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91. Glenn's Leech - I first featured this pattern in my first book Fly Patterns for Stillwaters. To this day it remains one of my favorite leech patterns, particularly during the fall months. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Glenn's Leech - I first featured this pattern in my first book Fly Patterns for Stillwaters. To this day it remains one of my favorite leech patterns... ...ar Hitlist Store Patterns Patterns Pattern section Suggest pattern Tie better Streamers Tying videos Pattern list Fishing Fishing Fishing section Repo... ...ear Rods Tying tools Read/watch list Quick takes Forum Forum Forum section Patterns Fly tying Fly fishing Rod building About GFF Site tools Si... ...ate A-Z Originators Search About Glenn's Leech I first featured this pattern in my first book Fly Patterns for Stillwaters. To this day it remains one...

92. Utah Killer Bug - In this fly tying tutorial, I wanted to share a fly given to me by my buddy Tom, the Utah Killer Bug. This fly can represent a myriad of insects depending on how you tie it. From the crane fly larva to scud, this pattern tied in a nondescript color seems to simply look like a bug (especially when it's wet!). There are a couple variations shown at the end, plus you can always make this pattern into a soft hackle, which can then touch on the caddis spectrum. Tom, thanks for sharing this pattern! Mentioned in the introduction of this video was a shout-out to the Eldredge Brothers Fly Shop; this is a shop that offers incredible seminars throughout the year. Please check out their site (and ask to be included on the email list) @: http://eldredgeflyshop.com/ Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial; feel free to leave questions/comments directly on this page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...From the crane fly larva to scud, this pattern tied in a nondescript color seems to simply look like a bug especially when it's wet! . There are a cou... ...ys make this pattern into a soft hackle, which can then touch on the caddis spectrum. Tom, thanks for sharing this pattern! Mentioned in the introduct... ...ying GFF Videos Home Home News Pipeline Themes Blog Calendar Hitlist Store Patterns Patterns Pattern section Suggest pattern Ti... ...e better Streamers Tying videos Pattern list Fishing Fishing Fishing section Reports Destinations Fishing videos Rod building Podcasts Recipes Stories...

93. Fly fishing and conservation of Patagonia/Teaser 4/4 - Video of Fly fishing and conservation in Patagonia. This is the last teaser of two incredible years of traveling and filming in Patagonia. We hope to have the film completed in late 2012 for the free Internet download. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Fly fishing and conservation of Patagonia/Teaser 4/4 - Video of Fly fishing and conservation in Patagonia. This is the last teaser of two incredible ... ...GFF Videos Home Home Pipeline Themes Blog Hitlist Patterns Patterns Pattern section Tie better Streamers Tying videos Pattern list Fishing Fishing Fis... ...Books DVDs Gear Rods Tying tools Read/watch list Forum Forum Forum section Patterns Fly tying Fly fishing Rod building About GFF Site tools Site tools... ...Originators Random About Fly fishing and conservation of Patagonia/Teaser 4/4 Video of Fly fishing and conservation in Patagonia. This is the last tea...

94. DeFrank's Grim Reaper Variant - In this fly tying tutorial, I show the steps to tie a fantastic fly for steelhead, known as "DeFrank's Grim Reaper." Originally tied for the Great Lakes region (specifically tributaries of Lake Erie) and the steelhead within, this pattern is useful for a number of species, and is a "go-to" for many fly fishermen. I call this a variant because I have modified this pattern from its original design, which can be found: http://www.defranksflies.com/defranks-grim-reaper/. I believe that both patterns are effective, and challenge you to make any additional modifications to add to the pattern's ability to catch fish. Utilized in this tutorial are the S402BL hooks from Allen Fly Fishing. These are excellent hooks that can easily hold a steelhead, thus ones I recommend for this pattern. Feel free to check out these and more here: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/n212bl-nymph-streamer-2xl-barbless/ Thanks for viewing this fly tying tutorial for DeFrank's Grim Reaper "Variant." Feel free to leave any comments/questions directly on this YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...ecifically tributaries of Lake Erie and the steelhead within, this pattern is useful for a number of species, and is a go-to for many fly fishermen. I... ...pattern from its original design, which can be found: http://www.defranksflies.com/defranks-grim-reaper/. I believe that both patterns are effective, ... ...ions to add to the pattern's ability to catch fish. Utilized in this tutorial are the S402BL hooks from Allen Fly Fishing. These are excellent hooks t... ...mend for this pattern. Feel free to check out these and more here: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/n212bl-nymph-streamer-2xl-barbless/ Thanks for viewi...

95. Craig Mathews' X-Caddis - For this tutorial, I am tying the X-Caddis, a pattern developed by Craig Mathews that represents the emerging or cripple-caddis. This pattern can be adapted to represent your natural caddis, though I have also varied it by adding a cdc underwing. This pattern is one I recommend when fishing in pressured waters, due to its realistic imitation of the natural. Thanks for viewing, and feel free to post any comments/questions on this page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Craig Mathews' X-Caddis - For this tutorial, I am tying the X-Caddis, a pattern developed by Craig Mathews that represents the emerging or cripple-ca... ...tural caddis, though I have also varied it by adding a cdc underwing. This pattern is one I recommend when fishing in pressured waters, due to its rea... ...and Fly Tying GFF Videos Home Home News Pipeline Themes Blog Hitlist Store Patterns Patterns Pattern section Suggest pattern Tie better Streamers Tyin... ...Forum Forum section Patterns Fly tying Fly fishing Rod building About GFF Site tools Site tools Search Sitemap Comments Keywords About About About GFF...

96. Hank Patterson's Holiday Extravaganza! - Gather the family & friends 'round ye old computer to enjoy what is certain to be a new holiday tradition for fly fishers... The Hank Patterson Holiday Extravaganza! In this, the 4th official episode, Fly Fishing Expert & Guide, Hank Patterson & client Crazy Reese are on the river singing songs, chuggin' PBR, swappin' Santa stories & fly fishing. Happy Holidays & Merry Christmas! Snap It! - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Hank Patterson's Holiday Extravaganza! - Gather the family & friends 'round ye old computer to enjoy what is certain to be a new holiday tradition fo... ...ganza! In this, the 4th official episode, Fly Fishing Expert & Guide, Hank Patterson & client Crazy Reese are on the river singing songs, chuggin' PBR... ...ne Themes Blog Hitlist Store Patterns Patterns Pattern section Tie better Streamers Tying videos Pattern list Fishing Fishing Fishing section Reports ... ...ear Rods Tying tools Read/watch list Quick takes Forum Forum Forum section Patterns Fly tying Fly fishing Rod building About GFF Site tool...

97. Napoleon's Dynamite nymph - Featured in this fly tying tutorial is a pattern that is popular among the Czech/Euro nymphing crowd, Napoleon's Dynamite. This is a fly that features weight, a slender body, and a couple hot spots. Combined with those characteristics are some great colors, and we have a pattern that catches lots of fish. The hot spot can be as a tag or collar, with the former being more effective in areas that receive lots of fishing pressure. Feel free to modify this pattern to meet the needs of your fishing, and I recommend starting by substituting other fluorescent colors. Featured in this tutorial are the J100BL jig hooks from Allen Fly Fishing; check out these hooks and other fly fishing supplies here: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/ Also featured in this video are tungsten slotted disco beads from Rip Lips Fishing. These are great beads, and I encourage you to check out these and all of the other varieties here: http://www.riplipsfishing.com/ Thanks for viewing this fly tying tutorial of Napoleon's Dynamite. Feel free to leave any questions/comments directly on this YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Napoleon's Dynamite nymph - Featured in this fly tying tutorial is a pattern that is popular among the Czech/Euro nymphing crowd, Napoleon's Dynamite... .... Combined with those characteristics are some great colors, and we have a pattern that catches lots of fish. The hot spot can be as a tag or collar, ... ...e in areas that receive lots of fishing pressure. Feel free to modify this pattern to meet the needs of your fishing, and I recommend starting by subs... ...and Fly Tying GFF Videos Home Home News Pipeline Themes Blog Hitlist Store Patterns Patterns Pattern section Suggest pattern Ti...

98. Caddis Larva Bead Head - In this brief fly tying video, I showcase a durable and effective pattern for trout, the caddis larva. Tied as a bead head (though I show one sans bead @ the end), this pattern will get down to the fish quickly, while the picked-out dubbing does a great job representing the gills and legs of the natural insect. Be sure to tie this pattern in colors that match the larva in waters you fish, and don't be afraid to try a few with a hot spot. Thanks for viewing this tutorial, and feel free to leave comments/questions on this site, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...d Head - In this brief fly tying video, I showcase a durable and effective pattern for trout, the caddis larva. Tied as a bead head though I show one ... ... pattern will get down to the fish quickly, while the picked-out dubbing does a great job representing the gills and legs of the natural insect. Be su... ...and Fly Tying GFF Videos Home Home News Pipeline Themes Blog Hitlist Store Patterns Pa... ...tterns Pattern section Suggest pattern Tie better Streamers Tying videos Pattern list Fishing Fishing Fishing section Reports Destinations Fishing vid...

99. Headcase Crayfish - Here is my latest articulated streamer that I concocted to represent an adult crayfish. The fly comes in at around 3-3-1/2 inches and is what I would call a moderately weighted pattern that can be fished in a multitude of ways and with a floating or sinking line. So far she has racked up several species including northern pike, brown and rainbow trout, small and large mouth bass and even striped bass in the salt. Seconds for a great juvenile lobster pattern. Currently I tie it in the crayfish orange, olive/blue and tan colors but feel free to experiment.Cast: Richard StrolisTags: crayfish patterns, crayfish fly, juvenile lobster fly, fly fishing, flytying, trout flies, bass flies, pike flies, streamers and articulated streamers - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...hted pattern that can be fished in a multitude of ways and with a floating or sinking line. So far she has racked up several species including norther... ...ss and even striped bass in the salt. Seconds for a great juvenile lobster pattern. Currently I tie it in the crayfish orange, olive/blue and tan colo... ...d StrolisTags: crayfish patterns, crayfish fly, juvenile lobster fly, fly fishing, flytying, trout flies, bass flies, pike flies, streamers and articu... ...and Fly Tying GFF Videos Home Home News Pipeline Themes Blog Hitlist Store Patterns Patterns Pattern section Suggest...

100. Fly Tying Variations - During this tutorial, I go through the tying of the Prince nymph pattern, with the focus on my thought process when making variations to the original pattern. As an experienced fly tyer, making variations is something I complete with ease, but I understand that those with less experience are interested in why certain decisions are made when tying. Throughout this tutorial, the areas to vary include beads, weight, tails, ribbing, body material, hackle/legs, and the stingers. There is also time spent discussing hot spots @ the front of the pattern. Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial on variations; feel free to leave a comment/question on this YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...iations - During this tutorial, I go through the tying of the Prince nymph pattern, with the focus on my thought process when making variations to the... ...stingers. There is also time spent discussing hot spots @ the front of the pattern. Thanks for viewi... ...ying GFF Videos Home Home News Pipeline Themes Blog Calendar Hitlist Store Patterns Patterns Pattern section Suggest ... ...pattern Tie better Streamers Tying videos Pattern list Fishing Fishing Fishing section Reports Destinations Fishing videos Rod building Podcasts Recip...

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