Saturday, September 20, 2014
Royal Coyote, Damsel Fly Nymph, Bunny Spey
The Royal Coyote is a variation of the original Coyote, which LeRoy tied in a previous series. The design was originated by LeRoy and his fishing buddies. This attractor pattern can work almost anytime and offers a very nice silhouette on the water. Looking for a fly with real motion in the water? The Damsel Fly Nymph is just the pattern. Carolyn ties it with barbell eyes that are not weighted and marabou to produce a lively feel in the water the fish love. For you steelhead anglers we present the Bunny Spey. The rabbit fur back and tail pulsate in the water giving a very lifelike movement.
Saturday, September 27, 2014
Yellow Stimulator, J.H. Nymph, Tunkwanamid
The Yellow Stimulator is used to fish trout, but LeRoy warns fellow fly fishers to make sure to fish the pattern after the sun has warmed the water. Carolyn follows up with a J.H. Nymph. She describes this pattern as her "go to" fly. LeRoy also helps Carolyn polish up on her dubbing looping method. Looking for a good all around pattern? The Tunkwanamid is just the thing. LeRoy swears it works just about anytime.