Fred Hannie shows how to easily make some realistic Hopper legs from mono.
Vern-O breaking out of the winter tying rut during the “Nemo” storm. Read and see more at http://vern-o.blogspot.com/
“The first video in the Thomas Harvey series of flies…..the Wedding Veil. Thomas is the lead man behind Carolina Fly,a Southern Culture on the Fly contributor, and generally awesome fly designer.” – Brian Wise Recipe: Hook – Gamakatsu B10s #1 Tail – Saddle Hackle Body – EP Sparkle Brush Eyes – Clear Cure Dumbell Eyes [...]
Henning Sæbø from www.flytyingforum.com shows some great tips for taking photographs of your flies. Knowing your camera setting, light, and a solid back drop are all you really need
The Muddler Minnow is a timeless streamer that has been around and catching fish well before all the new materials and patterns that are front and center in today’s Fly Fishing market. Tim from Tightlines Productions break down a few tips and tricks that will make tying this pattern much easier.
Here’s a Surf Candy style pattern tied with the Fleye Foils by Bob Popovics. The tail made out of arctic fox wiggles nice in the water. Much better than most synthetics.
Without a doubt, the Fly Fishing Film Tour (F3T) is one of the best thing for fly fishing in the past 10yrs. Check out ALL of the 2013 trailers and find a tour stop near you.
Joshua Williams from Dead Drift Flies shows how he ties a green Wooly Bugger. Joshua’s ability and passion is clear in this short clip and can serve as a true inspiration.
Curtis shows how to tie his “zaggin zoom” which when stripped will have the walk-the-dog action simialr to the Zarra Spook lure.
Hatches contributor Matt Grajewski as his brother are starring in a new Fly Flick that is about to start making its rounds with the Fly Fishing Film Tour.
Scott Lewis from Alpha Trout Outfitters gives his take on the Rat/Squirrel Pole Dancer fly. Centered around creating a “Walk the Dog” action of a topwater Zara Spook.
The parafoam style is an ingenious way of incorporating foam which helps floatability and the para- loop hackle which keeps the hackle on top of the fly which allows the fly to ride better in the surface film. The parafoam style dries make really effective emerger and cripple patterns.
Anton Pousar tying a scandinavian style tube fly for salmon called Silver Glödhäck.
Here is another great streamer video from Brian Wise of flyfishingtheozarks.com. This is another in he series of Rich Strolis designed streamers.
Sometimes the most effective patterns can be the easiest to tie. For this rubber leg nymph by Christopher Miller a bead, lead, rubber legs, and chenille are all you need.