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1. Chrome Torpedoes - Steelhead usually begin entering the streams in early fall, right behind the salmon. Since steelhead are coldblooded, they usually become less active and feed less in the winter. But if you happen to hook into one…make sure you hold on for the ride! - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Chrome Torpedoes - Steelhead usually begin entering the streams in early fall, right behind the salmon. Since steelhead are coldblooded, they usually... ...Most views By date A-Z Originators Search About Chrome Torpedoes Steelhead usually begin entering the streams in early fall, right b... ...ehind the salmon. Since steelhead are coldblooded, they usually become less active and feed less in the winter. But if you happen to hook into one…m... ... are welcome Chrome Torpedoes - Steelhead usually begin entering the streams in early fall, right behind the salmon. Since steelhead are coldblooded, ...

2. Better fishing pictures: Flies - We feature a ton a fly pictures on this site and emphasize good quality in these pictures. This is an article about you can get the best shots of your flies. - Global FlyFisher

...ally did the job well. Real macro lenses can go really close. The range is usually expressed as ... ...option is a set of bellows , but they are both rare and expensive and will usually give you much more magnification than you ... ...amp through the top at an angle. Sometimes I use two flashes or lamps, but usually one is sufficient if it's placed the right way. + + In the box Mart... ... shooting it. The easy way is simply to lay it on a flat surface, but that usually has a few unwanted effects: 1 the fly tends to become a bit squashe...

3. Kayak flyfishing - Global FlyFisher

...landic style kayaks are best mounted on a flat beach or from a low pier. I usually secure all gear to the kayak while it is on the beach... ...ar for kayakers As a kayaking flyfisher you will need little else than you usually tote along. Any rod suited for your usual... ...a boat will be well prepared, but if you usually go for trout, pike, bass or other species hunted close to the surface, your will almost certainly hav... ...tom. On the water is usually much better, but not ideal. The current will most likely grab the line, and give you more resistance than you might want....

4. Rediscovering the Genesee River - Fish stories - Wading into the Genesee River and matching wits with the fish is one of Bob Stewart's passions. The 71-year-old loves fly fishing because it's usually an up-close-and-personal encounter with the fish. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...usually an up-close-and-personal encounter with the fish. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher - A Good Place to go for... ... Bob Stewart's passions. The 71-year-old loves fly fishing because it's usually an up-close-and-personal encounter with the fish. Originator: max schu... ... of Bob Stewart's passions. The 71-year-old loves fly fishing because it's usually an up-close-and-personal encounter with the fish. - fly fishing vid... ...usually an up-close-and-personal encounter with the fish. - fly fishing video channel Rediscovering the Genesee River - Fish stories - Wading into the...

5. 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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6. 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...

7. 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

...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 videos,... ... 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 ... ... 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.OregonFlyFishingB... ...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 ...

8. Sea Trout Bonanza - In the fall sea trout will sometimes form schools. Usually its the smaller ones but sometimes when the conditions are right you find the big ones.ramme en flok med mange store fisk i mellem. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Sea Trout Bonanza - In the fall sea trout will sometimes form schools. Usually its the smaller ones but sometimes when the conditions are right you f... ...About Sea Trout Bonanza In the fall sea trout will sometimes form schools. Usually its the smaller ones but sometimes when t... ...m schools. Usually its the smaller ones but sometimes when the conditions are right you find the big ones.ramme en flok med mange store fisk i mellem.... ...ea Trout Bonanza - In the fall sea trout will sometimes form schools. Usually its the smaller ones but sometimes when the conditions are right you fin...

9. 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...

10. 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...

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