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41. Hungarian Partridge Feathers - In this fly tying tutorial, I demonstrate three effective ways to utilize Hungarian Partridge feathers. Though I focus mainly on the breast feathers, I take some time at the beginning of the video to stress that entire skins have an excellent variety of feathers and should be utilized at the tying bench for many patterns. The Hungarian Partridge feathers are some of the most coveted in fly tying, and for many reasons. For starters, their mottling looks very similar to natural insects. Next, the feathers can be found in a variety of earth-tone colors, thereby allowing a tyer to mimic a variety of mayflies and caddisflies. Finally, when wet, these fibers tend to nearly breathe with the water, which again is very similar to the natural insect. Once you combine all of these factors, it's easy to see why tyers turn to this feather more often than not. Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial; feel free to leave any comments/questions directly on this page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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42. CDC Parachute Flies - During this fly tying tutorial, I show a simple technique used for tying parachute CDC flies. This is an effective method that utilizes a great material to use with parachute dry flies, especially for those difficult fish in pressured water. With a little practice, this technique can be applied to your emerger patterns, and I believe will ultimately lead to more fish. During this video, I referenced a website to learn more about CDC feathers; you can view the information here: http://globalflyfisher.com/tiebetter/... The dubbing loop tool that I used during this video was made by Stonfo, an Italian-based company. Information about this Rotodubbing Elite can be found at the following link: http://www.stonfo.it/site/product/611... Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial; feel free to leave questions/comments on this site, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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43. Schlappen Woolly Bugger - In this fly tying tutorial, I show an easy way to vary the Woolly Bugger, which is by substituting a schlappen hackle for the traditional saddle hackle. The former consists of a marabou butt section, plus has very webby hackle throughout. I encourage you to try some flies with this hackle, plus wet them when finished at your bench (like I do in this video) to see how they will look in the water. Featured in this tutorial are the S403 streamer hooks by Allen Fly Fishing; they can be found here: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/s403-nymph-streamer-3xl/ Additionally, if you are interested in schlappen hackle, I suggest you try Clearwater Hackle; the link is: http://www.clearwaterhackle.com/ Thanks for viewing this tutorial; feel free to leave any questions or comments directly on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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44. Bullethead Caddisfly - For this tutorial, I am demonstrating the process to tie Al & Gretchen Beatty's Bullethead Caddisfly. This is a very fun pattern to tie, especially for those who enjoy spinning deer hair. There are different ways to tie this pattern, especially for the bullethead; some insist placing the bullethead hair first, while others last. I chose the former for this pattern because I dislike crowding the remaining sections of this fly. This is also a fun pattern to fish, as I describe in the video. Thanks for viewing this pattern, and feel free to leave comments/questions on this page or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...ons on this page or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher - A Good Place to go for Online F... ...ng this pattern, and feel free to leave comments/questions on this page or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com Originator: Tim Cammisa Submitter: Martin Joer... ...h are accepted! Comentarios en Ingles solamente, por favor! Your name Your email Anonymize my information. Name and email will not b... ...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. Co...

45. Sulfur (Sulphur) Parachute Emerger - In this fly tying tutorial, I imitate the stage occurring prior to the mayfly turning into an adult, the emerger stage. Using a sulfur (sulphur) as my base pattern, I briefly discuss the qualities that make this fly an emerger, list the needed materials, and then give a fly tying tutorial of the pattern. This is a great pattern to use once you begin to see trout feeding on the surface during the beginning stages of the hatch. Featured in this tutorial is a hook by Allen Fly Fishing ( http://www.allenflyfishing.com/d102bl-dry-fly-wide-gape-barbless/ ); this is an excellent dry fly hook for this, and similar, patterns. Also featured is saddle hackle by Clearwater Hackle ( http://www.clearwaterhackle.com/saddles/ ); I encourage you to utilize this incredible hackle, which is found in a variety of colors. Thanks for viewing this fly tying tutorial; please feel free to leave any comments or questions directly on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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46. Crystal Conehead Woolly Bugger - Two Minute Fly Tying: The Crystal Conehead Woolly Bugger Continuing my Two Minute Tying series, I chose a basic pattern that always hooks fish, the Crystal Bugger. Derived from a Woolly Bugger, the crystal bugger employs a crystal chenille that allows the body of the fly to sparkle, therefore attracting more fish. In this version, I chose not to include hackle because the chenille I used had such long fibers, making the hackle unnecessary. Definitely vary your own pattern, altering the color combinations, beads at the front, or use of hackle; feel free to share those new patterns on this page, especially as a Video Response. Thanks for viewing, and be sure to post and comments/questions either here or my email: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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47. Intruder Steelhead Fly - During this fly tying tutorial, I welcome guest tyer Joe Kayafas as he shares a version of the ever-popular Intruder fly. During the tying, Joe goes into detail explaining the various steps and techniques for tying this pattern, plus offers insight towards other possible variations and methods. This is an excellent pattern for various species, including steelhead, and I encourage you to share your own variations via this site's comments. If interested in learning more about Joe, or simply to follow his fishing and tying, be sure to add him on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joe.kayafas Thanks for viewing this fly tying tutorial of the Intruder steelhead fly; please feel free to leave any questions/comments on this YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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48. TC's Black Stonefly - During this tutorial, I demonstrate a few methods used on a great all-around heavy nymph pattern, the stonefly. Featured in the video are J100BL jig hooks from Allen Fly Fishing (http://www.allenflyfishing.com/copy-of-w501bl-wet-fly-nymph-1xl-barbless/), which are extremely effective to fish with, especially when desiring a drag-free drift, with or without an indicator. This pattern can be fished with many methods, including czech nymphing. Thanks for viewing, and feel free to leave all comments/questions on this page or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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49. Napoleon's Dynamite nymph - Featured in this fly tying tutorial is a pattern that is popular among the Czech/Euro nymphing crowd, Napoleon's Dynamite. This is a fly that features weight, a slender body, and a couple hot spots. Combined with those characteristics are some great colors, and we have a pattern that catches lots of fish. The hot spot can be as a tag or collar, with the former being more effective in areas that receive lots of fishing pressure. Feel free to modify this pattern to meet the needs of your fishing, and I recommend starting by substituting other fluorescent colors. Featured in this tutorial are the J100BL jig hooks from Allen Fly Fishing; check out these hooks and other fly fishing supplies here: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/ Also featured in this video are tungsten slotted disco beads from Rip Lips Fishing. These are great beads, and I encourage you to check out these and all of the other varieties here: http://www.riplipsfishing.com/ Thanks for viewing this fly tying tutorial of Napoleon's Dynamite. Feel free to leave any questions/comments directly on this YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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50. Pineapple Express Bead Head (w/hot spot) - In this video, I illustrate Aaron Jasper's Pineapple Express fly, a simple nymph that is highly effective in smaller sizes. The pattern is straightforward, but I also show a second fly with a variation in tail and hot spot color, plus detail how to finish the pattern with only the hot spot showing minus the thread (remember to apply head cement after using this technique!). Thanks for viewing, and feel free to share any comments/questions on this page or email: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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