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11/25/13

James Warren Gurgler - 12:53

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James Warren has been tying commercially since he was 12 years old. He has guided for 9 years and fished all over the world.

Recipe:

  • Hook: Stainless Steel 1/0
  • Thread: Gray 3/0
  • Tail: Equal parts white and gray Ice Fur or similar product (ep fibers, fishhair, ect). Tie in with darker color in the dorsal position.
  • Body: Pearl Cactus chenille or similar. Webby grizzly hackle palmered up body, longest hackle to the front.
  • Head: Gray 1/8” fly foam

See more of James' patterns by selecting him from the categories at the right or by Clicking HERE.

11/18/13

Doug McKnight Rasta Puff - 8:17

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Doug puts the weight on in this heavy multi purpose fly.

Livingston tier and guide Doug McKnight hails originally from Pensylvania, but now lives in Livingston, MT. He is currently a fly designer for Umpqua Feather Merchants and also creates beautiful display flies in custom shadow boxes.

If you would like to learn more about Doug's custom work you can reach him at dougmfish406@gmail.com or by calling him at George Anderson's Yellowstone Angler at (406) 222-7130.

RECIPE:

  • Hook: Std Saltwater #2-8
  • Thread: UTC 140 color to suit
  • Eyes: Bead chain
  • Wing: Polar fiber color to suit, spanflex, flash
  • Legs: spanflex, colored with permanent marker
  • Head: Antron Crystal chenille, color and size to suit

11/11/13

Josh Stanish Biggie's IC Crayfish - 11:15

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Josh Stanish is a tyer from Bozeman, MT. Find out more about Josh by going to Biggie's Bugs or to www.montanatroutchasers.com

Josh grew up in the mountains of Colorado and watched a world class resort grow from the ground up. His passion for fishing got started at a young age when his father would take him camping in the flat top wilderness. When he was about 10 he found an old spin/flyfish combo rod and headed to the river. He has been completely consumed with the sport ever since. Upon graduating High School he headed north to the great state of Montana. He attended college between his days on the Madison, Yellowstone and Gallatin Rivers.

Recipe

  • Hook: 3x Long streamer hook # 6-10
  • Thread: 140 Denier UTC thread
  • Antennae: Pheasant tail fibers and black round rubber
  • Wingcase: Turkey feathers
  • Claws: Filoplume feathers from saddle hackle
  • Body: Ice dub chennille (Tan)
  • Ribbing: Medium wire (copper)
  • Hackle: Ginger saddle

For More of Josh's patterns click on Josh Stanish.

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11/04/13

James Warren Gotcha - 12:20

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James Warren has been tying commercially since he was 12 years old. He has guided for 9 years and fished all over the world.

Recipe:

  • Hook: Any stainless saltwater hook, size 8 – 2 to match conditions
  • Thread: 6/0 pink
  • Eyes: Dumbbell eyes to match water depth. Tie pattern blind (no eyes), or with different size eyes to match the conditions you are fishing.
  • Tail: n/a although original pattern calls for a tail of unraveled body material.
  • Body: Pearl Frostbite or any other small diameter mylar wrapping material
  • Wing: Super Gotcha Ice Fur

See more of James' patterns by selecting him from the categories at the right or by Clicking HERE.

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