Videos by Henrys Fork Anglers

Cabin Fever

Everyone gets a little "Cabin Fever" this time of the year, so HFA Guides Andy Jenkins and Tyler Treece decided they couldn't take it anymore and hit the water. This is just some good old fish action that will get the blood flowing and make you want to get on the water.

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Brassie

In this instructional video you will see the step by step process of tying a Brassie pattern. This fly pattern has been around for some time now and is still very effective. It can be tied in many different colors by just changing the color of wire you are using. Everyone should have a couple of these in there box just in case.

Materials:
Hook: Daiichi 1560 #16
Thread: UTC 70 Black
Abdomen: Ultra Wire Brassie Amber
Thorax: Peacock Herl

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WD40

In this instructional video you will see the step by step process of tying a WD40. The WD40 is a great go to pattern for rivers as well as lakes. We use the tungsten version of this fly on Hebgen Lake a lot during the summer. This pattern has been around a longtime and its ability to produce has added to its long life. Next time you are on the water give this fly a try.

Materials
Hook: Daiichi 1120 #16-20
Thread: UTC 70 Blue Dun
Tail: Mallard Flank Dyed Wood Duck
Thorax: Light Grey Antron Dubbing
Wingcase: Mallard Flank Dyed Wood Duck

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Mercury Black Beauty

This video gives step by step instructions on tying the Mercury Black Beauty which was developed by Pat Dorsey. This is a great little midge pattern, next time you are on the water give this bug a try.

Materials:
Hook: Daiichi 1310 #18-24
Bead: Tyers Bead Quick Silver Glass Small
Thread: UTC 70 Black
Rib: Ultra Wire Copper Small
Thorax: Super Fine Dubbing Black

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UV Midge Emerger

This is a step by step instructional video on tying a UV Midge Emerger. It is a great pattern to fish just below the surface as a dropper but can also be fishing deep below an indicator. Give it a try.

Materials:
Hook: Daiichi 1120 #16-20 (or smaller)
Thread: UTC 70 Black
Rib: Ultra Wire Gold Small
Wing: UV Minnow Belly
Thorax: Superfine Dubbing Black

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Griffith's Gnat

Learn step by step how to tie a Griffith's Gnat. This little midge dry is one of the best and most effective patterns out there when fishing for trout on any water shed.

Materials:
Hook: Daiichi 1110 #16-24
Thread: UTC 70 Black
Underbody: Peacock Herl
Hackel: Whiting 100 Grizzly

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Orange Asher

Simplicity at it finest. This is a step by step instruction on how to tie an Orange Asher. It is a great midge dry fly that has been around for a longtime and works really well. It is nothing fancy but it works great.

Materials:
Hook: Daiichi 1110 #16-22
Thread: Danville 70 Denier Orange
Hackle: Whiting 100 Grizzly

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Tungsten Flash Bang Midge

Devan Ence tying one of his signature fly patterns from Solitude Fly Company. If you are looking for a killer midge dropper look no further. This pattern can be tied in any color to match the situation and it doesn't hurt that the fish love to eat this bug. The original pattern had a glass bead on it but out of demand from some of the Henry's Fork Anglers guide staff there is now a tungsten version.

Materials List:
Hook: Daiichi 1130 #16 (#16-20 are the prime sizes)
Bead: 3/32 Black Nickel Tungsten
Thread: UTC 70 Black
Abdomen: Hollow Micros Tubing Blood Red
Wingcase; Pearl Micro Flashabou 1/100
Legs: Flouro Fibre

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Tungsten Zebra Midge

Learn how to tie a Tungsten Zebra Midge.
(The fly in the video is a #18 Black Tungsten Zebra Midge)

The Tungsten Zebra Midge is one of the staple patterns for our guides here on the Henry's Fork and is always a great fly to have in your fly box for any river system.

Materials List:
Hook: Daiichi 1120 #14-20
Bead: Silver Tungsten 2.8mm-1.5mm
Thread: UTC 70 Black
Wire: Small Ultra Wire Silver

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Salmonfly Invasion

This is a short film of the epic Salmonfly fishing on the Henry's Fork River in Idaho. A few of the guides hit the water on there days off and really had the opportunity to take advantage of the hatch.

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Hen Saddle Matuka

The Hen Saddle Matuka is another fly that is apart of Mike's Deadly Dozen. In this video Mike Lawson talks about why he likes the Hen Saddle Matuka and gives detailed instructions on tying the pattern. Mike says "This is down and dirty". This is a must have pattern for any serious streamer fisherman.
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