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  1. Here is a new pattern I came up with...hope you like!
  2. Its been about two years since this pattern was designed and developed so I thought it was time to share how to tie this effective pattern for steelhead, trout and salmon. Feel free to contact me directly if you need additional help tying this pattern. Enjoy! https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=588329884574775&set=vb.102218483185920&type=2&theater
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    KMF Flies Slide Show

    I used iMovie. Very user friendly!
  4. Here is an article submitted today: http://www.blogandpost.com/blog-post/655-blogs/sports/fishing/243-why-do-we-fly-fish.html
  5. Sorry...try this link instead: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=588329884574775&set=vb.102218483185920&type=2&theater
  6. I thought I would include a short video for tying this pattern for those interested? Enjoy! The Double Trouble Egg Pattern Revealed: http://www.youtube.com/feature=player_embedded
  7. Featured here is a short video compilation of various flies tied over the past few years for trout, salmon and steelhead. Enjoy! http://youtu.be/9PesN2t4pcE
  8. This Educational video was produced in 2011 and highlights the search for the winter stonefly in the Month of January on some local Michigan rivers and creeks. There are also some fish species collected as well. Enjoy! http://vimeo.com/search?q=a+winter+stonefly+search
  9. The following video shows the egg fly and an easy way to tie it. The only issue here is that if not cut right you will dull your scissors. Please excuse the focus of the final product but I can assure you that they do come out almost perfectly round. Enjoy this fly-tying tutorial. http://youtu.be/JxNPtVvThm4
  10. Been tying this mini streamer/stone for the last few seasons. It has been a real producer on our local water for steelhead. I tie it in sizes 8 through 12. Hope it brings much success for all anglers!
  11. We have been working on a buggy hex nymph pattern and came up with this fly.
  12. This is a modified version of the KR Stone with thoracic gills.
  13. Thank you! Yes, black and olive seems to be a deadly combo for sure.
  14. I came up with this caddis pattern many years ago and fish it primarily for steelhead and salmon. A real buggy body with a small beard in the throat.
  15. This 'Chunky Monkey' is a close relative of the 'Holy Hare'. First pictured is the 'Chunky Monkey' and second pic is the "Holy Hare'.
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