Dry Flies (10)
The Sunriver Anglers Fly Tying Corner features a Cripple Callibaetis this month, modeled after a Quigly Cripple. I have updated this pattern to use a Biot for the abdomen and a mix of dubbing with UV fibers blended into a pale olive dubbing.
The Sunriver Anglers Fly Tying Corner for this month features a great CDC Biot Mother's Day Caddis pattern. With the prolific Grannom hatches coming in a few months, now is a good time to fill your box with this pattern.
This month's Sunriver Anglers Fly Tying Corner features a Royal Trude pattern. This pattern is over a century old and has stood the test of time. It imitates nothing specific in nature, but is an excellent imitation for many things, like large terrestrials; beetles and hoppers. Give it a try!
The Sunriver Anglers Fly Tying Corner features a Goddard Caddis this month. This fly imitates a traveling sedge, and is an important fly to have in you box for those times when this hatch occurs. It is responsible for my largest ever trout on a dry fly, a 27 inch rainbow landed from one of our local Central Oregon Lakes. Tie a few of these flies for your own box.
The Sunriver Angler's Fly Tying Corner for this month features a Blonde Macaw Loopwing. This is a classic dry fly inspired by Andre Puyans. Give this pattern a try in your own vice.
This month's Sunriver Anglers Fly Tying Corner features another in the Callibaetis Lifecycle Series; a Callibaetis Pullover Cripple. It is similar to a Pablo's Cripple, yet uses unique materials to make this a particularly effective pattern for imitating emerging
The Sunriver Anglers Fly Tying Corner - Tying the Humpy Fly Pattern. This is a very versatile pattern for imitating a wide range of insects, including Caddis, Stoneflies and Terrestrials. This is tied in a new and more simple way than the original. Give it a try!
October brings great fishing for trout looking up for October Caddis. This October Caddis pattern is a good one that fools fussy trout. Follow along on how to tie this October Caddis pattern.