a many different colors to match any situation you may come across. The DBL Digit Midge was a great fly for the Box Canyon on the Henry's Fork this last summer. This is a signature fly pattern from Solitude Fly Company that was designed by Devan Ence. Materials: Hook: Daiichi 1270 #16-22 Bead: Glass Tyers Bead Irr. White Small Thread: UTC 70 Rust Rib: Ultra Wire Silver Small Collar: Peacock Herl Thank you for watching
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