It’s time for another FrankenFly “Around the Net!” First up is Mike Schmidt’s step-by-step of his newest streamer, the Junk Yard Dog. Check it out over at the Angler’s Choice Flies website because Mike just put it up tonight!
Ben Treppa tied this 13″ musky fly up at the beginning of April. Some meaty musky goodness right there! Check out Ben’s blog.
Normand Frechette tied up a beautiful Sanctuary soft hackle. Normand is a skilled fly tyer and you can see more of his ties at Flytying: New and Old.
Alan Bithell tied this Peter Ross pattern. This pattern was designed in Scotland back in the 1890’s and is a variant of a fly called the Teal & Red. Alan did a great job on this one!
Here is one of the coolest bluegill flies I’ve seen in some time. It is called the Foam Dragon, created by Clark “Cheech” Pierce. You can read more about the fly and see the video over at FlyFishFood.
This next one is by the master, Ronn Lucas Sr. and he calls it the Wilson Pickett. Just downright awesomeness!! By the way, I’m posting this “In the Midnight Hour!”
I posted this one a month or so ago on the FrankenFly facebook page and put it on Instagram, but I wanted to give a better view of it here. This is my pattern called The Howler! I have some coyote tail that I’ve been playing with and this was the first result from it. I hope you like it.