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11. THN (Tungsten Hydropsyche Nymph) - A fly I use a lot, is the Hydropsyche nymph. It’s a nymph that lives in most of our rivers. So, a must have in every nymph box. I usually tie a Czech-nymph style fly for this purpose. I wanted to tie something different for next season. A fast tie. I came up with the THN, or “Tungsten Hydropsyche Nymph”. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...ph that lives in most of our rivers. So, a must have in every nymph box. I usually tie a Czech-nymph sty... ...ph that lives in most of our rivers. So, a must have in every nymph box. I usually tie a Czech-nymph style fly for this purpose. I wanted to tie somet... ...e in every nymph box. I usually tie a Czech-nymph style fly for this purpose. I wanted to tie something different for next season. A fast tie. I came ... ...ery nymph box. I usually tie a Czech-nymph style fly for this purpose. I wanted to tie something different for next season. A fast tie. I came up with...

12. Zero Dark Steelie - Cutting your way in to a river with a machete under the cover of darkness usually leads you to undisturbed steelhead. Music: "Guilty" by Jahzzar (http://betterwithmusic.com) http://flyfishingfantasies.com/index_files/paidinfull.htm - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Cutting your way in to a river with a machete under the cover of darkness usually leads you to undisturbed steelhead. Music: Guilty by Jahzzar http:/... ... Cutting your way in to a river with a machete under the cover of darkness usually leads yo... ... Cutting your way in to a river with a machete under the cover of darkness usually leads you to undist... ... Cutting your way in to a river with a machete under the cover of darkness usually leads you to undisturbed steelhead. Music: Zero Dark Steelie - Cutt...

13. Black Egg Sucking Leech - This is one of my confidence flies for fishing rainbows. It is extremely versatile and can be fished in a variety of ways. I use this fly at ice off fishing still waters under and indicator. When water temps are cold, fish prefer a catatonic (no movement) presentation. I usually run a chironomid under it, or a damsel nymph. As water temps warm up, it works good on a slow erratic retrieve. In rivers, you can run it dead drift on a nymph rig or swing it. This fly fishes good all season long and across a variety of species. I have hooked walleye, bass, rainbows, steelhead, browns, and tiger trout on this fly. I find it is most productive when there are natural eggs in the water. Add in a black saddle hackle palmered up the body for faster retrieves of for swinging. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... water temps are cold, fish prefer a catatonic no movement presentation. I usually run a chironomid under it, or a damsel nymph. As water temps warm u... ... water temps are cold, fish prefer a catatonic no movement presentation. I usually run a chironomid under it, or a damsel nymph. As water temps warm u... ...ater temps are cold, fish prefer a catatonic (no movement) presentation. I usually run a chironomid under it, or a damsel nymph. As water temps warm u... ... water temps are cold, fish prefer a catatonic no movement presentation. I usually run a chironomid under it, or a damsel nymph. As water temps war...

14. Better fishing pictures: Shadows - Harsh shadows from a bright source like the sun are usually not very welcome in our images, and we often jump through hoops to avoid them. But how about making the shadows a part of the image, and maybe even the most important part? - Global FlyFisher

...ng pictures: Shadows - Harsh shadows from a bright source like the sun are usually not very welcome in our images, and we often jump through hoops to ... ...adows from a bright source like the sun are usually not very welcome in our images, and we often jump through hoops to avoid them. But how about makin... ...ines, you get shadows. Harsh shadows from a bright source like the sun are usually not ver... ...n are usually not very welcome in our images, and we often jump through hoops to avoid them. But how about making the shadows a part of the image, and...

15. Red Worm - This fly is easy. Not all flies have to be advanced and difficult to tie. We were introduced to this pattern while fishing the Salzach river in Austria. In murky and fast waters trout and grayling need a notable fly. Chironomids are present in most of our waters, so it’s always a good all-round pattern. Usually we fish it with some split shots about 20-30cm’s away from the fly, or, when allowed, fish a very heavy nymph on the dropper. We use this fly on barbel as well. A very effective pattern! - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... present in most of our waters, so it’s always a good all-round pattern. Usually we fish it with some split shots about 20-30cm’s away from the fl... ... present in most of our waters, so it’s always a good all-round pattern. Usually we fish it with some split shots about 20-30cm’s away from the fl... ... most of our waters, so it’s always a good all-round pattern. Usually we fish it with some split shots about 20-30cm’s away from the fly, or, when... ... a good all-round pattern. Usually we fish it with some split shots about 20-30cm’s away from the fly, or, when allowed, fish a very heavy nymph on ...

16. Griffith Gnat - Here's a dry fly from holsingersflyshop.com, This is the very simple to tie Griffith Gnat, I usually tie this in a size 20-22 hook. This fly is made to imitate those no see-ums flies, you know when your out fishing and you see trout rising but no insects on the water. This is the fly you put on. For the stuff to tie this fly and others check out our website at http You can also like us on facebook and subscribe to our YouTube channel for all the latest updates. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...rom holsingersflyshop.com, This is the very simple to tie Griffith Gnat, I usually tie this in a size 20-22 hook. This fly is made to imitate those no... ... This is the very simple to tie Griffith Gnat, I usually tie this in a size 20-22 hook. This fly is made to imitate those no see-ums flies, you know w... ...rom holsingersflyshop.com, This is the very simple to tie Griffith Gnat, I usually tie this i... ...rom holsingersflyshop.com, This is the very simple to tie Griffith Gnat, I usually tie this in a size 20-22 hook. This fly is made to imitate those no...

17. Soft Hackle Hare's Ear - Welcome to the forth episode in our Beginners Series from holsingersflyshop.com. In this episode you will learn how to tie the Soft Hackle Hare's Ear. This is a great fly to have in your box and on your leader any time your fishing wet fly's. I also usually have one of these on a dropper on my nymph leader. The Hares Ear is a generic fly meant to resemble various insects. And as always, please subscribe to our YouTube channel for updates on new patterns and don't forget to check out our website - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...in your box and on your leader any time your fishing wet fly's. I also usually have one of these on a dropper on my nymph leader. The Hares Ear is... ... fishing wet fly's. I also usually have one of these on a dropper on my nymph leader. The Hares Ear is a generic fly meant to resemble various ins... ...in your box and on your leader any time your fishing wet fly's. I also usually have one o... ...in your box and on your leader any time your fishing wet fly's. I also usually have one of these on a dropper on my n...

18. The Last Frontier - Our addiction to steelhead has once again led us to the mighty Situk River in Alaska. The river is home to the largest run of native steelhead left in the world. We hit the road at the end of April, when the peak of the run usually occurs. Conditions in the river were not looking good, with flow dropping as low as 35 CFS before we got there. Unusual mild temperatures and light rain scattered every few days didn't make our life easier. Notwithstanding, good fresh push of spring steelhead were coming in each day down at the lower end. We fished every single inch of the river for 10 consecutive days looking for huge wild steelhead. At the end, we bring home memories of lifetime trophy steelhead. Warning: fishing the Situk River and its beautiful wild steelhead can be addictive. Enjoy fly fishing responsibly. No copyright infringement intended. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Big thanks to Patagonia, Simms, Sage, Lamson, Scientific Anglers. Special thanks to Bob Miller - Situk River Fly Shop - and Annette Harter - Leonard's Landing Lodge. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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19. I usually keep a finder stretched under the camera to avoid getting it wet. The angle isn't low enough before my finger gets wet. The method is not recommended for rough water. (picture) - Close to the surface - Close to the surface - Global FlyFisher

... I usually keep a finder stretched under the camera to avoid getting it wet. The angle isn't low enough before my finger gets wet. The method is not r... ...urface I usually keep a finder stretched under the camera to avoid getting it wet. The angle isn't low enough before my finger gets wet. The method is... ...usually keep a finder stretched under the camera to avoid getting it wet. The angle isn't low enough before my finger gets wet. The method is not reco... ...surface - Close to the surface - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher - I usually keep a finder stretched under the camera to avoid getting it wet. T...

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...t 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 video s... ...at as a hopper or stonefly. I fish this thing about 10 months of the year, usually followed by a tungsten Glossy Back Baetis as ... ...ph that lives in most of our rivers. So, a must have in every nymph box. I usually tie a Czech-nymph style fly for this purpose. I wanted to tie somet... ...ur box and on your leader any time your fishing wet fly's. I also usually have one of these on a dropper on my nymph leader. The Hares Ear is a ge...

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