A good friend of mine Bob Streb ties some great fly patterns that tend to out fish what you’ll find in the bins at your local shop. Spring time in means streamer time and one of my favorite spring streamer patterns is the Tequeely. This bug is sold as a bass fly and is supposed to mimic a baby bird that has fallen out of a tree. What a trout thinks of it I have no clue. All I know is that is works awesome in the spring and only so so in the fall. Bob likes to tie his own variation of the Tequeely and calls it the cha ching. Here is a short vid on how to tie this deadly streamer pattern.