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51. Deer Creek Caddis Larva - Caddis are found in almost every trout stream. Just turn over some rocks and you'll find the little worm like larva. Since they live on the bottom you need to get the fly to the bottom. Adding weight to the hook is much better then adding it to your tippet. With all the modern materials available it is easy to create a very lifelike imitation. Deer Creek provides one of these modern materials. I feel it is a great product at a very reasonable price. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Deer Creek Caddis Larva - Caddis are found in almost every trout stream. Just turn over some rocks and you'll find the little worm like larva. Since ... ...st rated Most views By date A-Z Originators Search About Deer Creek Caddis Larva Caddis are found in almost every trout stream. Just ... ...turn over some rocks and you'll find the little worm like larva. Since they live on the bottom you need to get the fly to the bottom. Adding weight to... ...mments and suggestions are welcome Deer Creek Caddis Larva - Caddis are found in almost every trout stream. Just turn over some rocks and you'll find ...

52. RK's UV Chironomid - RK's UV Chironomid makes you think outside of the box when tying a midge pattern. This pattern closely resembles Rick Takahashi's Mini Bow Tie Buzzer, but in a larger chironomid version for lake fishing. I am using an AFF N304 hook (straight-eye, 2x-short, 3x-wide scud/emerger hook. Check them out at www.allenflyfishing.com. The best thing about this fly is how it looks under water. The UV Clear Fly Finish coating provides the fly with a brilliant shine and depth to the fly. While the Mirage Opal Tinsel gives off a large array of colors. The overall profile and depth that this fly has truly makes this a fun fly to fish and tie. To view RK's Fly Design complete fly collection Visit www.facebook.com/RKsFlyDesign - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...s pattern closely resembles Rick Takahashi's Mini Bow Tie Buzzer, but in a larger chir... ...liant shine and depth to the fly. While the Mirage Opal Tinsel gives off a large array of colors. The overall profile and dept... ...s pattern closely resembles Rick Takahashi's Mini Bow Tie Buzzer, but in a larger chironomid version for lake ... ...liant shine and depth to the fly. While the Mirage Opal Tinsel gives off a large array of colors. The overall profile and depth that this fly has tr...

53. Real Skin Hydro Caddis Larva - Hans from Dakota Angler ties his Real Skin Hydro Caddis Larva, a great choice for subsurface action on nearly every trout stream or river. Caddis are a primary component of a trout's diet, especially during April-August, so it's worth having a few tied up in your arsenal! - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Real Skin Hydro Caddis Larva - Hans from Dakota Angler ties his Real Skin Hydro Caddis Larva, a great choice for subsurface action on nearly every tr... ...ted Most views By date A-Z Originators Search About Real Skin Hydro Caddis Larva Hans from Dakota Angl... ...er ties his Real Skin Hydro Caddis Larva, a great choice for subsurface action on nearly every trout stream or river. Caddis are a primary component o... ...ts and suggestions are welcome Real Skin Hydro Caddis Larva - Hans from Dakota Angler ties his Real Skin Hydro Caddis Larva, a great choice for subsur...

54. And on into Spring... - I collected a lot of footage over the past month. I wanted to wait to make another video (people seem to be watching them, thanks!) until I had at least one large brown trout. I have been wading all winter, trying to get better at fishing from the banks, as fishing from a boat is just a different game. My streamer technique really improved due to this. In a last-ditch effort to get one large brown, I took my little pontoon out to try and increase my chances on a big river with lots of big fish. I went to the MO, got skunked, lost an oar stop and snapped my eight weight. I was much more upset about the skunking. I didn't let it get to me, though, and my plan for the next trip was to just enjoy myself. I had only my six weight with me, and it was quite nice to have one rod and one mindset: just catch a fish. The wind picked up as soon as I hit the Lower Madison, and the water was muddy. It took me a while to realize that the fish are still not in fast water (despite its depth) but with the mud they seemed to be perfectly happy in shallow frog water. My first strike of the day was a rod's length in front of me and a 20 inch brown to boot. Before twenty four hours were up, I had two more, each bigger than the last. The next day I sped to the Upper, was the first to hit the water and jammed a sandwich down my throat as I approached a favorite run (I was too excited to fish to cook breakfast, so I ate my lunch). I like to make a few practice casts before hitting the main run. I remember being ready: I ate my sandwich; I marveled at the clear water; I slowly crept up to within casting distance but stayed far back from the fish; I was rested and alert. One cast, two cast, three and all of a sudden a twenty-three inch brown trout is three feet in the air, looking buttery in the sun. It was all I could do to keep him out of the fast water. He had two of some fisherman's nymphs in him, which I was happy to extract--sucks to be that guy! Later that day, around five thirty, I got another one. At this point I just stopped fishing. I regret this, because those days are so rare, but I really felt like I was being greedy at the time. I went to my truck and cooked my neglected breakfast for dinner. How's that for a life lesson? (Take failure in stride, and prepare for rewarded patience and dedication). Thanks, fishing! - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...er video people seem to be watching them, thanks! until I had at least one large brown t... ... effort to get one large brown, I took my little pontoon out to try and increase my chances on a big river with lots of big fish. I went to the MO, go... ... one large brown trout. I have been wading all winter, trying to get better at fishing from the banks, as fishing from a boat is just a different game... ...s. In a last-ditch effort to get one large brown, I took my little pontoon out to try and increase my chances on a big river with lots of big fish. I ...

55. Rock Candy Larva - A two material caddis larva pattern that is virtually indestructible. Was one of my top 2 anchor flies in 2010. Tie this bad boy in olive and green and hang on. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Rock Candy Larva - A two material caddis larva pattern that is virtually indestructible. Was one of my top 2 anchor flies in 2010. Tie this bad boy i... ... FORUM BLOG ABOUT SITE MAP SEARCH MORE... Search Cancel Comment Rock Candy Larva Primary links GFF videos Fly ... ...Most viewed Alphabetical All videos About GFF videos A two material caddis larva pattern that is virtually indestructible. Was one of my top 2 anchor ... ... week in advance. It begged for a fishing trip! March 30th 2010 Rock Candy Larva - A two material caddis larva pattern that is virtually indestructibl...

56. Cased Caddis Larva - Easy weighted Cased Caddis Larva - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Cased Caddis Larva - Easy weighted Cased Caddis Larva - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher Home Home Pipeline Themes Hitlist Patterns Patte... ...ighest rated Most viewed All videos Alphabetical Random About Cased Caddis Larva Easy weighted Cased Caddis Larva Originator: Jim Misiura Submitter: J... ... addition to the Tabou Series of flies and December 26th 2008 Cased Caddis Larva - Easy weighte... ...d Cased Caddis Larva - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher - Cased Caddis Larva - Easy weighted Cased Caddis Larva - fly...

57. CP's Caddis Larva nymph tying video - Tying video for my newest caddis larva pattern - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... CP's Caddis Larva nymph tying video - Tying video for my newest caddis larva pattern - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher HOME PATTERNS STR... ...OG ABOUT SITE MAP SEARCH MORE... Search Cancel Comment CP's Caddis Larva nymph tying video Primary links GFF videos Fly tying Add video Highest rated ... ...videos Tying video for my newest caddis larva pattern Originator: Carl Pennington Submitter: Carl Pennington Average: Select rating Poor Okay Good Gre... ...9;s Caddis Larva nymph tying video - Tying video for my newest caddis larva pattern - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFishe...

58. TubeFly13 - Yellow/green Plastic tube fly. In Finnish but easy to follow. Inner Tube: Eumer small Outer tube: Eumer large soft Body: Slim holo gold tinsel Underwing: 2 bunches of yellow squirrel 4pcs gold crystal flash Hackle: Yellow cock Overwing: Yellow fox 4pcs peacock herl Front hackle: Yellow and black cock Cheeks: Jungle cock Head: Large Eumer red monstercone - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

.... In Finnish but easy to follow. Inner Tube: Eumer small Outer tube: Eumer large soft Body: Slim holo gold tinsel Underwing: 2 bunches of yellow squir... ...peacock herl Front hackle: Yellow and black cock Cheeks: Jungle cock Head: Large Eumer red monstercone - fly fishing video ch... .... In Finnish but easy to follow. Inner Tube: Eumer small Outer tube: Eumer large soft Body: Slim holo gold tinsel Underwing: 2 bunches of y... ...peacock herl Front hackle: Yellow and black cock Cheeks: Jungle cock Head: Large Eumer red monstercone Origina...

59. Shuttlecock Buzzer - This pattern is based on the Shuttlecock Buzzer patterns I have seen published in Czech books and websites. I typically tie these in smaller sizes for imitating emerging midges on my local trout streams. My favorite sizes are 16-22. Black, Olive, and Grey are all productive colors. This fly can be tied much larger when fishing chironomid hatches on stillwaters. When tying this fly in larger sizes it helps to add 1 or 2 feathers to the wing. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...lack, Olive, and Grey are all productive colors. This fly can be tied much larger when fishing chironomid hatches on stillwaters. When tying ... ...this fly in larger sizes it helps to add 1 or 2 feathers to the wing. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher Home Home Pipeline Themes Hitlis... ...rey are all productive colors. This fly can be tied much larger when fishing chironomid hatches on stillwaters. When tying this fly in larger sizes it... ...lack, Olive, and Grey are all productive colors. This fly can be tied much larger when fishing chironomid hatches on stillwaters. When tying this fly ...

60. Eastern March Brown - March Brown are large mayflies attracting the largest trout to the surface - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Eastern March Brown - March Brown are large mayflies attracting the largest trout to the surface - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher The G... ...s By date A-Z Originators Search About Eastern March Brown March Brown are large mayflies at... ...tracting the largest trout to the surface Originator: Jim Misiura Web site: TheFlyManJim Submitter: Jim Misiura Average: Select rating Poor Okay Good ... ...Comments and suggestions are welcome Eastern March Brown - March Brown are large mayflies attracting the largest trout to the su...

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