Posts Tagged ‘tightlines productions’
Nothing is more polarizing in fly fishing than the phrase “Competitive Fly Fishing”. These events range from local grassroots gatherings to large international events.
A flowing nymph pattern that wants to be a soft hackle. The Shakey Bealy could be a great Sulphur or October caddis pattern that might be that extra little bit that make a killer fly. Swung on a tight line or dead drifted, give the Shakey Bealy a try.
The Chernobyl Ant is a must for any box. This super versatile pattern can be changed in size and color to meet individuals needs and target species.
Matt Grobert and Tightlines Productions team up on a very detailed video on how to tie a red quill. There are some great detailed tips around the winging and the quill body.
“EGG” The 3-letter word that is a 4-letter word in fly fishing. The most bashed, yet most effective fly is arguably an egg pattern.
Isonychias or “ISOs” for short are a very popular and productive hatch in the east and midwest. Tightlines Productions and Matt Grobert team up for this tying video with some great technique and pointers for creating parachute flies.
Learn how to tie a high riding variation of the tried and true Rusty Spinner that will allow you to fish more effectively in low light.
The Quill Gordon is perhaps one of the most widely known dry flies, originated by Theodore Gordon around the turn of the 20th century. Over 100 years laters Tightlines showcases Allen Landheer’s Quill Gordon Emerger.
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.
Timulators are great stonefly imitations as well a searching patterns. The combination of a fully hackled body and an elk hair wing, allows this fly to ride high even in rougher water. This one is tied ligh yellow with a sparse wing to match a yellow sally.
Hendricksons usually mark the start of east coast/ midwest mayfly season. With a dun that spends a good amount of time on the water, the Hendricksons are a great hatch to fish. Check out this Catskill style fly. Video by Tightlines Productions check out more HERE.
Joe Cordeiro ties a single wing Flatwing Fly by Tightlines Productions (http://www.tightlinevideo.com). A great large profile fly with little bulk, the flatwing is a favorite with Striper fisherman. Be sure to check out the under water footage of the flatwing to see how the materials build a large body with great movement. The technique for […]
A great Scud pattern by Tightlines Productions (http://www.tightlinevideo.com). Along with the great detailed tying, be sure to check out the informative underwater view of a swimming scud!