It’s been a while since we’ve checked in on what Adam Rieger has been tying over on his YouTube channel, Fly Anorak. Adam’s always been a friend to Tenkara Angler, providing us both video and written content in the past, so we were happy to see some kebari patterns posted to his video lineup. If you’re looking for some patterns to tie to fill up that fly box, don’t hesitate to give these three recipes a go.
While those are some of the more recent kebari, Adam’s channel has many more entries where he ties wet flies, dry flies, traditional streamers, and even some nymphs. His YouTube channel is definitely worth subscribing to, if you have not already.
Adam Rieger works for a wine and sake importer and distributor in New York and New Jersey. He lives in the Croton River watershed about an hour north of New York City, but travels the tri-state area hunting brook trout whenever his wife lets him. Follow his fly tying videos on YouTube.
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