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11. Extended Body CDC Dun - This video features an extended body technique I came up with several years ago. It has worked quite well to imitate Baetis mayflies and PMDs. Change the color of the tubing for the species of mayfly you are imitating. It can also be used for a caddis or stonefly body. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...came up with several years ago. It has worked quite well to imitate Baetis mayflies and PMDs. Change the color of the tubin... ...came up with several years ago. It has worked quite well to imitate Baetis mayflies and PMDs. Change the color of the tubing for the species of mayfly... ...came up with several years ago. It has worked quite well to imitate Baetis mayflies and PMDs. Change the color ... ...came up with several years ago. It has worked quite well to imitate Baetis mayflies and PMDs. Change the color of the tubing for the species of ma...

12. WD-40 - A great fly for beginning fly tyers. This simple mayfly nymph imitation is a fish catching machine. Tie it in a variety of colors to mimic the small mayflies in your favorite rivers and streams. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... a fish catching machine. Tie it in a variety of colors to mimic the small mayflies in your favorite rivers and st... ...c the small mayflies in your favorite rivers and streams. Originator: Hans Stephenson Web site: Dakota Angler & Outfitter Submitter: Martin Joergensen... ...Tie it in a variety of colors to mimic the small mayflies in your favorite rivers and streams. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher The Glob... ... a fish catching machine. Tie it in a variety of colors to mimic the small mayflies in your favorite rivers and streams. - fly fishing video channel W...

13. CDC Emerging Mayfly Nymph - Fly Tying with Hans - CDC Emerging Mayfly Nymph. This has been a very successful pattern for imitating emerging late summer yellow mayflies, especially pale evening duns. It has fooled many selective fish on our tailwater. The body and thorax are made of CDC. This pattern can be tied in various color schemes to imitate different mayfly species. It can also be tied on a curved emerger style hook. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...s been a very successful pattern for imitating emerging late summer yellow mayflies, especially pale evening dun... ...very successful pattern for imitating emerging late summer yellow mayflies, especially pale evening duns. It has fooled many selective fish on our tai... ...y successful pattern for imitating emerging late summer yellow mayflies, especially pale evening duns. It has fooled many selective fish on our tailwa... ...s been a very successful pattern for imitating emerging late summer yellow mayflies, especially pale evening duns....

14. Blue Winged Olive Dry Fly - The Blue Winged Olive is a classic dry fly that imitates the small olive mayflies of the genus Baetis. This style of dry fly sits higher in the water, and is perfect for fishing riffles and faster moving water. Learn to tie the Blue Winged Olive Dry fly in this fly tying video from Dakota Angler & Outfitter. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...- The Blue Winged Olive is a classic dry fly that imitates the small olive mayflies of the genus Baetis. This style of dry fly sits higher in the wate... ...lassic dry fly that imitates the small olive mayflies of the genus Baetis. This style of dry fly sits higher in the water, and is perfect for fishing ... ... that imitates the small olive mayflies of the genus Baetis. This style of dry fly sits higher in the water, and is perfect for fishing riffles and fa... ...- The Blue Winged Olive is a classic dry fly that imitates the small olive mayflies of the g...

15. Shakey Beeley Slate Drake (Isonychia) Soft Hackle - Featured in this fly tying tutorial is an absolute fish-catching soft hackle fly called the Shakey Beeley, care of Blue Ribbon Flies and Mr. Nick Nicklas. As explained in this video, there is a great story accompanying the fly, though the line between fact and fiction is a tad grey. Regardless, this pattern has earned a place in many fly boxes for its ability to imitate various insects, from emerging mayflies to drowned stoneflies. In this tutorial, I explain the techniques to tie the Shakey Beeley as an Isonychia, aka Slate Drake, plus a few methods to fish the pattern, as well. Feel free to modify this fly to match the natural insects on your home (or traveled to!) waters. Featured in this fly tying tutorial are the N202 hooks by Allen Fly Fishing; be sure to check out these hooks and many others at the following link: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/n202-nymph-dry-fly/ Additionally featured in this tutorial is hen hackle from Clearwater Hackle; please check out that hackle and many others at the following link: http://www.clearwaterhackle.com/mature-hens/ Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial for the Shakey Beeley; feel free to leave comments/questions on this page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...xes for its ability to imitate various insects, from emerging mayflies to drowned stoneflies. In this tutorial, I explain the techniques to tie the Sh... ...s insects, from emerging mayflies to drowned stoneflies. In this tutorial, I explain the techniques to tie the Shakey Beeley as an Isonychia, aka Slat... ...n many fly boxes for its ability to imitate various insects, from emerging mayflies to drowned stoneflies. In this tutorial, I explain the techniques ... ...ious insects, from emerging mayflies to drowned stoneflies. In this tutorial, I explain the techniques to tie the Shakey Beeley as an Isonychia, aka S...

16. Tying the Oddball Quill Gordon with Johnny Utah - The Oddball quill gordon as described in Ed Engles book Tying small flies is a great fly for imitating all sorts of mayflies. Its one of my favorites. Sorry about the video being a long one, but i do give good instructions through out that i feel are very important to the tying of the fly. I can tie this fly in about 6-7 minutes when im not talking. lol. So dont be intimidated, Twist these guys up and fish them, the trout love'em. Tutorial and ingredients can be found here on our web site - link below. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...Ed Engles book Tying small flies is a great fly for imitating all sorts of mayflies. Its one of my favo... ...Ed Engles book Tying small flies is a great fly for imitating all sorts of mayflies. Its... ...l flies is a great fly for imitating all sorts of mayflies. Its one of my favorites. Sorry about the video being a long one, but i do give good instru... ...Ed Engles book Tying small flies is a great fly for imitating all sorts of mayflies. Its one of my favorites. Sorry about the video being a long one, ...

17. Crackback Sulphur Nymph - Many times trout will take only the mayflies that are breaking out of their nymphal shucks under water as they emerge. The Crackedback sulphur should be fished in the middle of the water column. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Crackback Sulphur Nymph - Many times trout will take only the mayflies that are breaking out of their nymphal shucks under water as they emerge. The ... ...s Search About Crackback Sulphur Nymph Many times trout will take only the mayflies that are breaking out of their nymphal shucks under water as they ... ... Crackback Sulphur Nymph - Many times trout will take only the mayflies that are breaking out of their nymphal shucks under water as they emerge. The ... ...al FlyFisher Crackback Sulphur Nymph - Many times trout will take only the mayflies that are breaking out of their nymphal shucks under water ...

18. 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

...eby 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... ...ariety of earth-tone colors, thereby allowing a tyer to mimic a variety of mayflies and caddisflies. Finally, when wet, these fibers tend t... ...ariety of earth-tone colors, thereby allowing a tyer to mimic a variety of mayflies and caddisflies. Finally... ... 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...

19. Fly Fishing the Blue Quill Hatch in the Great Smoky Mountains - Blue Quill mayflies are among the most plentiful yet least appreciated aquatic insects in the mountain trout streams of the Southeast. Ian & Charity Rutter discuss this important hatch in the Smoky Mountain region and the best way to fish it. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...Fly Fishing the Blue Quill Hatch in the Great Smoky Mountains - Blue Quill mayflies are among the most plentiful yet least appreciated aquatic insects... ...other must read. Click here to read the entire review Blue Quill mayflies are among the most plentiful yet least appreciated aquatic insects in the mo... ...Fly Fishing the Blue Quill Hatch in the Great Smoky Mountains - Blue Quill mayflies are among the most plentiful yet least appreciated aquatic insects... ...ng the Blue Quill Hatch in the Great Smoky Mountains - Blue Quill mayflies are among the most plentiful yet least appreciated aquatic insects in the m...

20. Fall Fishing In Missoula - The Missoulian Angler Fly Shop Team share why fall is the best time of year to fish in Missoula. Small Mayflies, Big Hoppers, and Bigger Streamers make September and October our favorite time to be on the water. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...op Team share why fall is the best time of year to fish in Missoula. Small Mayflies, Big Hoppers, and Bigger Streamers make September and O... ...st time of year to fish in Missoula. Small Mayflies, Big Hoppers, and Bigger Streamers make September and October our favorite time to be on the water... ...soula. Small Mayflies, Big Hoppers, and Bigger Streamers make September and October our favorite time to be on the water. - fly fishing video channel ... ...op Team share why fall is the best time of year to fish in Missoula. Small Mayflies, Big Hoppers, and Bigger Streamers make September and October our ...

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