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71. 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

...ments/questions on this page, or email: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher - A Good Place to go fo... ...ks for viewing, and feel free to leave comments/questions on this page, or email: tcammisa@gmail.com Originator: Tim Cammisa Submitter: ... ...h are accepted! Comentarios en Ingles solamente, por favor! Your name Your email Anonymize my info... ...rmation. 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 commen...

72. Improved Pheasant Tail nymph - Featured in this fly tying tutorial is the "Improved" Pheasant Tail nymph, which is a classic in the fly fishing world. Using the word "improved" is where I tread softly because Frank Sawyer's original is a tough pattern to revise. With that said, in the video I substitute Coq de Leon as the tailing fibers for two reasons. First, the material is extremely durable and resistant to tearing. Second, the mottling featured on Coq de Leon is excellent, and very representational of mayfly nymphs. Please feel free to comment on this pattern and share any modifications that you have made to improve the original Pheasant Tail. This pattern is one of those I feature in the "Two Minute Tying" series. These flies are more of "guide flies," meaning they can be tied in a short amount of time, and more importantly, catch fish. Thanks for viewing this fly tying tutorial of the "Improved" Pheasant Tail; 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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73. Soft Hackle Hares Ear - During this demonstration, I share tips and techniques to tie a favorite fly of many, the soft hackle hare's ear. Using a dubbing loop to create a "buggier" body is a key to this fly, thus I encourage you to try variations of your own and share their recipes on this page with others. Thanks for viewing, and if you have any questions or comments, feel free to email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...hanks for viewing, and if you have any questions or comments, feel free to email me:... ...have any questions or comments, feel free to email me: tcammisa@gmail.com Originator: Tim Cammisa Submitter: Tim Cammisa Average: Select rating Poor O... ...h are accepted! Comentarios en Ingles solamente, por favor! Your name Your email Anonymize my informat... ...ion. 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...

74. Crazy Charlie bonefish pattern - In this fly tying tutorial, I show the materials and steps needed to tie a venerable bonefish pattern, the "Crazy Charlie." This fly, imitating a glass minnow, has been producing on the flats for years, and can also be modified for other fishing situations. During the tutorial, I discuss other materials that can be substituted, while ensuring the same results. Featured in this tutorial are the SW002 saltwater hooks from Allen Fly Fishing; these are excellent hooks for this pattern and can be found at the following link: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/sw002-saltwater/ Thanks for viewing this tutorial; 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

...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... ...feel free to leave any comments/questions on this YouTube page, or you can 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 comme... ...n the 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 pu...

75. Sculpin Bugger - This fly tying tutorial is centered around the topic of sculpins and a pattern to represent them. The fly, a Sculpin Bugger, is easy to tie, and more importantly, encompasses some great characteristics of the natural sculpin. Featured in this video are "Sculpin Helmets" from the Fly Men Fishing Company (http://flymenfishingcompany.org/products/fish-skull-products/sculpin-helmet/) and some new hackle on the scene from Joel Alsdorf (http://www.alsdorfgenetic.com/). Thanks for viewing, and feel free to leave comments/questions directly on this YouTube page or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...and feel free to leave comments/questions directly on this YouTube page or email me: tcammisa@... ...his YouTube page or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com Originator: Tim Cammisa Submitter: Tim Cammisa Average: Select rating Poor Okay Good Great Awesome Gi... ...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... ...s article on the above email-address. You don't have to comment to start or stop notifications. Continue All comments will be screened by the GFF staf...

76. Steeler Bugger - In this fly tying tutorial, fun is definitely the name of the game! Through a forum dedicated to fly tying, known as the Fly Tying Forum (link below), a thread was started related to your favorite football team coupled with fly tying. Put that pair together, and my pattern emerged as the "Steeler Bugger!" For starters, this woolly bugger is definitely just a fun pattern, being that I've never fished it (yet!). I wanted to focus on black and gold colors, as my team is known for. Basically, I wanted a fly that had the potential to catch some fish, represent my hometown team (the Pittsburgh Steelers) and play along with the forum fun...hence the "Steeler Bugger." Feel free to check out the forum at the following link: http://www.flytyingforum.com/ Thanks for viewing; if you have any questions/comments, you may leave them directly on this YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...y questions/comments, you may leave them directly on this YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher... ...is YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com Originator: Tim Cammisa Submitter: Tim Cammisa Average: Select rating Poor Okay Good Great Awesome G... ...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 sto...

77. George Daniel's Czech Catnip - This fly tying tutorial features George Daniel's Czech Catnip, a fly commonly used as the "anchor" for those familiar with Czech Nymphing. The anchor fly is the heaviest fly placed on the setup, and this one works great for it bc of both its weight and ability to attract fish. This is a no-nonsense fly, plus relatively simple to tie, and I encourage you to add some of these to your fly box. Being that the main material (Micro Polar Chenille) comes in a variety of colors, this pattern can be varied quite easily. I made a slight variation to the original pattern by substituting UV Chartreuse Polar Chenille in place of the original Olive, and I believe this change helps to make the fly more of an attractor-type in waters especially for trout, steelhead, salmon, and grayling. If there are any additional combinations of materials that have worked for you, feel free to share via this page. Featured in this fly tying tutorial are the N203BL hooks by Allen Fly Fishing. These hooks have a great look to them, are barbless, plus are 2x heavy, with that additional weight helping to get this fly to the bottom quickly. I encourage you to check out these hooks and more at: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/n203bl/ Thanks for viewing this fly tying tutorial; feel free to leave comments/questions directly on this YouTube page or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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78. Hot Belly Pheasant Tail - In this "Two Minute Fly Tying" tutorial, I wanted to share an effective pattern that is equally quick to tie, the Hot Belly Pheasant Tail. In this version, I have opted to remove the legs, and instead pull out sections of the thorax with velcro, thereby creating the impression of legs on the nymph. Have fun tying this pattern, and don't be afraid to vary the thorax with other dubbing; the "hot belly" is intended as a hot spot, and the possibilities are endless. Featured in this tutorial are the N203/N203BL Shrimp & Caddis hooks from Allen Fly Fishing; their link is: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/n203/ Thanks for viewing this tutorial; feel free to leave comments/questions on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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79. The Royal Trude and Variation - For this fly tying tutorial, I wanted to bring more light to a tradition pattern, the Royal Trude. Instead of simply describing and tying this fly, I focused on possible variations that a tyer would make to enhance the fly, bringing it up to more "modern-day" materials. The original pattern is a highly effective fly, being fished as a dry (attractor), wet fly. and streamer; the variation is able to be fished this way, too. Other common flies this pattern can represent include terrestrials, stoneflies, caddis, and drakes. Current versions of this fly are also well-known; the Lime Trude won a One-Fly contest, thus solidifying this pattern for years to come. Featured in this tutorial are D102BL dry fly hooks by Allen Fly Fishing (http://www.allenflyfishing.com/d102bl... these hooks are excellent for a variety of dry fly patterns. A second product featured is the cape by Clearwater Hackle (http://www.clearwaterhackle.com/capes/); this product is some of the best available on today's market. Thanks for viewing this fly tying tutorial for the Royal Trude and Variation; please leave and comments or questions on this YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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80. 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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