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The Soft Hackle Hare and Copper Jig is a great fly to use when movement and a more natural approach are needed. This is a favorite jig of mine, I hope you enjoy it!

The Hot Collar Zebra Midge is a great choice when fishing stained or murky waters and small midges and mayflies are on the menu. I hope you enjoy tying this fly. Great fly pattern for beginners as well.

The Rainbow Midge is definitely a fly that will become a new favorite of yours I hope. I very easy fly pattern for a beginner to tie. As Gordon always says, "Keep It Simple."

The Black Zebra Midge is as about as basic as it gets when it comes to fly tying. The good thing about it is that it works great! A must fly for the beginner to learn to tie. This is one of many flies that are almost always in Gordon's fly box. Hope you enjoy it!

The Hunter Caddis has been one of Gordon's favorite flies for years and still is. This is a very easy fly pattern to tie which makes it a must for the beginner fly tier! Spin some up some of these nymphs and let me know what you think. Enjoy tying the Hunter Caddis!

The Perdigon Nymph is a great fly pattern for beginners once again. The Jelly Bean Perdigon is a variation that Gordon created 5 or 6 six years ago and is a go to for him. I hope you enjoy the Jelly Bean Perdigon!

The Split Case Pheasant Tail Nymph Is a great Sulphur or Blue Winged Olive imitation. This is a pattern that I always have several varitions of in my fly box. This is definitely a good fly pattern to know how to tie. I hope you enjoy it!

The Olive Wooly Bugger is a must fly for the box ! Another very simple fly to tie for the beginner fly tiers out there. The jig version is very versatile. You can jig it, tight line it, or swing and strip it like a streamer. It will catch fish any way you fish it! Enjoy the Olive Wooly Bugger Jig!