Learn How to Tie Two Very Simple and Effective Egg Patterns!

We just wanted to quickly share with you guys and gals two extremely easy to make and effective egg patterns to use during the spring and fall spawning runs. First, let's start with Lee's Ale Egg. While we don't share his apparent disdain for pegged beads (because there's a right and a wrong way of doing things), we do love flies that we can tie in 2 minutes or under that catch fish. He's shown everyone the photos, and these catch do work. If you enjoyed his video, and would like to learn more and get the materials necessary to tie these, follow this link! Here's the vid...





This next video is of the Egg Over Easy. Rick Murphy and I were playing around with different types of chenille, and he came up with this pattern tied with Trilobal Antron Chenille...




I use these with a ton of confidence during the spawn runs, and almost always catch fish with them. Our favorite color combination is the one being tied in the video. They also work great on Spinney Reservoir the first 3-4 weeks after ice-off!

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