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61. Pineapple Express Bead Head (w/hot spot) - In this video, I illustrate Aaron Jasper's Pineapple Express fly, a simple nymph that is highly effective in smaller sizes. The pattern is straightforward, but I also show a second fly with a variation in tail and hot spot color, plus detail how to finish the pattern with only the hot spot showing minus the thread (remember to apply head cement after using this technique!). Thanks for viewing, and feel free to share any comments/questions on this page or email: email@example.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
62. Deer Hair Ant - The Deer Hair Ant is a super simple ant pattern. The Deer Hair Ant actually only uses a single material, Deer Hair! The Deer Hair Ant is a high floating and life like ant pattern. I prefer to trail the Deer Hair Ant behind a hopper or larger terrestrial. This makes detecting a strike much easier. The Deer Hair Ant can be tied in many sizes, my favorite is a #14. Very deadly in the heat of the summer and a must have in any later summer trout fly box. Give one a try! Very easy to tie! Follow Us On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/InTheRiffle Follow Us On Instagram: http://instagram.com/intheriffle/# Follow Us On Twitter: http://twitter.com/InTheRiffle Follow Us On Pintrest: http://www.pinterest.com/intheriffle/ - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
63. Rag Man Sculpin - The Rag Man Sculpin was designed to fish faster, freestone type waters, but has proven itself on many tailwaters as well. It is a larger articulated pattern with a heavy head. This design not only gives the fly S-swim action in the water, but also creates a nice jigging movement when stripped or twitched. Don't let the somewhat simple tie fool you on its effectiveness. Lots of good things merge into one on this heavy hitting sculpin pattern. Try a variety of sizes and colors to match the sculpins in your favorite waters. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
64. Lightning Bug - Here's another nymph pattern from http://holsingersflyshop.com, the Lightning Bug. This is a neat little pattern that is very easy to tie with only a few pieces of material. Don't forget all the material to buy this fly is available at our website http://holsingersflyshop.com and please take the time to like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube Channel. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
65. Pike on the fly - A compilation of some of the best pike fly fishing days during the winter of 2013/2014. Fishing large bodies of water from the float tube in search of those massive northern pikes. Cold days, hard wind and large areas makes it a challenging fishery. Not only your endurance will get tested but also your gear. For such an undertaking we use Loop Cross and Booster rods, Hatch and Loop reels and fish with di7 sinking lines, Searching the depths on our fish finders and trying to spot potential hotspots where these massive beast lie in ambush. If you're lucky you might see a fish on your finder but it's all about bottom structures. These waters contain loads of pike and days where we land one or two pike over a meter are no exception. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
66. Chocolate CDC RS2 - If you only fish a gray RS2, you are missing out by not throwing a chocolate RS2. They are easy to tie and work great. Show them something different. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
67. Coho Salmon Bucktail Trolling Fly - Trolling Bucktail style flies for Coho Salmon is an art that has come out of practice here off the Oregon coast since both wild and hatchery silver salmon runs tanked in the 1990s. Improved regulation of ocean fisheries and better survival conditions have resulted in some fairly robust runs of wild Silvers in most Oregon coastal rivers. Although the reasons for the improved runs and the health of the individual populations remain subject to debate, anglers in the ocean offshore Oregon now often find that regulations permit fishing for hatchery and/or wild Coho, albeit the regs sometimes only permit retaining fish on a few days per week and usually require use of de-barbed hooks. For more fly tying tips and videos, check out www.OregonFlyFishingBlog.com and to buy materials, visit www.CaddisFlyShop.com. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
68. Constant - In fly fishing it can seem there are very few constants. Especially when it comes to the weather. The only constant I can think of, is that the truly nice days are far too few. We filmed two very different days in mid-February, and put this movie together for those on the fence about whether or not to fish based on some possible unpleasantness. One sunny, warm, and pleasant. The other dark, cold, and windy. In those two days we found a fly fishing constant. Definitely not the weather, but the river, and more importantly, the fish. Music: Death Proof (Fancy Mike) / CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
69. All I sea is Trout, Trout is all I sea - We've been fishing, in fact we've been fishing a lot, but we just havn't caught anything. Not to bore you with another scenery only -episode, we decided to air a short mid week edit instead of a full episode. Here you got an insight of the thoughts of a seatrout fly fisherman!"It is lost" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
70. Bones and GT's - Lured (pun intended) by the promise of uncrowded waves I spent a week on Christmas Island (Kiritimati) ... one of several in the small island chain of Republic of Kiribati. Instead of waves I found bonefishing meca, a fact apparently known by the well geared flyfishing 'tribe'. 'Tribe' is the communal word that I often use to describe the world of surfers, but it fits equally well in the sphere of fly fishing enthusiasts. Like surfers, they are a well traveled, animated bunch and are dead serious about their addiction. They often speak of their pursuits in a language foreign to those outside their tribe (bones = bonefish, gt = giant trevally) and spend hours at the end of the day meticulously re-enacting the triumphs of the day (usually over numerous cold beers). Like the height of the waves ridden, the length of the fish caught seems to increase with each subsequent retelling of the story ... an infectious tribal practice I can totally identify with. Like surfers, fly fisherman travel well equipped with full quiver ... better to bring too much than not enough. Exterior wear is critical ... the buff to fly fishing is the equivalent to the leash to surfing - better bring several just in case! Christmas Island is a short 3 hour flight from Honolulu. Google Earth will help one appreciate the uniqueness of this coral atoll and massive interior lagoon. Its jaw dropping beauty (a serious compliment from one that resides on Kauai) will hypnotize visitors as they get the sunburn of their life. The Kiribati are a photogenic people, full of smiles and seem to be quite comfortable living only a melted ice cap away from sea level. They share their island paradise with fairy terns, boobies and sweetlips (I won't explain!) Although disappointed about the lack of waves, in retrospect I felt content having been exposed to a new a paradise and new tribe - more universally, new friends that share the common passion of adventure travel. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher