Here we tied a classic style North Country Spider Soft Hackle Pattern. We believe that it is important to honor the history in fly tying. These styles of patterns have been around since the 1500s, this makes them a very important part in the history of fly fishing. These patterns share a lot with Tenkara Kebari patterns. They both have a lot of deep history, used materials available at the time, and used simplicity to maximize materials, and effectiveness. These are amongst some of our favorite patterns. We encourage you to tie some up and see how you like them too. Please make sure to like your favorite videos, leave us a comment, subscribe to our channel, and hit the bell for future notification. We would appreciate your help in helping grow our reach and help others who are trying to learn about this art form.
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