Tying sbs and underwater footage of The Montana Nymph. This pattern has changed a bit over time, This is however what you could call the current accepted “original”. Like other great fly styles, this can be tied in a lot of different color combinations. I prefer the black and yellow – and use it as … Continue reading "Montana Nymph – classic nymph fly tying – tied by Michael Jensen"
Tying SBS and underwater swimming action on one of the worlds most popular streamer flies for trout, bass and anything else. This is Russ Blessing’s original pattern, the Olive and Black Woolly Bugger. Tie as many as you can before going on your next fishing trip. This is an essential fly and an American classic.
Underwater action and full Tying SBS on one of the worlds most popular flies. The Woolly Worm is not a Woolly Bugger without the tail. The reverse tied hackle makes it a totally different bug, and make it super useful when you fish upstream or fish dead drift. It is almost completely weedless. Read more … Continue reading "The Woolly Worm – classic trout fly tying – tied by Michael Jensen"
Underwater action and tying SBS. on the fabulous Dan Bailey’s White Marabou Muddler. A streamer designed for large trout in western rivers, but equally at home anywhere trout live. On this video I am trying something new, and talk while tying instead of having music only. Drop a comment, and let me know what you … Continue reading "Dan Bailey’s White Marabou Muddler – Classic streamer fly tying – tied by Michael Jensen"
The Optic fly was released by ABU in 1967 as “a streamer of tremendous killing power” – and that label wasn’t all wrong. The Swedish tackle manufactor actually sold 80.000 Optic flies in the first year alone. The Streamtease is still a fabulous fly when trout feed on sticklebacks, minnows or young-of-year fry. This pattern … Continue reading "Streamtease Optic Fly – streamer fly tying – tied by Michael Jensen"
Update on the classic Matuka style fly. Håhan use this fly for trout fishing in fast running streams in Northern Sweden.
My own pattern inspired by the fabulous Woolly Bugger and Scandinavian sea trout flies like the Magnus. The name… well it is pretty green and at first i just called it “the green fly.” But as it turned out this green bastard caught so many sea trout during it’s first days of action, that I … Continue reading "Shades of Green – tied by Michael Jensen"