1. GFA (General Foam Attractor) Foam Hopper was created by Walter Wiese of Parks Fly Shop in Gardiner, Montana. This hopper fly is deadly on a summer days when no other fly are working.
    The original does not have the krystal flash or the eyes, but let's just make it optional :D One great thing about terrestrial flies like this is that you don't have to be delicate on presenting this fly:)
    Had to fast forward vid a little bit to go with the music. If it's too fast for you to read the tutorials, you can always pause it. Cheers!

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    Music: La Mezcla De Rojo by DanoSongs.com

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  2. When traditional meets modern materials, balloon caddis is one mind. Designed by Roman Moser, an Austrian fly fishing innovator. This fly is versatile, durable, highly visible, easy to tie & one of my favorites. I also use it as a dry fly indicator with a nymph dropper.

    Enjoy! Also please like & comment.

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  3. A selection of flatwing striper flies tied by Steve Culton. Includes traditional patterns developed by Ken Abrames and Bill Peabody, as well as original patterns and adaptations by Steve Culton. For more on flat wing streamers for striped bass, visit currentseams.com.

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  4. Testing a Lefty's Deceiver and a flatwing streamer. Shot in slow motion (50% normal speed) underwater with a mild rate of flow. The snap swivel is used to insure proper action.

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