Sometimes fish look for a little flash, other times they seem to desire subtelty. Sometimes they want something that perfectly mimics their food, other times they seem to be looking for a fight with anything that enters their territory. But fish always, ALWAYS, appreciate a well-named fly.
Enter Joe Dirt, a coastal salt water streamer pattern that can be presented like a shrimp or like a smal fish. It’s a beautiful fly, but with a name like Joe Dirt what fish could resist?
Matt will also be tying up his Tail Kick Baitfish, which was originally developed to resemble smolts in the Sound and demonstrates a very cool method of making tails with saddle hackle.