Add these three chironomid pupa imitations for the BC interior to your fly box before ice leaves the lakes and stillwater season is upon us!
Notice: This post is not a paid or commissioned post in any way. This is simply promoting forward-thinking innovation in the fly fishing industry. You know the chironomid patterns that you can’t exactly remember how they ended up in your … Read More
A simple fly that we fish often for giant Tarpon in the Southern Caribbean. The EP Brush head allows tightly packed fibres to push water behind the fly, an effective feature in off-coloured water. The beauty of this fly is … Read More
John Kent’s Pumpkin Head is a staple pattern in the interior of British Columbia and its renowned still waters. I have always seen this fly as a damsel imitation, but it is very universal and has proven effective time and … Read More