George F. Grant’s Black & Tan Featherback – classic fly tying tutorial

Learn how to tie one of the most famous of George F. Grant’s Stonefly Nymphs, the Black & Tan Featherback. This is advanced fly tying – and that is why we have invited our friend John Lind Rasmussen to be guest tier. John is a master of classic fly tying and he has many years […]

Flugfiske i Norden George F. Grant

Article in Scandinavian fly fishing magazine Flugfiske i Norden

I wrote an article for the latest issue of Scandinavian fly fishing magazine Flugfiske i Norden. This time about the great late George F. Grant, his love for the Big Hole River and his unique Stonefly Nymphs with the complicated weaved hackles. For that task I needed help, from my friend (and long time Grant […]

Green Frog Popper

Green Frog Popper – Pike bass popper fly tying tutorial

Green Frog Popper – Full fly tying tutorial and surface action footage! Find the pattern down below. For warm days and nights and surface feeding predators. Bass, pike and even large trout love frogs and other amphibians. This imitation makes a lot of noise and wiggle those long legs. It sure will call up most […]

Bill Edson's Dark Tiger

Bill Edson’s Dark Tiger – Classic trout streamer fly tying tutorial

Bill Edson’s Dark Tiger – Fly tying tutorial – find the pattern down below. The Dark Tiger is the badass brother of the Light Tiger. While the Light Tiger is elegant and classy I’ve always found the Dark Tiger a bit more clumsy looking. The fat chenille body and the large yellow head, makes it […]

Bill Edson's Light Tiger

Bill Edson’s Light Tiger – classic trout streamer fly tying tutorial

Bill Edson’s Light Tiger – Fly tying tutorial – find the pattern down below. The Light Tiger and the Dark Tiger are probably Bill Edson’s most famous streamer flies. In this video I will show you how I tie the Light Tiger, and especially how I prepare the famous brass eyes before tying them in. […]

White & Chartreuse Bunny

White & Chartreuse Bunny – Pike musky bass trout predator fly tying tutorial

White & Chartreuse Bunny – Fly tying tutorial – Find the pattern down below. Tying SBS and underwater swimming action on one of the world’s most effective streamer flies – and one of the easiest to tie. Find the pattern down below Whether you are a new fly tyer or an experienced dude, who just […]

The barred blue Zonker

Barred blue zonker – streamer fly tying tutorial

Watch the underwater footage of this fly, and you know you are gonna need to tie it! The Zonker is not a specific pattern, but a type of streamer fly typically tied with a furry skin strip from rabbit for wing and tail. You can use other types of fur as well. Muskrat, fox, mink […]

Hugh Falkus’ Medicine – Seatrout Fly tying tutorial – video

The late Hugh Falkus’ simple Medicine is a top producing fly for seatrout (sea run brown). It was created for river fishing, but in my opinion it is equally effective in the salt. The slim silver body, kingfisher blue hackle and the dark mallard wing combines to make a convincing imitation of a small baitfish. […]


Golddigger – classic streamer fly tying tutorial – video

The Golddigger was created in the 1950’s by Danish fly fishing pioner Paul Wellendorf. Wellendorf was one of the first Danish anglers to embrace the American style of streamer fly tying. He wrote several books on fly fishing and popularized a series of feather streamer flies and hair winged flies tied on long shank hooks. […]

Casual Dressed for the Williamson River

Polly Rosborough’s Casual Dress Nymph Back in 2013 I wrote a blog on Polly Rosborough’s Casual Dress Nymph. That article was the reason why I later got a mail from fellow fly fisherman Marlon Rampy, saying: “Hi Michael It is always nice to discover a fresh blog with great content. Enjoyed the night looking at […]