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FLIES for ALL TYPES of FISHING!

A short blog about the varieties of fishing that Webflyz B.C. caters to... besides fly anglers!  Webflyz B.C. ties flies, for trout, steelhead, salmon single-handed and spey anglers, but also has sucessfully built flies and other fish catchers for anglers abroad, in fresh and salt waters alike.
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This list includes:

Bottom bouncing for steelhead and trout,
Jigging the salt and fresh waters for grouper, burbot, crabs, snappers, halibut, ling cod, skate, squid, among many other species,
Trolling on the surface, or sub-surface for species including Marlin, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Kingfish, sailfish, tuna, bonito and many other species in all our oceans,
fishing prop-wash for coho in the Pacific, or down rigging for chinook and halibut,
trolling for Lake trout on the surface, or behind down riggers deep,
casting to Hucho Hucho or Hucho taimen in places like poland,
float fishing realistic roe/egg patterns to trout and steelhead,
Ice-fishing for Lake trout, cutthroat, rainbow, brook trout, and more,
Jigging for species such as salmon in rivers, walleye in Canadian Lakes,
Tossing rediculous sized poppers and natural rodents to Roosterfish, Peacock bass, steelhead, sea trout, Bass, barracuda, etc., and much more...


The main reason for this blog is to inform you, the Angler, as well as the public of the "Custom tied" creations I build, over 30 years experience making things for a variety of fish in fresh and salt waters. All customers have been extremely satisfied with the unique, realistic and durable patterns Webflyz BC ties on the Nor-vise, in Smithers BC. Webflyz BC SQUID patterns have landed over 86 species of fish in fresh and salt waters all over the globe.
None of my patterns are in ANY other stores, many of my patterns are copied, but originate right here at Webflyz BC. I am proud to present what I tie catches fish, regardless of what type of fishing you do!

I hope you realize the extent of "Custom tied" flies and "Fish catchers" I have hand made.
Please look for Webflyz flies in action, on upcoming fishing shows on WFN, ESPN, TSN and many other television programs to see proof of what I can build to cater to ALL anglers' needs! 
Thanks for checking out my NEW website and I hope to build you something "fishy" one day to see the smile on your face and make you a memory of a lifetime!

Thank you, Have a great day,

Cory Koenig,

fly tyer, Webflyz B.C.



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Ice Fishing with Flies

So we all know that lures, spoons and bait work ice fishing, and sometimes anything works. What a large amount of people DO NOT know is that FLIES work as well, sometimes much better than the previously mentioned. I personally have used my FLIES ice fishing for 20+ years. Sometimes when it is slow, I will use small solid color and/or multi color leeches, damsels, dragonfly larvae, and HUGE water beetles, Gummy minnows are a favorite of mine, chronomids, etc. ... all with fantastic results.

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All of these flies catch fish while ice fishing.`

Another determining factor is the knot. Most ice fishing hooks are JIG style for a reason. Up or down turned eyed hooks with split shot added to the line or hook, and in most cases the regular know will do, but you will have to always check that it is centered on the hok eye as well as placed and tightened in a fashion that allows the hook to be in a 90 degree angle at all times.

Personally I have used the non-slip loop knot for any type of fishing. This allows the fly to have a free movement, regardless of how it is fished.

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This is what this knot looks like just before tightening.

Another key factor in icefishing with any type of lure/fly is how you jig it. Tapping the ice and the surface of the water with your lure/fly can definately attract some fish species like brook trout, to the point that if the fish sees the lure/fly splashing and clicking the edge of the hole, they will jump fast enough to jump clear out of the hole. The first few trips of the year when the ice is 2-3 inches thick is when this may happen when fishing brook trout. Some flies are very light, and most of the time they will decend through the water column slowly, slowing your jigging times. Other flies are heavier, thus jigging will be much quicker and sparratic, usually enticing a reaction or instinctive strike from the fish. Try one type of jigging for a few minutes, if you do not get a strike, switch to a non similar jigging action to fool the fish another way. I really like dropping the fly until the line is taught, them slowlytwitching it up to the top of the hole, some species are driven bananas by this technique.

There it is, a few pointers to think about when you go icefishing next, hope you enjoyed, thanks!

 

Monster Lamprey Eating Bull Trout!

P1000116_2 Billy Labonte, a well known and respected wilderness guide of Spatsizi Wilderness Adventures sent me these AWESOME photos of BIG BULL TROUT using

ujvc_WEBFLYZ B.C. LAMPREY FLIES this spring! These flies have become popular to those who understand that many fish species EAT LAMPREY! Steelhead, Char, Bull trout and many other species EAT WEBFLYZ B.C. custom tied flies!

IMG_0498 BULL TROUT are sometimes hard to catch, unless you make a food imitation that they can not resist! Ive used these for some time, in lakes, rivers, swamps and the results are always the same-AWESOME!

IMG_0526 WANT TO CATCH THESE FISH?? >>CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT HOW!!<<

A Day in the Life, by Billy Labonte

Check out this wicked steelhead video build by a good friend,

Billy Labonte of the AWESOME Spatsizi Wilderness Vacations!!

 

  CLICK HERE TO WATCH AWESOME B.C. STEELHEADING!! >> http://vimeo.com/31879714

Smoked Salmon Recipe 2011

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I jst finished a batch of two types of smoked salmon, BBQ basted and honey/syrup/lemon juice basted, both turned out fantastic!

Therefor I share my results with you, enjoy!

 

Recipe for smoked salmon.

Ingedients::-

Brown sugar
Pickling salt
Pickle juice-(not mandatory)
BBQ brush
Containers
Lemon juice/syrup/honey mixed-(warm)   Or
BBQ sauce/steak spice mixed

Ziploc sandwich or freezer bags and/or vacuum sealed bags

Smoker of choice

And Patience!!



Thaw fish as/if needed,
cut ends of fillets if needed, freezer burn-cut off!


lay on newspaper-get lots!(helps cleaning big time!)

Mix in bowl:
1kg bag brown DEMERRA sugar w 1cup pickling salt,-dry! Wash hands!

Cut pieces of fish of desired size.
Lay in container, rub sugar/salt mixture(dry) on meat sides, layering fish skin side down on top of dry rub and lower meat sides as needed.

Add any pickle juice in fridge if on hand!

Leave for12-16 hours in the coolest place in your house. -Dry rub will Liquify-!

Pull out fish near running water,
wash off sugar/salt dry rub-now wet, and place on newspaper to soak water.

Put in smoker.

Smoke for 1 hour or so, when fat-(white/yellow stuff)- starts coming out of meat, brush on honey/syrup/lemon juice mix(warm) onto fish---or BBQ/steak spice,...

Use brush!!!

Smoke again until meat is firm.
Brush again or not-(I do not)
Pull out of smoker, lay on newspaper---Do Not touch skin side with meat side of fish!!!! - Gross taste!

Leave for 1-3 hours to firm.

Process fish- either put in ziploc sandwich baggies for quick eats,

Or put in ziploc freezer bags and or vacuum sealed bags for later eats!!

Use paper towel to put on skin side in any case to soak up skin taste-gross!

Remove skin or not, just make sure
The fingers that touch the skin do not
Touch the meat- always clean hands!!!---gross taste!!!

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That is it! Enjoy!


Cory koenig
Owner, sole tyer
Webflyz  B.C.
1-888- Webflyz
www.Webflyz.com
TIGHT LINES!

Rainbow Alley Big Bow Fishing 2011

        markpngill2011 This june I had the pleasure of fishing and filming with Sportfishingbc's 20 year host MARK PENDLINGTON and GILL McKEAN-owner/operator of WESCOAST FISHING ADVENTURES at the outflow of BABINE LAKE, a wonderful 1km stretch of slow meandering water called RAINBOW ALLEY. We fished a little of the afternoon and finished filming by noon the next day. The FORT BABINE LODGE accomdated us with help from the fine managers, BRIAN and ALLISON PORTER.

>>CLICK HERE TO WATCH SPORTFISHINGBC with MARK PENDLINGTON<< at RAINBOW ALLEY!

The fishing was great, using dry lines and minnow patterns between 1 1/4 and 2 1/2 inches long. Large Coho fry imitationsthgs seemed to be the pattern of choice on this trip. instead of casting down on a 45 degree angle, we found that the fry were fleeing downstream head first and the BIG BOWS were attacking them as if they were starving! While filming we found alive fry patterns swimming out of the mouths of these most beautiful colored rainbows! Although we had lost all of our LARGER fish to the current at the boat, we got to see a few brightly colored rainbowP7030010 like nowhere else in B.C.P7020008 Rainbow Alley has a few different hatches with the stonefly hatch and the constant emergence of salmon alevinalevinrainbowalley and moving/migrating fryzz9 and smoltsphottreo. After swinging the flies traditionally, we found that in fact, casting upstream, creating a very large loop, pulling the fly downstream in a down-and-across fashion was the ticket to fooling these fine monster trout!

The trip was very fast as we were back into Smithers within 20 hours of leaving town!

If you need any assistance about fishing the Smithers area, and of corse, FLIES, please send me a message hereThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.&lt;&lt;">>>This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.<<

Thanks for reading, have a great day!

Cory from WEBFLYZ B.C.

 

Rainbow Alley Fry M&M's Minnow 2011

RAINBOW ALLEY FRY-2011 M+M's FRY

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RECIPE for M+M's Minnow-
1-I first wrap a base of thread on a size 2 3x long shank streamer style hook.

2-Then I tied on two pieces of toothpicks, one for the top, one for the bottom of the shank. -This provides a almost "neutrally bouyant" fry pattern.

3- Wrap thread tightly over toothpick pieces, finishing at the rear of the toothpick.

4-Cut a piece of mylar tubing and fray at one end, push it over the shank until the fray part meets the hook bend, tie down.

5-Take a backing material, could be pheasant tail, iceabou, DNA Holofusion and cut about 2 inches, tie on top of fly for the back color, tie off thread at rear of fly.

6- re-start thread behind the eye of the hook and over the mylar tubing, snip off excess mylar.

7-pull backing over the top of the fly tightly, tie off and trim behind the eye.

8-add eyes of your choice, felt in parr marks, coat with Hardhead, simple, strong, effective fry pattern that BIG rainbow on Rainbow Alley.

Squid Tube Fly Fools Monster Halibut!

023Recently off th coast of Prince Rupert, B.C., Captain Gord with Water witch excursions had the opportunity to use a CUSTOM TIED 12 inch long SQUID TUBE FLY by WEBFLYZ B.C. with obvious results! Tied on a tube allows for multiple uses if leader or hook needs replacing. Built originally for TROPHY TROUT in British Columbia, now these SQUID patterns are used for Salmon, Grouper, Ling Cod, MARLIN and soo many more SPECIES! 

Toothpick Minnow for Trout

Here is a quick, simple way of imitating any minnow, alevin, fry or smolt for a wide variety of trophy trout that EAT FISH!

Seen here is 6/0 thread, tan in color, size #6 vision hook (black), small mylar cord, and iceabou in herring green to tie this fly. You can add eyes, coat them with sally hansens' nail polish or HARD HEAD, but for 20 years I personally fished this style of baitfish without eyes, and have many memories that last a lifetime versus store-bought flies. Enjoy!

ihvpzStart by selecting your hook of choice, and fully wrap the shank with your thread, finishing at the point of the hook.

ihxTake a toothpick, measure the length needed, leaving room to build the head of the fly, cut and place on the top of the shank.

kutsswTightly wrap thread around toothpick and shank, continuing to the eye of the fly and return to build a base of thread behind the rear-most part of the toothpick.

opgfdFind small sized mylar tubing, cut to length, allowing enough room for the tail at the rear and the pectoral fins at the front of the fly. Slide over the hook shank and toothpick, wrap thread over the mylar and thread base built just beforehand at the rear of the toothpick.

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zz2Select topping material for the back of the minnow fly. Here iceabou in herring green is used. Tied down over the same wraps at the rear of the toothpick.

zz5Whip finish and clip.

zz6aRe-start thread wraps behing eye of hook, wrapping over mylar tubing, then over the topping of the fly and secure.

zz9Fold the Myalr and topping material(iceabou) under the eye of the hook, resembling pectoral fins of the baitfish you desire and clip to length. Add Parr marks with a felt pen if you like, and/or eyes and coat the entire fly with HARD HEAD for a SUPER STRONG, DURABLE body. Fish with wet, sink tip or dry line and hang on!  Thanks for reading, have a great day!

 

How to tie a BunnyBou 2011

Hello to all! After enough emails regarding how to tie a BUNNYBOU (Apparently invented many moons ago...) It is NEW to me, it works in all types of water, river, pools, lakes, even stagnant water, change the color for different days of light, species, water color, and on and on!... So here we go, my photography is my second career (unsuccessful by the way...) but I feel you will know how to tie a BUNNYBOU after your eyes adjust! Thanks for viewing, have a great day!

Step1-1rvc Find a material that you want to use as a trailer loop, it could be vinyl, stainless steel cable, tiger wire, slick shooter, etc. It all depends on what size of hook "eye" you want to push the "doubled" trailer loop through.

Step2-2ddeh Lay the LOOP material you chose alongside the TOP of the hook shank, (I use a marker to make a line on my NOR-VISE to guide me), being careful not to twist it from the TOP position. I use KEVLAR or BIG FLY THREAD for strength. Wrap tighter as you move toward the hook eye.

Step3-3yyn Wrap forward with tension, do NOT wrap up to the eye of the hook, leaving about 1/8th of an inch before the eye. Push the "ends" of the LOOP material through the eye of your hook, making sure it does not twist.

Step4-4ugp Pull the LOOP material under the shank, and slowly, tightly wrap backwards.

Step5-5iil Tightly wrap your thread backwards until your bobbin is hanging just ahead of the hook point. Trim the LOOP material to just before your thread will be hanging in front of the hook point.

Step6-6exx Tie in a piece of Rabbit ZONKER strip and trim to where you think your trailer hook will be flush with the tips of the rabbit. (Keep in mind to trim the rabbit a little longer as the rabbit will shrink after multiple times being wet and dry).

Step7-7dfff Tie in flash, folding it onto the opposite side and trim so the tips are as long as the rabbit tips.

Step8-8ooo8 Tie in POLAR UV in the color of your choice. Wrap your thread to about 2/3rds of the shank.

Step9-9fdhj Wrap the Polar UV to the point of where your thread is and tie off.

Step10-10hhh- Tie in a BLUE marabou feather by the stem. The photo shows a top view so you can see the feather tied in.

Step11-11dl Wrap the marabou feather forward, about 4-6 wraps, making some thread wraps over the last few wraps of your marabou to secure it, tie off.

Step12-12iip Tie in a PURPLE marabou feather. Top view shown.

Step 13-1355m Wrap the purple marabou forward, 3-5 wraps. Tie off and wrap your thread over the front of your wraps so the feather does not unravel with steelhead sharp teeth!

Step14-14ob Tie in a flourescent blue marabou feather and wrap forward as before. Tie off making sure your thread wraps again go over the last wraps of your marabou for strength.

Step15-1533ni Tie in flash, folding onto the opposite side of the fly.

Step16-16hvkl Tie in a PINK guinea feather securely and tie off with two half hitches.

Step17-1855-mk The finished product, thanks for looking, this is very similar to the BULKLEY BRUISE and drives steelhead NUTS!

Flies by a Bulkley Valley Local

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I have lived in Smithers for over 27 years,  and much of the time fished in the surrounding watersheds of the beautiful Bulkley Valley! I have learned many times to have my flies with me at all seasons and fishing situations, regardless of species. The number one fly to have does not resemble a fly at all, it is a leech imitation! It may consist of solid black, olive, brown colors, sometimes mixed, with an additional different colored egg to become the infamous EGG-SUKIN' LEECH, up to 6 INCHES LONG, bottom line, ALWAYS have LEECH patterns with you for any species in any watersheds in Northern B.C.!

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I have proven to myself to mix multi colors, mostly the above mentioned blacks, olives and browns, and this makes the LEECH pattern all more effective, resembling dragonfly and damselfly nymphs and many other bugs the fish eat on a daily basis as well. Do not be afraid of the purples, blues, lime greens, even pink! Steelhead and trout love pink! ... Have you heard of the "PINK WORM" ?? Well, it works extremely well in rivers, lakes, streams... anywhere for any trout and steelhead!

I personally always had a rod, not always a fly rod, but a rod none the less, the difference with me was I always had many leech flies, 'been tying since the age of 3?! ... and they are easy! ...so when I fished with dad, grandpa, buddies with gear, and random people I have met at the watersheds of my choice, I have to say that many times, because of me having flies on hand, I would outfish many anglers... with a LEECH pattern.

Whether it was trolling, float fishing, on a down rigger, I know, I know, but I still used a "FLY" that I built, and most of the time, it was a LEECH!!!

I hope you get the point, when people go fishing, if they catch NOTHING, they usually say

"At least it was nice to get outside"

... but why not go fishing, being prepared very easily with some LEECHES, and coming home PROUDLY ANNOUNCING ... "I got outside, seen some wildlife, the sun came out, and I OUTFISHED many other anglers' with this simple LEECH FLY!" ...Get my drift?!?! ... Easy to tie, last for many takes, and they PRODUCE!

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I have spent the countless years of trial and error with many hours of fishing, now all you need to do is get yourself a handful of LEECHES, (preferably from WEBFLYZ B.C.!!!) find the nearest watershed, tie those LEECHES on the rod of your choice, and HANG ON!

If you need any Northwestern B.C. advice as to WHERE, WHEN, HOW, WHAT TO USE, or anything regarding FISHING PERIOD, I can help you!

Thanks,

Cory Koenig

WEBFLYZ B.C.

www.webflyz.com

 

2010 Squatterie Squid Story

photo_224515 SQUID PATTERNS 2011 HERE ARE A GROUP OF DIFFERENT STYLES TO MAKE SQUID PATTERNS. THE TOP PATTERN FOR THE PAST FEW YEARS HAVE BEEN MY TUBE SQUID AS SEEN HERE. photo_SQYU2THIS PATTERN IS WORKING ALL OVER NORTH AMERICAN WATERS FOR FRESH AND SALT WATER SPECIES ALIKE! LAKE TROUT, ROOSTERFISH, HALIBUT, RED SNAPPER, GROUPER, TARPON, MARLIN AND MANY OTHER SPECIES EAT THIS STYLE OF FLY (NOT REALLY A FLY), BUT TIED ON MY VISE NONE THE LESS!!! GOOGLIE EYES ADD A CLICKING NOISE THAT THE FISH OBVIOUSLY CAN NOT STAND, AND THE RABBIT STRIPS AND FLASH ADD A MOVEMENT LIKE NO OTHER LURE/FLY/FISH CATCHER OUT THERE. TIED ON A 3/8 INCH TUBE THAT SUPPORTS UP TO 300LB MONO.

photoAQQUII HAVE USED THIS TUBE SQUID LAST YEAR IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN (SQUATTERIE/TREE NOB, STEPHEN'S ISLAND) FOR COHO AND CHINOOK, WE LITERALLY CAUGHT OUR LIMIT WHILE THE OTHER BOATS WERE CIRCLING US, ASKING WHAT IN THE WORLD ARE YOU GUYS USING?!?! ONLY PROBLEM WAS, I MADE IT IN TH TRUCK ALONG THE 4 HOUR RIDE TO THE DOCK, THERE WAS ONLY ONE, IT WAS MOSTLY WHITE WITH A TRACE OF PEACH. WE WERE GETTING A FEW BITES LIKE EVERYONE ELSE, IT WAS SLOW!! WHILE WE CHANGED FROM A CUTPLUG HERRING TO AN ANCHOVY ON ONE DOWNRIGGER, IT GAVE US 2 COHO IN THE BOAT. I CONVINCED THE OTHER LADS TO ALLOW ME PUT ON THIS SQUID THAT HAD FINISHED DRYING FROM THE NIGHT BEFORE. RIGGED WITH 30LB MAXIMA LEADER, TANDEM HOOK TIED, 4 FEET BEHIND THE FLASHER... ONE COHO AFTER ANOTHER, CHINOOK, IT WAS UNREAL! (THE FISHERY OFFICERS WERE SUSPICIOUS OF US HAVING MANY SALMON ON BOARD WHILE THE OTHER20-30 BOATS WERE COMPLAINING).THEY LEFT, AND WE CONTINUED TO TROLL AWAY FROM THE PACK OF BOATS, DOWN THE INSIDE WEST SHORE OF STEPHEN'S ISLAND. AT ONE POINT WE REELED IN A COHO ON ONE TANDEM HOOK, AND A ROCKFISH ON THE OTHER! THIS WAS JUST THE BEGINNING...

WE DECIDED TO SLIDE IT ONTO A SPREADER BAR AND JIG WITH IT... 2-RED SNAPPER--IMG_5216, 2-CHICKEN HALIBUT(UP TO 20LBS), ROCKFISH, THINGS I HAVE NOT SEEN BEFORE, A 40LB OCOTPUS!!!, IMG_5171 AND FINALLY AT 188 FEET ON A HUMP I HAD SOMETHING PLAY WITH IT THAT WAS CHEWING IT... I WAITED SO LONG THAT MY BUDDIES WERE ABOUT TO TAKE MY ROD FROM ME. I FINALLY REELED DOWN, SET THE HOOK, AND IT BARELY MOVED, PULLED 3 TIMES THAT ALMOST TOOK ME INTO THE SOUP, AND ON THE 4TH PULL, MY MAIN LINE SNAPPED... I WAS DEFEATED, BUT IN SUCH A PROUD WAY THAT I WAS ACTUALLY IN A GREAT MOOD... WHO GETS TO BUILD/TIE UP THINGS LIKE THIS, (27 YEARS OF TYING UNDER MY BELT) AND LITERALLY FOOL A WIDE VARIETY OF SPECIES WITH YOUR OWN CREATION??? I DO, I AM VERY PROUD, SOMETIMES THE FLY ANGLERS DO NOT LIKE SOME OF MY DIFFERENT STYLES, BUT THEY WORK, AND TO ME THAT IS ALL THAT MATTERS.

photoSQQWAS_2  8uofIF YOU WOULD LIKE ANY OF THESE SQUID TUBES, PLEASE EMAIL ME AT: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

New Baitfish Patterns for 2011!

photo_5w3eA NEW STYLE OF BAITFISH THAT HAS MANY QUALITIES THAT ANGLERS AND MORE IMPORTANTLY, THE FISH LOVE! THESE FLIES ARE TIED IN A MANNER THAT HAS A REPETITIVE AMOUNT OF STEPS, BUT THE RESULTS ARE WORTH IT! FIRST OF ALL THIS STYLE OF FLY DOES NOT HOLD MUCH WATER, THEREFOR EASY TO CAST, MORE CASTS IN A DAY= MORE HOOK UPS! ALSO, THIS IMPROVES THE CHANCE OF NOT PEIRCING YOURSELF WITH A HEAVY HOOK AT MACH SPEEDS INTO ANY UNWANTED PART OF YOUR BODY!!!

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A GOOGLIE EYE THAT MAKES ALL SORTS OF CLICKING NOISE THAT FISH CAN NOT RESIST, AND IS SECURED WITH HARD HEAD, AN ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE CLEAR ADHESIVE THAT DOES NOT SMELL! ADD BARRS, SPOTS OR MARKINGS WITH A SHARPIE TO MATCH MANY DIFFERENT BAITFISH FOR THE STYLE OF FISHING YOU ARE FISHING. SPECIES THAT LOVE THESE FLIES ARE: PIKE, CHAR/LAKE TROUT, ALL TROUT, REDFISH, MARLIN, SALMON, STEELHEAD, PERMIT, TUNA, COBIA, GAR AND SO MANY OTHERS!!!

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Fishing the Flats: Fins & Skin 2011

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WEBFLYZ B.C. ties flies for Henry Wasczcuk, 30 year master angler and television host for many shows seen on TSN, WFN and ESPN! Look for upcoming shows on these networks where Henry Waszczuk uses WEBFLYZ B.C. flies for HOT SPOT species that include: Bonefish, Permit, Triggerfish, Barracuda, Tarpon, Redfish and many others!

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My flies are fooling and finding their way to the mouths of many trophy fish globally!

 

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WEBFLYZ B.C. is proud to support HENRY WASZCZUK'S AWESOME fishing ADVENTURES across NORTH AMERICA!!!

 

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Here are some awesome bonefish/Permit flies that really NEED to be in your FLY BOX!!!

 

Tying Trailer Looped Flies-2011

TYING A TRAILER LOOPED FLY-by WEBFLYZ B.C.

A.K.A.>> WYNNONA'S EGG-SUKING BIG BROWN BEAVER <<6____photo_4
Notes: Using a NOR-VISE is the best way to tie flies, it is hand-crafted by Norm Norlander, super strong, allows any tyer to hold the fly at (North, East, West and South positions), the hook never slips out, and comes with a WIDE range of tying aids, all simplified with this vise.

Materials:
Hook:2/0 vision(this size has a larger eye for ease of passing through the trailer loop material of choice).
Trailer Loop: 8 inches LONG> (I use 0.19 diameter stainless steel cable, you can use many other materials such as tiger wire, slick shooter backing, vinyl, mono, or anything else you see fit for your fishing application).
Thread: BIG FLY or KEVLAR thread
Tail: Brown, grizzly dyed Zonker rabbit strip.
Flash: (optional) orange or any other color that works for you.
Body: Brown, grizzly dyed Zonker rabbit strip.
Egg: Light pink chenille, wrapped tight.

1____photoUse BIG FLY or KEVLAR thread for tying a base of thread on your hook, wind tightly! leaving 1/8th of an inch of room at the EYE of the hook, and finishing just before the TIP of the hook point.(When your bobbin is hanging, the thread should be hanging just in front of the hook point).

Pinch the 8 inch long piece of wire with your fingers(using pliers kinks the wire too easily).2____photo_2



2____photo_4Lay the folded piece of wire on top of hook, (mark a line on your vise in felt pen to have consistency in the lengths of your flies). Be sure not to exceed the length of the shank of the hook you are tying on!! (failure to do so will result in binding, kinking and the loop will not stay straight back as preferred).

Wrap lightly over the cable 2 times, adjust the wire if needed to be centered over top of your vise clamps, pull to tighten and secure.

4____unknownContinue tightly wrapping up towards the hook eye, (again stopping about an 1/8 of an inch before the base of the eye of hook) and push both loop ends through eye of hook.

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4____photo_2Fold the Loop material you chose in half, pulling tightly, and re-securing the bottom of the loop with tight thread wraps. Continue wrapping until you see that the loop material is fully covered.
This is the end of TYING a TRAILER LOOPED FLY by WEBFLYZ B.C. (next is adding the materials to complete a very effective leech-style fly).

PART 2---FINISHING THE TRAILER LOOPED FLY, by WEBFLYZ B.C.
4____photoTie in a Zonker rabbit strip just ahead of the last thread wraps that were completed with securing the trailer loop. Cut the Zonker strip 1 inch longer than the rear of the trailer loop fold, add about 5 strands of flash here if you like, tying it on one side, folding it in half, and matching this for the other side.(this gives 5 strands of flash on either side of the fly, and it never pulls out).

1____photo_2Tie in another piece of Zonker rabbit strip on a slight angle, wrapping over exposed thread, continuing forward and finishing near the hook eye, where you had stopped thread wraps before.


1____photo_4Tightly wrap over the exposed thread with the second Zonker strip, pulling the Zonker hair back towards the tail with every wrap, continuing to where the thread lies near the eye.

5____photo_5Tie off and secure, clip excess Zonker strip.

phororsAdd a chenille egg, color is up to the tyer, I chose light pink for visual reasons.

3____photoUse a pair of strong pliers to grasp hook near where the trailer loop comes out, being careful to not grab the loop material. Bend 90 degrees to the left, and 90 degrees to the right, and the hook will break where needed leaving a blunt break. Using stainless steel cable also allows the tyer to not have to file every broken hook.

5____photo_4 This is what the rear of your fly will look like after you have broken the hook.

5____photo_2Insert the trailer loop pinched end through the eye of a short-shank hook( I used RED for visual reasons). NOTE:> make sure the hook  is insreted with the hook point toward the Zonker strip hide!) Trailer hook sizes are usually between #2-2/0.

4____photo_3Push loop through eye of hook until it can be pushed over hook bend, one piece of loop on either side of trailer hook.

4____photo_5Pull trailer hook snug and the wire will hold the hook in place, at the rear of the fly, always staying straight back. Many steelhead see many flies in their life time. Some older, wiser steelhead will not always hammer the fly, tasting the rear or tail first. This style of fly allows these smarter fish to be hooked up to 50% more compared to a single fly with a long tail.
Thank you for allowing me to show you what I have to do, many times a day, TIGHT LINES, see you on the river!!
by: Cory Koenig of WEBFLYZ B.C.

6____photo_4... the finished product, I call this fly Wynonna's Egg-sukin BIG, Brown BEAVER! (WEBB LEECH) for short!

The Bulldog Fly: For Springs!

photo_3_4The BULL DOG Fly! An Idea taken from a trout favorite has now become a wonderful Steelhead and Chinook fly. This year I had made this fly 5-6 inches in length, added a stainless steel trailer loop and a 2/0 gammy for a trailer hook. There were a few times that I washed this hook in the Bulkley River for Springs with great results. A total of 4 Springs in the same pool within 2 separate sessions on those days. A friend took it to the Skeena and Kitimat Rivers and also had Chinook Salmon landed with this fly. I tried a few other color combos, but this one seemd to work(and so I kept using it!) It can be tied with a conehead for weight, but I choose to have the weight in my fly line instead. Enjoy!

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Smithers British Columbia V0J 2N0

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