Fly Tying

There's nothing more satisfying than catching a fish on a fly you tied yourself. Not to mention that it's a good way to pass those long winter days. Here are a few "recipes" to keep you busy for a while.

Fly Tying, Bozeman Fly Fishing, Drake-a-Nator
Jeff Hostetler
Saving your fishing universe.  Read more >>
Brown Trout Fishing, Montana
Mcknight, Doug
Tying and fishing the Sasquatch. Read more >>
Royal Purple Chubby
Armijo-Grover, Jimmy
Tying the Purple Royal Chubby. Read more >>
French'y Fall Fathead, Fall Fly, Gallatin River Guides
Armijo-Grover, Jimmy
Tying the Frenchy's Fall Fathead.  Read more >>
fly fishing the Yellowstone River, Outside Bozeman
Way, John
Sling it this spring.  Read more >>
Seng, Brett
This summer's hottest fly Read more >>
fly fishing gear, fly fishing, fly box, fly patterns, fishing in Montana
Decker, David
Fly patterns that work in many sizes Read more >>
fly fishing, Montana hatches, bug hatches, fishing in Montana
Adelman, Jake
When to fish what in southwest MontanaFiguring out what the fish are eating is one of the hardest parts of fly fishing. Here’s a look at the best hatches around southwest Montana. Read more >>
Mother's Day Caddis Hatch, Fly Fishing Montana
Jimmy Armijo-Grover
Fishing the Mother's Day Caddis Hatch. Still suffering from cabin fever? Well, it’s time to dust off those winter cobwebs and get ready for the first big hatch of the year, the Mother’s Day Caddis Hatch. Read more >>
Spring Fly, Madison River go-to Fly
Gonade, Ian
The Hi-Vis Baetis Parachute. Read more >>
Jiglet, Montana Troutfitters
Adelman, Jake
Winter's go-to fly. Read more >>
Clouser Minnow Fly
Lewis, Jimmy
Tying the Clouser minnow. Read more >>
fly-fishing, fly tying, winter, Outside Bozeman, Montana
Bingman, J.D.
Tying the Soft Hackle Sow Bug Bead Head. Read more >>
Tollett, Tim
A versatile trout-tricker Read more >>
Chubby Chernobyl, fly-fishing in Montana, dry fly
Way, John
Top ten fly patterns Read more >>
McPherson, John D.
Tying the ghost prince nymph. Read more >>
Bloch, Paul
The Yellowstone is a great place to fish streamers. Often, we’ll be running #4 sculpins or baitfish patterns sporting heavy lead eyes in front of a sopping wet bunny strip. This is often very effective for big brown trout, yet it cannonballs the water, spooking shallow water predators. Read more >>
Lum, Mike
It’s about that time of year when non-skier types start pining for the longer, warmer days of spring. With lingering sub-zero days, constant wind-chill discomfort, and icy roads, the jonesing can set in hard. Read more >>
Sculpted Streamer, Spring fly fishing Montana
Peavey, Beau
Streamers in the spring? You bet! As the water warms up, the bigger fish will be looking for a substantial meal. This is a great sculpin imitation for both pre- and post-runoff fishing on the Yellowstone or Madison. It can be dead-drifted, swung, or stripped. Read more >>
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