Posts Tagged ‘Fly Tying R & D’

Shuck Norris

Shuck Norris

Shuck Norris I know it’s been long since I’ve posted any content. 2010 was banner and one for the record books and I fulling intend on catching up and dumping some content. I don’t really get much time form October to January to blog, tie and such. But oddly enough I have more time than […]


Tiger Boy Meets Musky Man

Tiger Boy Meets Musky Man

Tiger Boy Meets Musky Man December 2008 I opened a hot off the presses Hatches Magazine, there staring me in the face was something like nothing that I’d ever seen before… Brad Bohen’s HANG TIME! That day  my approach for fishing and tying streamers for predatory fish changed drastically. My eyes were opened to “engineering and […]


Transitions

Transitions

Transitions After a long spring of grinding days for musky I decided it was time to change up the game and chase some trout. When I came back from Wisconsin the rivers where raging and damns were overflowing. That has since gave way to more sustainable flows and some nice clear high water with fat […]


Mid Winter R & D Pays Off!

Mid Winter R & D Pays Off!

Mid Winter R & D Pays Off! A good portion of my time on the water is spent testing and fishing patterns I’ve been working on… What I’m working on at the vice more often than not dictates where I fish and what I throw.  To me there is no reason for me to say […]


More Topwater Prototypes

More Topwater Prototypes

More Topwater Prototypes The first round swam well but need some definite tweaking… I got a eat so I can’t be all that far off!  There is no way to really know what a newly created pattern will do without truly fishing it. If I even get close to what I was going for I’m […]


Fly Tying R & D

Fly Tying R & D

Fly Tying R & D I thought it was about time to articulate the Chubby Muffin since spring time is upon us. It’s still pretty rough and needs a few tweaks and a few fish under it’s belt. Not the smallest fly at 6” and with a head thats 1” x 2”… I put a […]