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51. McLoco Beetle - The McLoco Beetle is a highly visible beetle pattern for the summer and fall months. I am using an AFF D103BL hook (down-eye, 1x-Long, 1X Fine, barbless dry fly hook). This is a sweet hook at a sweet price. Check them out at www.allenflyfishing.com. If you can't see this pattern on the water, than you really need to get your eyes checked. The peacock colored foam reflects light when on the water and the McFlyFoam hot spot is hard not to see. The best thing about this pattern is that the fish only sees the peacock underbody and the black silhouette of the shellback. When tying this pattern, make sure that the 2mm foam is cut slightly larger than the gap of the hook. This will help keep the fly presented right side up when on the water. To view RK's Fly Design complete fly collection Visit www.facebook.com/RKsFlyDesign - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...le is a highly visible beetle pattern for the summer and fall months. I am using an AFF D103BL hook down-eye, 1x-Long, 1X Fine, barbless dry fly hook ... ...le is a highly visible beetle pattern for the summer and fall months. I am using ... ...ttern can suddenly be what makes a day. Tom Biesot's hopper is a good bet. Using a fo... ... for the summer and fall months. I am using an AFF D103BL hook (down-eye, 1x-Long, 1X Fine, barbless dry fly hook). This is a sweet hook at a sweet pr...

52. The Woody Wacker - This very simple but effective lumo bodied trout fly is tied using the breast feathers of a native bird of New Zealand, the PUKEKO... Lucky for us they are abundant, however because they are native to NZ, we prefer to use road kill...You can find PUKEKO in swampy areas, for me around the Broadlands / Reporoa area.... We have used Weka breast feathers from the Chatham Is, and other similar shape feathers with as much success, however, we have noticed the trout find it hard to resist the NATURAL DARK BLUE in this beautiful feather. The Woody Wacker Materials: Hook: 6-10 Tail: Red Wool Body:Lumo wrap Wing: 3-4 PUKEKO breast feathers Cotton color: Black Filmed at studio42 in Tapuaeharuru (somewhere near Taupo) NZ. Music by Miles Poananga - TV Repairman... feat: Stella /Jeff... - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...oody Wacker - This very simple but effective lumo bodied trout fly is tied using the breast feathers of a native bird of New Zealand, the PUKEKO... Lu... ... Woody Wacker This very simple but effective lumo bodied trout fly is tied using the breast feathers of... ...ys to improve your fishing photos. This time about using your flash in bright daylight - even in sunshine. You might think that the flash on your came... ...oody Wacker - This very simple but effective lumo bodied trout fly is tied using the breast feathers of a native bird of New Zealand, the PUKEKO... Lu...

53. The Basic Concept - An introduction to the concept of tube flies and some arguments for using tubes rather than hooks. - Global FlyFisher

...cept - An introduction to the concept of tube flies and some arguments for using tubes rather than hooks. - Global FlyFisher First published August 16... ...oncept An introduction to the concept of tube flies and some arguments for using tubes rather than hooks. By Martin Joergensen Tying a simple conehead... ...ht to the back of the tube. Many tube fly anglers extend the tube a bit by using a small, soft sleeve to hold and guide the hook. This sleeve is mount... ...be by pulling it slightly up over the firm tube or just using it as a buffer between the metal and the hook and knot. The hook is then pulled into the...

54. Pepefly in Aurelia Lodge - On 7 November, kicking off my fishing season, departed at 17 am heading to Aurelia Lodge, where I was invited by Mr. Francisco Hermoso, Owner of Aurelia Lodge and Manager of Aurelia Lodge Diego Castillo to fish in the waters Rio Grande; I undertook this fishing trip with my friend and fishing buddy Omar Guenchur. We got to Aurelia Lodge and were greeted by Diego, who had a chat on various topics and of course fishing !!! finished the talk gave us until tomorrow and off to sleep. The next morning we got up early with Omar and departed toward the Rio Grande, sunny morning, but windy, like it should be on the Rio Grande, we were ready with equipment to not miss a minute of fishing !!!! We find a wide Rio Grande, with plenty of water and fast, but with its clean waters. With sunny day and clean water with no hesitation Omar tying our leaders articulate a new model based on the fly Rio Grande´s Queen , the new Sori´s articulated fly used was the color Chartreuse, Blue and Black. I started fishing at Radman Pool, with a Burkheimer Classic Spey Rod # 8/9/10 135”, Saracione Reel Mark Salmon V Model 4 ¼", line Nextcast WinterAuthority45 # 8/9 (46ft / 14.0m) with tip Nexcast ST15-S8 with a Chartreuse Sori´s articulated fly , the results were immediate both for me and for my fishing partner, our beginning more than good. I have to clarify that the shots of fishing, had to be at least 30 meters, given the conditions of the river, but as we say in the river, you have to put the fly "there" and you go fishing, but with the rod I was using the fly could get "there", change it for a rod a little more "long" and I started using a Rod Bob Meiser Highlander Classic #7/8/9 16", Saracione Reel Mark Salmon V Model 4 ¼", a line Nextcast WinterAuthority55 # 8/9 (54ft / 16.5m) with tip Nexcast ST15-S8, this rod gave me more opportunity to achieve so much easier the distance needed, the only change I made was a line change , incorporates Nextcast WinterAuthority45 # 8/9 (46ft / 14.0m), I had no problem with the wind, and allowed me to lift articulated flies and Tandem´s tube fly, in the Randman Pool we´ve fish three beautiful seatrout males ranging from 4 to 7 kilos, my friend Omar cath the biggest. We passed several pools, in which we also needed long cast like Martina and Alambre Pools, where the need was greatest width at the Rio Grande was made, and also the trout were "there", I continued fishing with the team it gave me more opportunity and facility to achieve distance, Bob Meiser 7/8/9 Highlander Classic Rod 16 ", but with a shorter line like Nextcast WinterAuthority45 # 8/9 (46ft / 14.0m) with tip Nexcast ST15 -S8. The sky was covered with some clouds, which at the time allowed the sun came up and hid it in others, this condition led us to decide to change the color of the fly and we decided on the new articulated fly, this time in color blue, and took the stage the Blue Sori articulated fly, was the fly of the day, with this fly I have the lucky to catch 6 sea trout of every weight and size !!! The equipment used for fishing Omar were next, Rod Zpey Infinity #7/8 12´6", OPST SP Lazar Running Line 30 lb, líne Zpey Fusión 2 sinking 2/3/4, Polileader 15” density 7 and the Rod Guideline LPX 13” 8/9, OPST SP Lazar Running Line 30 lb with líne Zpey Fusión 2 sinking 2/3/4 and Polileader 15” density 7. The Alambre Pool gave us very good results, such was the surprise in this pool that we can say we have the strawberry of the dessert, my friend Omar fish a beautiful steelhead with more than 4 kilos of weight, in this case with a Sori Black fly , we miss catching a chinook salmon, but it will be a matter of time, more importantly, the sea trout are in Aurelia !!! Surely in the next few days will be varying river conditions, the river will become narrower and less plentiful, but will certainly be a challenge for the fly fisherman. Next week I will have the video ready of the catchs the flies used. Beautiful start to the season, I have no doubt that Aurelia Lodge is a great place to start our fishing season !!! From now on my behalf and on behalf of all members of Pepefly, I thanks Mr Francisco Hermoso Owner of Aurelia Lodge, Diego Castillo Manager Aurelia Lodge, and the entire staff of Aurelia Lodge for the invitation and the great kindness and hospitality which were attended and allowing us to test new models Pepefly flies !!! Tight lines!!! Pepe - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

..., you have to put the fly there and you go fishing, but with the rod I was using the fly coul... ...d get there , change it for a rod a little more long and I started using a Rod Bob Meiser Highlander Classic #7/8/9 16 , Saracione Reel Mark Salmon V ... ..., you have to put the fly there and you go fishing, but with the rod I was using the fly could get there , change it for a rod a little more long and ... ...ave to put the fly "there" and you go fishing, but with the rod I was using the fly could get "there", change it for a rod a little more "long" and I ...

55. Brassie - In this instructional video you will see the step by step process of tying a Brassie pattern. This fly pattern has been around for some time now and is still very effective. It can be tied in many different colors by just changing the color of wire you are using. Everyone should have a couple of these in there box just in case. Materials: Hook: Daiichi 1560 #16 Thread: UTC 70 Black Abdomen: Ultra Wire Brassie Amber Thorax: Peacock Herl Check Out Our Website: www.henrysforkanglers.com Like Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HenrysForkAnglers?ref=hl Thank you for watching - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...e tied in many different colors by just changing the color of wire you are using. Everyone should have a couple of these in there box just in case. Ma... ...e tied in many different colors by just changing the color of wire you are using. Every... ...ish. We end up using 7X, size 24 hooks and stealth moves on the river banks. Sometimes you need to go the opposite way, if you want a big fish at end ... ... color of wire you are using. Everyone should have a couple of these in there box just in case. Materials: Hook: Daiichi 1560 #16 Thread: UTC 70 Black...

56. Tying Steelhead Flies Using Ostrich Feathers - Part One - Matt Sherman of The Fly Fishing Shop in Welches, Oregon shows the different styles of ostrich feathers and how to construct a Fish Taco steelhead fly, invented by popular steelhead guide Jeff Hickman. This fly tying session is long, so it is offered in two separate video parts. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Tying Steelhead Flies Using Ostrich Feathers - Part One - Matt Sherman of The Fly Fishing Shop in Welches, Oregon shows the different styles of ostri... ...ies Using Ostrich Feathers - Part One Matt Sherman of The Fly Fishing Shop in Welches, Oregon shows the different styles of ostrich feathers and how t... ...translucent baitfish imitations using synthetics and epoxy. Some years ago Bob Popovic's book Pop Fleyes introduced Kasper Mühlbach to the Surf Candy... ...pyright holder. Comments and suggestions are welcome Tying Steelhead Flies Using Ostrich Feathers - Part One - Matt Sherman of The Fly Fishing Shop in...

57. Bunny Baitfish - Using a binder clip as a material clamp to combine materials to spin in a dubbing loop, creating an effective streamer pattern. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Bunny Baitfish - Using a binder clip as a material clamp to combine materials to spin in a dubbing loop, creating an effective streamer pattern. - fl... ...sh Using a binder clip as a material clamp to combine materials to spin in a dubbing loop, creating an effective streamer pattern. Originator: Jeff Cr... ...ut can be adapted to look like almost any small fish. Learn to tie it here using easily available materials - July 5th 2011 Roy Lopez Aspiring guide... ...nts and suggestions are welcome Bunny Baitfish - Using a binder clip as a material clamp to combine materials to spin in a dubbing loop, creating an e...

58. Yellow Deer Hair Tarpon Fly - This Deer Hair Tarpon Fly is simple to tie, big bodied and slow sinking. I use this fly in the Keys Backcountry. I prefer using tarpon flies that are tied with natural materials and this pattern is just what the doctor ordered. Tarpon fishing in the Florida Keys is as good as it gets. If you would like to twitch a Deer Hair Tarpon Fly right in front of a monster fish. You need to go to http://www.riplips.com and book a fishing trip this Spring. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... bodied and slow sinking. I use this fly in the Keys Backcountry. I prefer using tarpon flies that are tied with natu... ...odied and slow sinking. I use this fly in the Keys Backcountry. I prefer using tarpon flies that are tied with natural materials and this pattern is j... ...ies Hanley's pragmatic and productive approach to a specific tying method: using furled pieces of material to create elongated shapes of different kin... ... bodied and slow sinking. I use this fly in the Keys Backcountry. I prefer using tarp...

59. Stickel's Solar Flare Variation - Tony Torrence ties a winter steelhead tube fly pattern using arctic fox and barred ostrich. This bad boy will swim! For more fly tying videos, check out http://www.OregonFlyFishingBlog.com. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...r Flare Variation - Tony Torrence ties a winter steelhead tube fly pattern using arctic fox and barred ostrich. This bad boy will swim! For more fly t... ...lar Flare Variation Tony Torrence ties a winter steelhead tube fly pattern using arctic fox and barred ostrich. This bad... ...his short video shows you how to whip finish with your fingers rather than using a tool. It's quite easy, look... ...r Flare Variation - Tony Torrence ties a winter steelhead tube fly pattern using arctic fox and barred ostr...

60. Fly fishing - Fly fishing is so exciting! This was my dad's second time fly fishing. We practiced casting, presentation, setting the hook and keeping a tight line a few times on the lawn. The anticipation to get on the water was too great so we put our waders on and jumped in our float tubes. This was the Hex Hatch so things were likely to go crazy! My dad was casting to rising trout that were cruising along the shallows, feeding on hex emergers and duns. He was using a size 8 foam hex dun which this trout found irresistable. Next thing you know....GAME ON! The smile at the end says it all. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...re cruising along the shallows, feeding on hex emergers and duns. He was using a size 8 foam hex dun which this trout found irresistable. Next thing y... ...were cruising along the shallows, feeding on hex emergers and duns. He was using a size 8 foam hex dun which this trout found irresistable. Next thing... ...gh you fly lines. Using a ruler, a few paperclips and some nuts you can make a precise balance, which can help you determine the AFTM class of all of ... .... He was using a size 8 foam hex dun which this trout found irresistable. Next thing you know....GAME ON! The smile at the end says it all. - fly fish...

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