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31. The Troutmen visit the Patuxent River in Maryland (Final Cut) - Here is the Final Cut with some adjustments and proper ending. This is the second episode in the Troutmen series that we are working hard to create. This is a magnificent piece of film I am in love with its movement. The soundtrack works perfectly with each moment and I love the final 2 minutes of quiet sounds on the river. This short movie captures so well the spirit of trout fishing, my new love of film, and nature's beauty. I shoot primarily with a Kodak ZI8 and secondary with a Flip Ultra HD. They both have been modified to allow adaptive lenses and that is the fish eye and wide angle look you are seeing in the film. I also used a lot of interesting video coloration effects which I think turned out beautifully. I look forward to shooting more episodes of The Troutmen series it is my only time that I can really devote myself to fully shooting, since I am a little more limited on time when I shoot The Construction Diaries. I also want to thank my two main stars of the film, Charles Scilipote and Steve Cleveland. Both of these guys are top notch anglers which form the backbone to The Troutmen Series. I really hope you all enjoy. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...er in Maryland Final Cut - Here is the Final Cut with some adjustments and proper ending. This is the second episode in the Troutmen series that we ar... ...nts and proper ending. This is the second episode in the Troutmen series that we are working hard to create. This is a magnificent piece of film I am ... ...ryland (Final Cut) - Here is the Final Cut with some adjustments and proper ending. This is the second episode in the Troutmen series that we are work... ...er in Maryland Final Cut - Here is the Final Cut with some adjustments and proper ending. This is the second episode in the T...

32. Mending the Line - Trailer - Produced by Uncage the Soul Productions 2013 http://www.uncagethesoul.com Mending the Line is the extraordinary story of Frank Moore, a 90-year old WWII veteran and fly-fishing legend, returning to Normandy to fish the rivers he saw as a soldier. The feature film will release in Spring of 2014 and a tour cut will travel with the International Fly Fishing Film Festival (IF4) Tough as nails, gentle as a poet, and determined as a badger, 90 year-old Frank Moore loves to fish. A World War II veteran, in 1944 he landed along with some 150,000 other troops on the beaches of Normandy, France for the D-Day allied invasion. Despite the cacophony of war around him, the young avid fly fisherman couldn’t help but notice the productive fisheries on the rivers he and his fellow troops crossed as they made their way into occupied France. His lifetime accomplishments as a fly fisherman, conservationist and a veteran have earned him many awards, including the prestigious Chevalier of the French Legion of Honor, and recent induction into the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame. He has guided and fished with many famous anglers, including actors, congressman and executives. He built and was the long time proprietor of the world renowned Steamboat Inn along the North Umpqua River. And now, reflecting back upon his life, he feels compelled to return to the rivers of Normandy, this time armed not with a gun, but with a fly rod and reel. He is joined by his wife of 70 years, Jeanne, and his son Frankie. Music: "Shallows" from Daughters Album: If You Leave Licensed via Glassnote Records and Universal Music Publishing Group Produced with support from American Airlines and the Air Compassion for Veterans Program http://www.americanairlines.com http://aircompassionforveterans.org Patagonia http://www.patagonia.com Pro Photo Supply http://www.prophotosupply.com The North Umpqua Foundation http://www.northumpqua.org The International Fly Fishing Film Festival http://flyfilmfest.com/IF4/ - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...ecutives. He built and was the long time proprietor of the world renowned Steamboat Inn along the North Umpqua River. And now, reflecting back upon hi... ...eterans.org Patagonia http://www.patagonia.com Pro Photo Supply http://www.prophotosupply.com The North Umpqua Foundation http://www.northumpqua.org T... ...cluding actors, congressman and executives. He built and was the long time proprietor of the world renowned Steamboat Inn along the No... ...eterans.org Patagonia http://www.patagonia.com Pro Photo Supply http://www.prophotosupply.com...

33. Parachute Dry Fly Techniques - In this fly tying tutorial, I demonstrate a really neat way to tie parachute flies with monofilament. This method was popularized by Chauncy Lively and Roy Christie, and is a very effective way of securing hackle. The technique can be utilized in a variety of manners, including tying in the hackle on the bottom of the hook shank (as Chauncy frequently tied) or at the rear (such as Roy chooses in his Reversed Parachute). Regardless of the location, this is a very fun and simple way of tying parachute flies. During this tutorial, I use 6# monofilament, which is the largest size I recommend. Please disregard the proportions used in the video, as I focused on the techniques required to complete this method. With a little bit of practice, you can employ this technique in no time; good luck! Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial; please feel free to leave any questions/comments on this page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...s the largest size I recommend. Please disregard the proportions used in the video, as I focused on the techniques required to complete this method. W... ...ment, which is the largest size I recommend. Please disregard the proportions used in the video, as I focused on the techniques required to complete t... ...ment, which is the largest size I recommend. Please disregard the proportions used in the video, as I focused on the techniques required to complete t... ... monofilament, which is the largest size I recommend. Please disregard the proportions used in the video, as I focused on the techniques required to c...

34. Blueback Getter: Borden Special - A killer fly that catches sea-run cutthroat on Oregon's mid-coast. Created by Hareline Dubbin's proprietor, Bob Borden. With our first substantial rain in sometime, blueback fishing should be awesome. Get out there. Tyer: Nick C. Materials: Hareline Dubbin Inc. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...ches sea-run cutthroat on Oregon's mid-coast. Created by Hareline Dubbin's proprietor, Bob Borden. With our first substantial rain in som... ...ea-run cutthroat on Oregon's mid-coast. Created by Hareline Dubbin's proprietor, Bob Borden. With our first substantial rain in sometime, blueback fis... ...on Oregon's mid-coast. Created by Hareline Dubbin's proprietor, Bob Borden. With our first substantial rain in sometime, blueback fishing should be aw... ...ches sea-run cutthroat on Oregon's mid-coast. Created by Hareline Dubbin's proprietor, Bob Borden. With our first substantial rain in sometime, blueba...

35. Hot Spot Spider (soft hackle) - Featured in this fly tying tutorial is the Hot Spot Spider, a slight variation of the classic that so many North Country flies rotate around. Spiders, also commonly referred to as soft hackles, typically consist of thin silk thread bodies and sparse amounts of hackle from varying game birds. This pattern adds a modern material, Glo-Brite, for a hot spot by its head. In this tutorial, I also show how to properly prepare a hackle for spider and soft hackle patterns. The hook used in this tutorial is one of my favorite wet fly / nymph hooks, the W502BL from Allen Fly Fishing. With a sproat bend and 2x heavy, this classic looking nymph hook is perfect for spiders and soft hackles. You can find the hook at the following link: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/w502bl-wet-fly-nymph-barbless/ Thanks for viewing this fly tying tutorial, feel free to leave comments & questions directly on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... head. In this tutorial, I also show how to properly prepare a hackle for spider and soft hackle patterns. The hook used in this tutorial is one of my... ...ot spot by its head. In this tutorial, I also show how to properly prepare a hackle for spider and soft hackle patterns. The hook used in this tutoria... ...lo-Brite, for a hot spot by its head. In this tutorial, I also show how to properly pre... ...lso show how to properly prepare a hackle for spider and soft hackle patterns. The hook used in this tutorial is one of my favorite wet fly / nymph ho...

36. PropPopper - How simple can a fly get? - Global FlyFisher

... First published May 30th 2005 More about: Foam Garfish Poppers PropPopper How simple can a fly get? By Martin Joergensen The World's simplest fly? Ma... ...ge hooks were all I needed to tie the PropPopper. Hard to hook I was going for garfish the same day that I tied the first of these flies, and the fish... ...f you want to submit a private comment, not for publication, use this form PropPopper - How simple can a fly get? - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFis... ...PropPopper PropPopper - How simple can a fly get? - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher PropPopper PropPopper - How simple can a fly get? - Global F...

37. Gary Scott Salmon Fly - Materials Used;Hook, Ken Sawada Black Spey size 8 Threads, White and Black Uni-8/0 Tag, UTC Gold Holographic Tinsel Tails, Dyed Hot Orange and Sunburst Golden Pheasant Crest Rib, Flat or Oval Gold Tinsel Body, Yellow Stout Floss and Golden Yellow Opossum or something similar Under-Wing, Polar Bear Fibre or Sun dyed Sunburst Sides, Dyed Golden Yellow Jungle Cock First Hackle, White Eared Pheasant dyed Flame rolled on small flies to keep the dressing in proportion but in the larger flies use the full feather and wind up the body from the Yellow Stout Floss Front Hackle, Dyed Blue White Eared Pheasant Wing, Peacock Wing quills Head, Glo-Brite Floss No.4 - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...te Eared Pheasant dyed Flame rolled on small flies to keep the dressing in proportion but in the larger flies use the full feather and wind up the bod... ...te Eared Pheasant dyed Flame rolled on small flies to keep the dressing in proportion but in ... ...all flies to keep the dressing in proportion but in the larger flies use the full feather and wind up the body from the Yellow Stout Floss Front Hackl... ...te Eared Pheasant dyed Flame rolled on small flies to keep the dressing in proportion but in the larger flies ...

38. C&R of salmon - 'Backwater' Bob Boudreau's advice about proper catch and release of salmon - Global FlyFisher

...h and release Salmon C&R of salmon 'Backwater' Bob Boudreau's advice about proper catch and release of salmon By Bob Boudreau This is some advice t... ...au Subject: Anadromous Catch & Release - Atlantic Salmon Proper catch and release techniques are extremely important and relevant to Atlantic Salmon f... ... be released and a great deal of study and education has been dedicated to proper techniques. Despite these efforts however there is still ro... ...s have shown that mortality rates of less than 5% can be achieved by using proper techniques. One of the most important issues is...

39. Proper conduct - Danish inshore fishing - - Global FlyFisher

... First published before January 1st 2001 More about: Global Proper conduct Danish inshore fishing By Martin Joergensen Previous page Tactics Next page... ...ent, not for publication, use this form Proper conduct - Danish inshore fishing - - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher Proper conduct - Danish insh... ...fishing - - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher Proper conduct - Danish inshore fishing - Proper conduct - Danish inshore fishing - - Global FlyFish... ...r, flypatterns, flies, flytying, fishing, angling, fly-fishing, fly-tying, Proper conduct - Danish inshore fishing - ...

40. Washing your materials - If you never tried washing a newly bought saddle or bucktail, it's about time you try! Proper treatment can transform the useless to useful and the mediocre to sublime. - Global FlyFisher

... tried washing a newly bought saddle or bucktail, it's about time you try! Proper treatment can transform the useless to useful and the mediocre to su... ... tried washing a newly bought saddle or bucktail, it's about time you try! Proper treatment can... ... tried washing a newly bought saddle or bucktail, it's about time you try! Proper treatment can transform the useless to useful and the mediocre to su... ... tried washing a newly bought saddle or bucktail, it's about time you try! Proper treatment can transform the useless to useful and the mediocre to su...

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