Here goes. I believe these names are right. I'll probably butcher a couple of them.
The two in the upper left corner were tied by artist Larry Haines of Port Isabel. He gave me those and I think he refered to them as his version of a Lefty's Deceiver. Beautiful movement in the water. I haven't yet duplicated those.
The three in the middle of the left column are my versions of Surf Candy flies.
The bottom left and all of the center row are bendbacks that I tie using Sparkle Braid on the hook shank and various materials for the wings. Snookdude's favorite of those is the copper braid body with the glow chartruese wing topped with copper flash. It flashes like a copper/gold spoon in the water. I use it when I want to throw a spoonfly, but it's too windy to use the spoon. All of the heads are coated with Loon "Hard Head". It's a water based epoxy substitute.
The upper right is something I tied after seeing one somewhere. I believe it's a Blanton's Whistler, but don't quote me on that. In the water it somewhat imitates an eel. There are times (like now) when the reds and trout are eating a small dark colored eel.
The three on the bottom right column are an ugly little thing I made one day while I was playing around getting started. I had it in my box last spring when I ran into a bunch of picky reds south of Mansfield. I threw every fly I had at them and got a bunch of refusals. They wouldn't eat spoonflies, poppers, deceivers, etc. I finally looked at this butt ugly thing and decided to give it a try. They ate it without hesitation. I cleaned a couple of them for dinner and found they were full of little shrimp. I had three double digit days in a row with it. It consists of a pair of beadchain eyes tied to the bottom middle of the shank to make the hook ride point up, overwrapped by cactus chenille for a body, and a craft fur tail striped with a black marker and a few strands of pearl Krystal Flash. It has no name, I just refer to it as my shrimpycrabybuggylookingthing. I'm going to let Mercy throw one tomorrow. If she catches that first red on it then maybe we can name it after her.
Kinda longwinded, but I hope it helps.