This is a step by step video on tying a variation of Ed Ward's Steelhead Intruder. The guys at Tight Lines fish this fly with great success all fall and winter. Excellent fly for migratory Steelhead and Browns on the Great Lakes Tributaries.
See how to tie a steelhead fly here. Now. Really. You're going to want to go right out and fish after this.
This instructional video is on how to make slinkies for steelhead, salmon and trout drift fishing. Slinkies are easy to make and they make less noise when bouncing off the bottom. You'll need a pair of pliers, a lighter, parachute cord, and split shot. Watch this video fishing ...more
This is a short Video Tutorial on how to make bobber stops for Steelhead, Salmon and Trout Float or bobber fishing. This can save you a lot of money in the long run by making these yourself. Its much easier to make a bobber stop than you may think! Check out this instructional ...more
The Glo Bug Yarn Egg. Tie it. Then it's hook, line, and sinker. This pattern is a standard for steelhead, salmon, and trout
Tying the McFly Foam Egg pattern will get you out and fishing in no time. The pattern is used for salmon, steelhead, and trout.
Watch this video to learn how-to tie a productive maribou steelhead jig, the "black f" jig. This instructional video is also for brown trout and bass.
This is a brief how-to video to show you how to rig a tube fly for Steelhead and Migratory Brown trout. The guys at "Tight Lines" fish a lot of these all fall and winter. These can really help improve your game, and make you catch all those fish you really wanted.
See how to tie the Blood Dot Egg pattern. vThe pattern is used for salmon, steelhead, and trout. But you can use it for your neighbor's pond fish if you'd like.
A virus easily spread among trout and salmon could make it harder to keep your favorite fish on the menu. The image of dead and dying fish below is from a fish hatchery in the middle of an epidemic of infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus (IHNV). The easily transmitted viru ...more
Tie the Nuke Egg Fly pattern. Do it. It's great for salmon and steelhead.