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31. Red Quill - The Red Quill along with the Quill Gordon and Blue Quill are the first mayflies to appear in late March and Early April. The cool weather when the hatch occurs keeps them on the water longer to dry their wings. Making them more vulnerable to hungry trout. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...l - The Red Quill along with the Quill Gordon and Blue Quill are the first mayflies to appear in late March and Early April. The cool weather when the... ...Red Quill along with the Quill Gordon and Blue Quill are the first mayflies to appear in late March and Early April. The cool weather when the hatch o... ...l - The Red Quill along with the Quill Gordon and Blue Quill are the first mayflies to appea... ...l - The Red Quill along with the Quill Gordon and Blue Quill are the first mayflies to appear in late March and Early April. The cool weather when the...

32. The Mayfly and the Arctic Char - This is a short video of some very sweet dry fly fishing in a northern Swedish lake. For approximately one week a year the big mayflies hatch and if you are there at the right time the fishing can be awesome. Film: Erik Spade & Stefan Aagren Edit: Stefan Aagren Music: Nick Drake - Hanging on a star More videos: http://www.frontsidefly.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Frontsideflycom/137202879684063 Instagram: frontsidefly - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...hing in a northern Swedish lake. For approximately one week a year the big mayflies hatch and if you are ther... ...hing in a northern Swedish lake. For approximately one week a year the big mayflies hatch and if you are there at the right time the fishing can be aw... ...hing in a northern Swedish lake. For approximately one week a year the big mayflies hatch and if you are there at the right time the f... ...ern Swedish lake. For approximately one week a year the big mayflies hatch and if you are there at the right time the fishing can be awesome. Film: Er...

33. Blue wing olive (bwo) variant - This pattern can be tied in a multitude of color combos, just change the hackle color, and thread colors. Great for small mayflies. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...r combos, just change the hackle color, and thread colors. Great for small mayflies. - fly fishing video channel - Gl... ...r combos, just change the hackle color, and thread colors. Great for small mayflies. Originator: Johnny Utah Web... ...the hackle color, and thread colors. Great for small mayflies. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher Blue wing olive bwo variant - This patte... ...st change the hackle color, and thread colors. Great for small mayflies. - fly fishing video channel Blue wing olive (bwo) variant - This pattern can ...

34. 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... ...ate A-Z Originators Search About Eastern March Brown March Brown are large mayflies at... ...ts and suggestions are welcome Eastern March Brown - March Brown are large mayflies attracting the largest trout to the su... ...eo channel - Global FlyFisher Eastern March Brown - March Brown are large mayflies attracting the largest trout to the surface - fly fishing video ch...

35. Pearl and Partridge Soft Hackle - A fly tying video showing how to tie a Pearl and Partridge. This Soft Hackle is simple to tie and very effective for trout. I use this light colored nymph pattern during the big mayfly hatches in the Summer months. This soft hackle can also be tied smaller to imitate most baetis mayflies. Capt Matt is a fly fishing guide in Aspen, CO as spends his time floating the Roaring Fork and Colorado Rivers. The trout fishing is world class and the setting can't be beat. if you would like to take a guided float trip on Colorado's greatest rivers, go to www.riplips.com for information and booking. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...r months. This soft hackle can also be tied smaller to imitate most baetis mayflies. Capt Matt is a fly fishing guide in Aspen, CO as spends his time ... ... imitate most baetis mayflies. Capt Matt is a fly fishing guide in Aspen, CO as spends his time floating the Roaring Fork and Colorado Rivers. The tro... ...r months. This soft hackle can also be tied smaller to imitate most baetis mayflies. Capt Matt is a fly fishing guide in Aspen, CO as spends his time ... ...r months. This soft hackle can also be tied smaller to imitate most baetis mayflies. Capt Matt is a fly fi...

36. The Rising Sea Trout - Thanks to the people mentioned and especially thanks to the volunteers working with conserving the wild danish trouts in their natural waters. See my photo story about the rising seatrout: http://www.hoholtphoto.com/Therisingseatrout/ Although nearly all books about trout fishing tell us that sea trout aint eating in fresh water, that is far from the truth. Trouts dont read books, so they break our rules and sometimes amazing things happen: Some of those fish fix their sight to the surface to eat drifting mayflies, and those fish will rise for a fly fishermans dry fly. In the summer of 2014 a group of friends set out to spend their time along a few danish streams only to chase sea trout. Believing a curse will fall over them, if they try to catch a trout on heathen lures like wooly buggers and black zulus, they're only armed with dry flies like foam beetles and traditional may flies on thin tippets. This is the story of the young mens journey, running in to diffenrent obstacles on their way. Heatwave and no fish, strong winds making fly fishing nearly impossible and finally true love for trout. Beside from Denmarks small size, the streams and small rivers have some of the largest populations of sea run brown trout (sea trout) in europe. Video: Daniel Holm - www.flytying.eu Henrik Ravn, Christian Boyum and Jonas Høholt Edit and grading: Jonas Høholt - www.hoholtphoto.com Music: Nigel Stanford - Timescapes - with special permission from Nigel himself. Check him out at www.nigelstanford.com/ Lights and Motion - Aerials Tony Anderson - The Father's Heart Licensed through www.themusicbed.com Drop of water in the ocean - Broke for Free (http://brokeforfree.com) Filaments - Podington Bear (http://podingtonbear.com) Equip: 5D Mark III @720p 60fps 7D @720p 60fps A couple of Iphones GoPro Hero 3 GoPole Headmount Canon mics Intervalometers for timelapse - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... happen: Some of those fish fix their sight to the surface to eat drifting mayflies, and those fish will rise for a fly fishermans ... ... happen: Some of those fish fix their sight to the surface to eat drifting mayflies, and those fish will rise for a fly fishermans dry fly. In the sum... ... drifting mayflies, and those fish will rise for a fly fishermans dry fly. In the summer of 2014 a group of friends set out to spend their time along ... ... happen: Some of those fish fix their sight to the surface to eat drifting mayflies, and t...

37. Blue-Winged Olive Comparadun (BWO with Snowshoe Rabbit Feet) - In this video, I tie a simple, yet effective pattern known as the BWO Comparadun that can imitate various stages of the mayfly. The stage I tie closely resembles the dun, but can also be easily modified into the emerger or spinner stage. One of the materials used is Snowshoe Rabbit Feet for the wing, which is a material that helps to maintain a superior buoyancy with the fly. This material can also be substituted with cdc for similar results, though you may want to select a material that works best in the style water you will be fishing. Throughout this video, I suggest ways that you can tie this fly to represent your local mayflies, and offer suggestions on modifications to imitate other stages. As always, thanks for all of the views and comments on my other videos. Good luck tying this pattern, and feel free to post any questions/suggestions on this site, or email: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...is video, I suggest ways that you can tie this fly to represent your local mayflies, and offer suggestions on modifications to imitate other stages. A... ...is video, I suggest ways that you can tie this fly to represent your local mayflies, and offer suggestions on modifications to imitate other stages. A... ...is video, I suggest ways that you can tie this fly to represent your local mayflies, ... ...is video, I suggest ways that you can tie this fly to represent your local mayflies, an...

38. Baetis Train - Baetis, Blue-Winged Olives, or just BWO. Whatever you call them, its more than likely they're the first mayfly to hatch in your area. Less colorful and much smaller than the mayflies that come to the party later in the season, they still provide outstanding dry-fly opportunities to fish that haven't been pressured for months on end. While fishing these Olives all over central Pennsylvania, we couldn't help but notice the rails-to-streamside correlation. It seemed everywhere there was good Baetis hatches, there was the presence of trains as well. Could it be that the men who laid the plans to these tracks just wanted to gain quick, and easy access, to the best early-season dry fly fishing? Kinda makes you wonder if they laid those steel rails, so they could fish the Blue-Wings. All aboard the Baetis Train. Music: When You're Gone (Bombay Laughing Club) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...irst mayfly to hatch in your area. Less colorful and much smaller than the mayflies that come to the party later in the season, they still provide ... ...in your area. Less colorful and much smaller than the mayflies that come to the party later in the season, they still provide outstanding dry-fly oppo... ...irst mayfly to hatch in your area. Less colorful and much smaller than the mayflies that come to the party later in the season, they still provide out... ...fly to hatch in your area. Less colorful and much smaller than the mayflies that come to the party later in the season, they still provide outstanding...

39. Synthetic Quill Nymph - A very simple and effective micro nymph that utilizes a multi rib construction. This fly is very quick to tie and equally as durable. Just alter the color and sizes and you can cover the bases for most micro mayflies. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...ou can cover the bases for most micro mayflies. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher - A Good Place to go for Online Fl... ... Just alter the color and sizes and you can cover the bases for most micro mayflies. Originator: Richard Strolis Web site: http://www.catching-shadows... ...izes and you can cover the bases for most micro mayflies. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher Synthetic Quill Nymph - A very simple and eff... ... Just alter the color and sizes and you can cover the bases for most micro mayflies. - fly fishing video channel Synthetic Quill Nymph - ...

40. Overgrown II - A second film on the same stream as last time. This one was shot on a cloudy afternoon about 10 degrees colder than the first video, but the Mayflies didn't seem to mind! - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...n a cloudy afternoon about 10 degrees colder than the first video, but the Mayflies didn't seem to mind! - fly fi... ... Mayflies didn't seem to mind! Originator: Adam Rawson Web site: http://www.rawsonandperrin.co.uk/ Submitter: Martin Joergensen Average: Select rating... ...n a cloudy afternoon about 10 degrees colder than the first video, but the Mayflies di... ...e first video, but the Mayflies didn't seem to mind! - fly fishing video channel Overgrown II - A second film on the same stream as last time. This on...

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