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121. Medusa's Halloween Streamer - With Halloween around the corner (@ the filming of this video), it was suggested by my wife that a Halloween pattern would be fun...and I agree! This fly is part Slumpbuster, part Meat Whistle, part Zonker, and the rest is just fun. The best part is that the fly catches fish! At the end of this video for a fly I decided to call "Medusa's" Halloween Streamer, there is even a little glow-in-the-dark; what more can you ask for around this holiday? Feel free to use your favorite streamer hook for this pattern; I chose one by Allen Fly Fishing, the S402BL, which is quickly turning into my go-to hook for patterns like these. Feel free to view this hook and more at: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/n212bl-nymph-streamer-2xl-barbless/ Thanks for viewing this fly tying tutorial; feel free to leave comments/questions on this YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...g tutorial; feel free to leave comments/questions on this YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher... ...be page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com Originator: Tim Cammisa Submitter: Tim Cammisa Average: Select rating Poor Okay Good Great Awesome Give it 6/... ...! Comentarios en Ingles solamente, por favor! Your name Your email Anonymize my information. Name and email will not be shown with comment. Notify me ... ...comments... And only English language comments will be published. Name and email is optional but recommended. The email will be shown in a disguised f...

122. Bead Head Crystal Soft Hackle - For this tutorial, a pattern the pattern I chose to tie was the Bead Head Crystal Soft Hackle. This is an intermediate pattern, with the "crystal" section of its name deriving from the type of synthetic material used in the body. Feel free to substitute other colors, which do not have to be of the "crystal" variety. Thanks for viewing this pattern, and feel free to leave any comments on this YouTube page or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...o leave any comments on this YouTube page or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher - A Good... ... this pattern, and feel free to leave any comments on this YouTube page or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com Originator: Tim Cammi... ...e accepted! Comentarios en Ingles solamente, por favor! Your name Your email Anonymize my information. Name and email will not be shown with comment. ... ...above email-address. You don't have to comment to start or stop notifications. Continue All comments will be screened by the GFF staff before publicat...

123. Light Cahill Dry Fly - This YouTube fly tying tutorial features one of my favorite flies of all time, the Light Cahill. Created by Daniel Cahill over a hundred years ago, this fly is a classic pattern that continues to catch fish today, especially in situations that require a heavily-hackled fly in faster currents. The Light Cahill was one that I turned to on a regular basis when I first became addicted to this sport over 25 years ago, and a pattern that I still call a "go to" on a regular basis. Featured in this fly tying tutorial are the D101BL hooks from Allen Fly Fishing; you can find these hooks and many others at the following link: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/d101bl-standard-dry-fly-barbless/ Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com Feel free to leave any questions/comments on this YouTube page, the Trout & Feather Facebook page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...mments on this YouTube page, the Trout & Feather Facebook page, or you can email me: tcam... ...mments on this YouTube page, the Trout & Feather Facebook page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com Originator: Tim Cammisa Web site: Trout and Fe... ...h are accepted! Comentarios en Ingles solamente, por favor! Your name Your email Anonymize my information. Name and email will not be shown with comme... ...nts to this article on the above email-address. You don't have to comment to start or stop notifications. Continue All comments will be screened by th...

124. Tying Tube Flies: Part 1 - Tube flies are becoming more and more popular in fly fishing, and for a variety of species. I knew that it was time to become introduced to this style, and was even more convinced when reading two articles in the April-May 2014 issue of "Fly Fisherman." Those articles, written by Tom Rosenbauer and April Vokey, really broke everything down, plus gave great insight towards the many directions tube flies can be taken. Moving forward, I was hooked, and am now sharing my own thoughts in this series, "Tube Flies." During Part 1 of this fly tying series, I give a brief overview of my initial thoughts on tube flies, and then examine a starter kit from HMH (which I recommend to those beginning to tie tube flies). I discuss the materials included, and then ask the viewers for feedback related to other materials they have had success with in the "Comments" section of this YouTube page. Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com Feel free to leave any questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...Feel free to leave any questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video c... ...Feel free to leave any questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcam... ...h are accepted! Comentarios en Ingles solamente, por favor! Your name Your email Anonymize my information. Name and email will not be shown with comme... ...ents to this article on the above email-address. You don't have to comment to start or stop notifications. Continue All comments will be screened by t...

125. Skinny Nelson and variations - During this fly tying tutorial, I decided to give detailed tying instructions for Tracy Peterson's "Skinny Nelson," plus a few variations of the pattern (including a great one for midges). This pattern was originally developed for skinny water (as a baetis or midge imitation), but has since become known for its powers in the deep, primarily due to the addition of a tungsten bead. Popular species to fish for with this pattern include trout, grayling, steelhead, and salmon. In the second part of this video, I show and explain a number of ways to vary this pattern, which adds a lot more to the pattern. Please note that I chose to tie this on a standard-shanked hook, which is more representational of the flies in my area. I do mention a 1xl hook during the tutorial, which may better represent insects in your area. Speaking of hooks, the one I recommend for this pattern (and many other nymphs) is the W502 by Allen Fly Fishing. Both this and its counterpart (the W520BL barbless model) are excellent hooks that help to get the fly down quickly. Check out this model and others @: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/w502-wet-fly-nymph/ Thanks for viewing this fly tying tutorial; feel free to leave comments/questions on this YouTube page, or you can email me at: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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126. The Humpy Dry Fly - Featured in this fly tying tutorial is a pattern that I love to fish, the Humpy dry fly. This is a great attractor fly that trout really seem to love, especially when fishing it in faster currents. I was fortunate enough to have my Uncle John Cammisa tie the pattern on this video, and this is a special treat, being that he has been tying for over half of his life (age 82 in this video!). The tying of this pattern is not the simplest, thus I frequently will "commission" one of my favorite tyers (my Uncle John) for some of these flies. During this tutorial, my uncle goes into great detail and leads you through the required procedures to make the tying of this pattern much easier. To begin the video, I conduct a brief interview of my uncle, which then leads into an examination of a finished Humpy. This is followed by the tutorial, which my uncle concludes the fly for the camera, but still wanted to clean-up the finished product. After he cut away some fibers that were out of place, I took one final picture so all viewers can see what the finished fly looked like. Thanks go out to my uncle for agreeing to tie this pattern; he is a fantastic craftsman and has been one of my greatest fly tying mentors throughout my life. Thank you for viewing this tutorial, and please feel free to leave any comments/questions on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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127. Ian's Brass Ass nymph - In this fly tying tutorial, I show a modified version of Ian Colin James' "Ian's Brass Ass." This is a featured fly on the Orvis website, and though originally tied for steelhead in the Great Lakes Region, this pattern has now become a popular one for Czech-nymph tactics, too. Being that there is a lot of weight to this fly helps it both get to the bottom quickly, and stay there longer. The fly also has a Copper John feel to it, undoubtedly due to the weight. I have varied it slightly, as mentioned in the video, and I encourage you to try your own variations, while maintaining the defining characteristics. This fly has caught steelhead, salmon, and all varieties of trout and grayling; open a spot in your box for Ian's Brass Ass. Featured in this tutorial are the N203BL hooks from Allen Fly Fishing. These hooks are 2x heavy, which add to this pattern's weight and effectiveness. Check out those hooks and more at their website: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/n203bl/ Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial; feel free to leave any comments/questions on this YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...torial; feel free to leave any comments/questions on this YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFish... ...torial; feel free to leave any comments/questions on this YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com Originator: Tim Cammisa Submitter: Tim Cammisa... ...h are accepted! Comentarios en Ingles solamente, por favor! Your name Your email Anonymize my information. Name and email will not be shown with... ... comment. Notify me on new comments to this article on the above email-address. You don't have to comment to start or stop notifications. Continue All...

128. Doug Swisher's Madam X (Color: Royal) - In this fly tying tutorial, I demonstrate the steps required for Doug Swisher's Madam X. This version, the "Royal," is based on the colors/materials in the Royal Coachman and Wulff (red and peacock, respectively). This is a great attractor pattern, incorporating a deer hair wing tied bullethead style, plus great rubber legs to create vibrations in the water. This is a pattern to use in a variety of situations, most notably as an attractor in faster water; the bonus is that it's a really fun fly to tie! Featured in this tutorial are the N202 Terrestrial/Hopper hooks from Allen Fly Fishing; these are excellent hooks that match this pattern perfectly. Find the hooks at the following link: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/n202-nymph-dry-fly/ Thanks for viewing this tutorial; feel free to leave comments/questions on this YouTube page, or email me: Tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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129. Iced Cased Caddis - In this tutorial, I showcase a pattern meant to imitate a caddis as it is drifting in the stream while in its case, Aaron Jasper's Iced Cased Caddis. Typically, the case is found attached to a rock or streambed, yet trout will take this pattern as it drifts, possibly due to the green caddis thorax showing as it appears to "emerge" from the case. Vary this pattern by substituting other materials for the case and thorax, though I prefer a tungsten bead to help the fly stay down, while the color black represents a caddis head. Thanks for viewing, and feel free to leave comments/questions on this page, or email: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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130. The Visitors - Day 1 - A gallery for the emailers - Global FlyFisher

The Global FlyFisher The Visitors - Day 1The Visitors - Day 1 - A gallery for the emailers - Global FlyFisher First published March 22nd 2008 - A

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