Have you ever wondered why it seems that 10% of boats on the lake are landing 90% of the fish?
This is not by accident, and is simply because some anglers are constantly dialed in to the fly that fish want to eat. With over 2,500 known species of Chironomids throughout the Pacific Northwest, having a wide variety of patterns is essential for catching large, conditioned fish.
Chironomids account for over 50% of a rainbow trout's diet throughout the open water season, and there are no methods more effective when a chironomid hatch is present. The qualities of productive chironomid patterns include life-like taper, size, shape, and colour to match the natural pupa that are emerging.
With 7 chapters and over 40 short videos, Chironomid Tying Mastery is a decade worth of dedicated research and development compressed into one online course. Students will learn topics such as choosing proper equipment, body materials, ribbing materials, basic and advanced techniques, as well as 12 of our standby chironomid patterns.
Chironomid Tying Mastery is designed for tyers of all skill levels, allowing you to learn at your own pace, and revert back to previous lessons any time you want. Our purpose with this course is to save you time, money and effort on your path to becoming highly effective at tying chironomids that produce results.
Our mission is to serve you with quality, reliable information to improve your fly fishing and tying experience
How to select the proper equipment, tools, and materials
Beginner and advanced chironomid tying techniques
How, when and why we use specific materials to closely imitate the properties of natural chironomid pupa
PDF copy of 'The Chironomid Fishing Handbook: 51 Tips for Chironomid Fishing Success' to put your chironomid patterns into action
Over a decade of knowledge and experience on the topic of tying and fishing chironomids