Troy Miller’s Shaddie Clouser, updated

http://www.geocities.ws/clinscott_pfl/shaddieclouser.htm

Troy Miller  “The original is on the web (google “Troy shaddie clouser” and you’ll find it). I have a newer recipe with a different tying method but gives about the same result. Quicker and more durable. The new recipe also has three or four variants that is use in different conditions/applications. I still love that fly, it was one of Clarke’s favorites. I tie them with plastic eyes to fish right under the surface (specks over the green lights) to double heavy lead eyes to fish stripers on a sinking line deep in Texoma. And any depth in between. Tied correctly, they never foul.”

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League City Tying Team, March 25th, 2018

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Cabela’s is proud to host the League City Tying Team, made up of members from the Texas FlyFishers, Fly Fishers International, and other local anglers.  Come join the group at the table and learn about methods, techniques, and tools, as it relates to tying flies to fish our local Texas waters.  Talk around the table can get lively, and informative, so feel free to ask questions.

The theme for March 25th is “Topwaters.””

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League City Tying Team, February 25th, 2018, report

Four of us showed up to tie baitfish.

I think the rain kept a lot of customers at home.  We only talked to a handful, to include a couple of families.

I will co-ordinate next month’s tying within the next few days.

 

League City Tying Team, February 25th, 2018

Cabela’s is proud to host the League City Tying Team, made up of members from the Texas FlyFishers, Fly Fishers International, and other local anglers.  Come join the group at the table and learn about methods, techniques, and tools, as it relates to tying flies to fish our local Texas waters.  Talk around the table can get lively, and informative, so feel free to ask questions.

The theme for February 25th is “Baitfish.””

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League City Tying Team, January 28th, 2018

Cabela’s is proud to host the League City Tying Team, made up of members from the Texas FlyFishers, Fly Fishers International, and other local anglers.  Come join the group at the table and learn about methods, techniques, and tools, as it relates to tying flies to fish our local Texas waters.  Talk around the table can get lively, and informative, so feel free to ask questions.

The theme for January 28th is “Sheephead flies.”

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