Tying Summer Flies With Foam
Anyone who's ever had a good afternoon watching fish take top water flies knows how much fun it can be. Many of us first think of rising trout and the traditional dry flies of summer, but don't overlook terrestrials and you can have a great time catching fish in warm and cold water all summer long. Check out the videos below for step-by-step instructions to tie large foam flies. Fish these larger flies under a tree overhang, along grass banks, or try one instead of a popper early and late in the day. You'll have a great time with bass, bluegill, and trout, too, all summer long.
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