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henrysforkanglers

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  1. This is a fine video and I appreciate your efforts, but would you consider doing some of Mike Lawson's patterns? I would love to see a video of his partridge caddis emerger, electric caddis, easy caddis and so on. There are quite a number of videos on the WD40 and zebra midge, but there don't seem to be any of Mr. Lawson's flies on youtube. Thanks for anything you can do.

    We will be getting them up over the next couple of months. We are doing tying video as a monthly theme. February is Midge month, March is Baetis and Streamer month, April is Going to be Caddis and March Brown month and so on. I promise that we will get his patterns up. Thank you for the feedback.


  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. 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

     


  4. Devan Ence tying one of his signature fly patterns from Solitude Fly Company. If you are looking for a killer midge dropper look no further. This pattern can be tied in any color to match the situation and it doesn't hurt that the fish love to eat this bug. The original pattern had a glass bead on it but out of demand from some of the Henry's Fork Anglers guide staff there is now a tungsten version.

     

    Materials List:
    Hook: Daiichi 1130 #16 (#16-20 are the prime sizes)
    Bead: 3/32 Black Nickel Tungsten
    Thread: UTC 70 Black
    Abdomen: Hollow Micros Tubing Blood Red
    Wingcase; Pearl Micro Flashabou 1/100
    Legs: Flouro Fibre

     


  5. Devan Ence tying one of his signature fly patterns from Solitude Fly Company. If you are looking for a killer midge dropper look no further. This pattern can be tied in any color to match the situation and it doesn't hurt that the fish love to eat this bug. The original pattern had a glass bead on it but out of demand from some of the Henry's Fork Anglers guide staff there is now a tungsten version.

    Materials List:
    Hook: Daiichi 1130 #16 (#16-20 are the prime sizes)
    Bead: 3/32 Black Nickel Tungsten
    Thread: UTC 70 Black
    Abdomen: Hollow Micros Tubing Blood Red
    Wingcase; Pearl Micro Flashabou 1/100
    Legs: Flouro Fibre

     

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