i really enjoy your tying demos. Thanks for posting them. The Adams Irresistable is not a fly I’ll likely tie, it takes too long to tie and tying in sizes 16 and 18, typical sizes for my home river would be even more challenging.
Excellent fly well tied!
I love watching your videos, very informitive and helpful.
I have tied these flies and they really work well on the water. They sure catch fish.
All the best
thanks for the video, i realy enloyed it.
Excellent fly well done. I enjoy your videos, They are very helpful and you can pick up things.
Thanks so much for this one. Beautifully demonstrated, and very enjoyable to watch.
I’ll be tying up a bunch of these now to use on my native Australian creeks.
I think I’ll try to tie it and see how it does out on the west coast thank you for sharing. Very helpful videos
Davie,thanks to your videos I am looked on fly tieing again. Lovely to watch.
I’d watch Davie tie his shoes, if I could. He makes a beautiful presentation each time.
I thank you for the kind words…
All the best Davie
Davie, Your demonstration of tying the “Adams Irresistable” is excellent. The “Adams Irecsistable” is not only a fly, but the way you tied it, it’s a work of art! I can’t wait to tie this one! Thank you for the easy instructions to follow. I look forward to watching your other videos!
Hi Davie, Everything else goes on the back burner when I see a new fly posted by you. I wish I had your e-mail, I’ve been trying to get some info on a certain fly I saw on YouTube,”Intruder Austral Underwater”,but no replys from this company. Happy St.Patrick’s day to you and yours.Tom.
Great tutorial Davie . One of my favorites . This is easy to follow , and makes it look easy . I’ve tied a few , but I think I made it harder than it needs to be . Thanks for the insight .
I will have to give that a try and fish with it here in north carolina
Excellent video. I have always enjoyed this web
Always enjoy your videos can’t wait till the next one!
Nice job with a new twist on an old classic dry fly.
Here’s something readers may wish to consider if they’re comfortable straying just a bit.
You can save those valuable grizzly hackle tips by replacing the wings with polypropylene (poly) yarn.
Start with light gray yarn and remove fibers to leave a residual number that can be divided to form the wings. Take a waterproof black marker like a “Sharpie” and apply black striping as needed. Tie them on and form the wings.
They make for a lighter weight fly and also improve its ability to float.
To David McPhail I like the video on, Tying the
Adams Irresistable. with Deer Hair.
This is the first time I’ve Seen it done.
As I am crippled I am not able to go to Tying events.
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