Jan. 20, 2014
Happy to say that there’s a new tying tutorial coming within a couple days at most. This one is on Larry’s Lizard, a wildly effective subsurface bass fly that has been wowing the largemouths at central Oregon’s Davis Lake. Most effective fly for multiple anglers for multiple seasons.
It’s been a great teaching fly because it demonstrates large fly articulation, design and construction of double mono weed guards, and delves into color theory.
Full workshop tutorials on making double mono weed guards, and the Larry’s Lizard itself will be available as downloadable pdfs.
The partial illustration above is from a page discussing the evolution of the fly pattern (and patterns in general).