The Ruby Eyed Leech is a fantastic fly for lake season, developed by BC's own Brian Chan. An easy fly pattern to tie, you can quickly load your stillwater fly boxes with these in a variety of different colours. You're sure to tempt a few hungry rainbow's with this excellent fly!
The Green Drake is a go-to dry fly pattern for me. I'll also tie it in black, blue dun, and orange, but for sure the most success I have is the green version. It floats like a dream and is seemingly irresistible to hunkered down trout!
A deadly stillwater fly, this scud pattern should be in every anglers lake arsenal, especially in early spring and late fall! Creative credit goes to Colin Callbeck of Fly Fusion Magazine.
I go into detailed steps on how to tie my variation of the Vampire Leech, originally developed by Todd Oishi. This versatile fly is easy to tie, and always produces!