Videos by Tim Cammisa

Dropper Flies: Part 2

As part of the "From Vise to Water" series, in Part 2 of my Dropper Flies videos, the discussion revolves around dropper as part of a tandem rig. More specifically, we discuss the notion of droppers ABOVE the point fly, discussing types of flies to use in this situation and a method to connect them. I also invite the viewers to be part of the discussion, thus please share your thoughts and ideas in the "Comments" section of the video.

Link to Dropper Flies *Part 1*:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_JUJP-unn4

Link for video on Dropper Loop Knot:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlG5_XKJRj0

Link to fishing droppers off of a dry fly: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rm8mvsJxCI

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly fishing tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Feel free to leave any questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me:

. Fly fishing for beginners can be difficult at first, thus be sure to stick with it and ask others for advice.

Dropper Flies: Part 1

As part of the "From Vise to Water" series, in this episode, the discussion revolves around dropper as part of a tandem rig. More specifically, we discuss the notion of droppers below the point fly, discussing types of flies to use in this situation and a method to connect them. I also invite the viewers to be part of the discussion, thus please share your thoughts and ideas in the "Comments" section of the video.

Link to fishing droppers off of a dry fly: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rm8mvsJxCI

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly fishing tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Feel free to leave any questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me:

. Fly fishers for beginners can be difficult at first, thus be sure to stick with it and ask others for advice.

Differences Between Saddle Hackle and Capes

Selecting hackle in fly tying can be a difficult decision, and a question I get asked a lot is, "What's the difference between saddle hackle and capes?" During this video, I go over some main differences between these two dry fly hackles, and then give some recommendations for purchasing each, including colors:

Tier 1: Grizzly, light/dark dun (barred), and ginger (barred)
Tier 2: Brown/furnace, black, cream

During this video, I also mention the previous one I made titled "Selecting Saddle Hackle", which you can view here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmVoPEN4EcE

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

I appreciate you viewing this fly tying video, and feel free to comment regarding your favorite type of hackle for dry flies. Fly tying for beginners can be difficult at first, thus be sure to stick with it and ask others for advice. Feel free to leave any additional questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me:

Mayer's Mini Leech

There are many leech patterns out there, yet this one may be the fastest I've ever tied; thanks to Landon Mayer for creating this simple yet effective pattern! This pattern is a variation of his original, being that I have modified it slightly for carp...but don't forget that Landon recommends tying this in smaller sizes for trout. More is discussed about the pattern following the tying, and I'd love to hear your thoughts on it as well. This is part of my "Two Minute Tying" series, and it's a great fly that can be tied quickly and easily at the vise.

Featured in this video are the MP003BL hooks from Allen Fly Fishing; you can find those hooks and many others at the following link: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/mp003bl-carp-egg-stinger-standard-wire-barbless/

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

As mentioned in the video, I'm interested in your other patterns that you tie and fish to imitate leeches, thus please mention them below. Fly tying for beginners can be difficult at first, thus be sure to stick with it and ask others for advice. Feel free to leave any additional questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me:

Purchasing Mayfly Nymphs Materials (Part 2)

This is the second video in a two part series on essential items needed to tie mayfly nymphs. Continuing where I left off in Part 1, I discuss materials that I believe are the "must haves" belonging on any fly tying bench in order to tie the most common and effective patterns. If you missed Part 1, please click on the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zw38_JeO4kM

In this video, part 2 of 2, there is a discussion related to the following recommended materials (optional ones listed with an asterisk):

Tails - Pheasant tails
Hungarian Partridge skin
*Mallard / wood duck flank feathers
*Coq de Leon (medium or dark pardo)

Body - Thread (6/0 UNI) in brown, black, tan/cream, and olive
SLF Squirrel Spikey dubbing; black, brown, olive, and natural fox
Hare's mask; tan, *olive
Pheasant tail fibers; natural, *olive
*Turkey biots; black, brown, tan/cream, olive

Wing case - Turkey tail
*Thin Skin; mottled bustard or oak in natural
*UNI Mylar; Holographic Silver Size 12 (3/64")

Legs - Hungarian Partridge skin
*Hen neck; natural (brown), olive, and grizzly

Thorax - Peacock herl
*Hemingway's Peacock dubbing; https://frostyfly.com/shop/dubbing-dispenser-peacock/
Link related to peacock dubbing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-UcFSFupP4

*Hot Spots
*UNI thread; chartreuse or pink
*Glo-Brite floss; chartreuse or pink
*Flashback - UNI Mylar
*Fluorescent beads; chartreuse or pink

As mentioned in this video, I'd love to hear your thoughts about these recommendations, and more importantly, please comment if there was a material missing that you felt deserved a spot on this list. Feel free to leave any additional questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me:

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Biot Body CDC Dry Fly

Certain dry flies have a specific characteristic that tend to capture the attention of difficult trout, but this one has three. With a biot body, Realistic Mayfly Wings, and cdc at the thorax, there is lots going on with this pattern. In this video, I tie a fly to represent the Blue Wing Olive (BWO) mayfly, yet the beauty of the Biot Body CDC Dry Fly is that it can be modified to represent many other mayflies. One additional benefit of this fly is that it can both represent the adult and emerger stages of mayflies, yet another reason why it can be so effective.

Featured in this video are the D103BL hooks from Allen Fly Fishing; you can find those hooks and many others at the following link: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/d103bl-dry-fly-nymph-1xl-barbless/

For more information on the "Realistic May Wings" material and some other great products, visit Frosty Fly’s website: https://frostyfly.com

If you're interested in the Stonfo Elite Hackle Pliers, a location to purchase them can be found here: http://www.amazon.com/Stonfo-Pinza-Elite-Hackle-Plier/dp/B007I5L56S

As mentioned in the video, I'd love to hear from you about your favorite dry flies to fish for difficult trout. Feel free to leave any additional questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me:

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Stonfo Transformer Vise

One of the most common emails I receive is about purchasing vises, as there are many obstacles in selecting one. In this video, I share my current vise that I recommend to others, the Stonfo Transformer. This vise is manufactured by an Italian company, and offers tyers the ability to switch between three heads (standard, streamer, and tube fly). Throughout the video, I share my thoughts about this high quality tool, and give you a closeup view of the components. Near the end, I also show it holding both larger hooks and a TINY one (size 26!).

Stonfo website: http://www.stonfo.com/site/product/642?parent_section_id=4&category_id=133

Websites to purchase: http://www.flyfishing-mart.com/sklep/en/vices-stonfo-vises-g6-a282-p2301-k14669.html#

http://www.nencinisport.it/it/stonfo-art.654-morsetto-transformer.html?RwDet=true&articoli_ID=160194

http://www.troutcatchers.co.uk/acatalog/Stonfo-Transformer-Vice-STF654-5509.html

http://www.whalesback.net/ctl_ec_products_in_category/507/stonfo/

As mentioned in this video, I'd love to hear your thoughts about this vise and others. Feel free to leave any additional questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me:

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Fly Tying Scissors

On a fly tying bench, I believe one of the most important tools is scissors...but not all are created equally! In this video, I discuss my thoughts regarding them, and feature those that I use on a regular basis. For nostalgic tyers, I also show my first pair of fly tying scissors from over 25 years ago.

Links for those scissors featured:

Dr. Slick: http://www.drslick.com/catalog/scissors/razor
Tiemco: http://www.stoneriveroutfitters.com/browse.cfm/tiemco-scissors-curved/4,3207.html
Similar Wire Scissors: http://www.drslick.com/catalog/scissors/tension
Retractable Box Cutter: http://www.stanleytools.com/en-US/products/hand-tools/knives-blades/multi-tool/18mm-retractable-pocket-cutter/10-143p
Flexible Razor Blades: I haven't bought these in awhile, thus email me if you have a link for these; thanks!
Super Shears: http://www.amazon.com/SE-Stainless-Steel-Utility-Scissors/dp/B003N2J0JY

Link to Martin Joergensen's article: http://globalflyfisher.com/tiebetter/scissors/

As mentioned in this video, I'd love to hear your thoughts about scissors that you've also had success with at your tying bench. Feel free to leave any additional questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me:

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Purple Soft Hackle

I love to fish patterns that come with the recommendation to use with heavier tippet because fish absolutely crush them on the take...and this is one of them! I first learned of this pattern many years ago from Eric Stroup and Skip Galbraith, and the "Purple Soft Hackle" has had a spot in my fly box ever since. This fly resembles the emerger stage of the Isonychia Bicolor (aka Slate Drake and Leadwing Coachman), and it's one that can be fished from the summer into the fall. During this video, I first tie the pattern, and then go into specifics regarding its use fly fishing.

In the video, I reference Eric's book, "Common-Sense Fly Fishing." You can find out more about his book at the following link: http://www.amazon.com/Common-Sense-Fly-Fishing-Simple-Lessons/dp/1934753076

Featured in this video are the N202 hooks from Allen Fly Fishing; you can find these hooks and others at the following link: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/n202-nymph-dry-fly/

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

As mentioned in the video, I'd love to hear from you about other Isonychia variations or methods to fish. Feel free to leave any additional questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me:

Purchasing Mayfly Nymphs Materials (Part 1)

One of the most effective ways to consistently catch trout is using nymphs, and catching them on flies tied by yourself is extremely gratifying. Deciding on the correct materials can be an overwhelming and confusing task, thus the purpose of this video is to break that process down into steps, starting with purchasing materials for mayfly nymphs. This video is intended to help the beginner to intermediate fly tyer select quality materials to build or enhance their fly tying collection. The materials discussed in this video are ones that I find essential to tying mayfly nymphs, hence their recommendation to others.

In this video, part 1 of 2, there is a discussion related to the following recommended materials (optional ones listed with an asterisk):

Hooks - 1xl nymph hook with standard or 1x heavy wire
Hook sizes - 50 of sizes 12, 14, & 16 and 25 of sizes 10, 18, & 20
*Same sizes, but a caddis/scud hook with standard or 1x heavy wire
Thread - 6/0 UNI thread in brown, black, tan, and olive
*Same colors, but 8/0 size
Weight (wire) - .010; *.015
Weight (beads) - 2 mm (5/64) & 2.5 mm (3/32) in gold
*2 mm & 2.5 mm in black and silver (disco beads)
*1.5 mm & 3 mm beads for small and large hooks
Ribbing - Copper & silver in size small
*Brown and black in size small
*Black, olive, & brown in size brassie
Head Cement - Sally Hansen "Hard as Nails"

As mentioned in this video, I'd love to hear your thoughts about these recommendations, and more importantly, please comment if there was a material missed. Feel free to leave any additional questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me:

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Generic Jig Nymph

Jig nymphs are nothing new to fly fishing, yet I've noticed that many are hesitant to take that initial plunge. During this video, I go over the tying procedures for a generic jig nymph, and then variations to enhance the pattern. Finally, the last section involves a discussion around fishing with this style of fly. As I mentioned in the video, don't be afraid to experiment and show your creativity when selecting materials to tie these nymphs!

Featured in this video are the J100BL jig hooks from Allen Fly Fishing; you can find these hooks and others at the following link: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/j100bl-jig-nymph-barbless-thin-wire/

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

As mentioned in the video, I'd love to hear from you about your jig nymph variations or method(s) to use. Feel free to leave any additional questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me:

***The fly tied during this video is a larger version of the "Tungsten Torpedo," a fly that fits the generic jig nymph mold perfectly.

Furry Foam Crayfish

Crayfish are an excellent food to imitate, and this one uses "Furry Foam," an easy to obtain material that looks great when wet. Large fish, such as smallmouth bass and brown trout, key on crayfish, especially during the summer. This is a great pattern to try, and I discuss some other colors in the video that I've had success with. Additionally, if you want to reinforce the foam, tie in some copper wire to rib everything with, though this is something I rarely do. Overall, this is an effective pattern that meets that "GISS" qualifier, thus be sure to have confidence fishing this "Furry Foam Crayfish."

Featured in this video are the S402BL hooks from Allen Fly Fishing; you can find these hooks and others at the following link: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/n212bl-nymph-streamer-2xl-barbless/

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

As mentioned in the video, I'd love to hear from you about your favorite crayfish imitations. Feel free to leave any additional questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me:

Online Fly Tying Resources

The Internet has instantly placed thousands of fly tying resources in front of us, which is a wonderful thing. Selecting the right resource for you is where the decision becomes a little more difficult. In this video, I discuss differences that I notice between fly tying websites, share some of my favorites, and ask all of you to tell me about the ones you visit regularly.

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

As mentioned in the video, please share your favorite website(s) in the "Comments" section below; it will be really interesting to see all of the different sites that we use as resources in fly tying. Feel free to leave any additional questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me:

Links to websites listed during this video:

Fly Tying Forum: http://www.flytyingforum.com/
Reddit Fly Tying: https://www.reddit.com/r/flytying/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/tctrout
Loren Williams: http://loren.teamfreestone.com/welcome
Idylwilde Flies: http://www.idylwilde.com/
Trout and Feather: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Tan Caddis Dry Fly

The Tan Caddis is an insect found on so many of our waterways, and there are many flies out there to represent it. This pattern is a variation of many you may know, but can be quickly tied due to the "Caddis Wings" material referenced in the video. Aside from that product, I also share some ways to change this pattern to an emerger and other caddis types. This is part of my "Two Minute Tying" series, and is a great dry fly that can be tied quickly and easily at the vise.

Featured in this video are the D103BL hooks from Allen Fly Fishing; you can find those hooks and many others at the following link: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/d103bl-dry-fly-nymph-1xl-barbless/

For more information on the "Caddis Wings" material and some other great products, visit Frosty Fly’s website: https://frostyfly.com

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

As mentioned in the video, I'd love to hear from you about your favorite caddis dry flies to fish. Feel free to leave any additional questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me:

Hendrickson Dry Fly

Uncle John is back! I'm happy to turn the vise over to my Great Uncle John for his tying of the traditional Hendrickson, Catskill-style. My uncle does a great job showing many fly tying techniques during the procedures section, and then I spend the final part of the video asking him questions related to the Hendrickson, fly tying, and fly fishing. I hope you enjoy watching this one as much as I enjoyed making it.

Thanks go out to Allen Fly Fishing for the use of their D103BL fly tying hooks; you can find those hooks and more at the following link: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/d103bl-dry-fly-nymph-1xl-barbless/

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Uncle John loves to tie and fish this pattern; we'd love to hear from you regarding your favorite dry fly patterns; please comment below. Feel free to leave any additional questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me:

Foam Wing Midge

Midge patterns can be fun to tie, especially easier ones that work well on the water! As part of my "Two Minute Tying" series, this Foam Wing Midge is a simple pattern that I carry in few colors, yet it produces more often than not. During this video, I share my tying procedures first, and then talk more about the pattern in detail.

Thanks go out to Allen Fly Fishing for the use of their N304 fly tying hooks; you can find those hooks and more at the following link: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/n304/

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

I'd love to hear from you regarding your favorite midge patterns; please leave any in the "Comments" section below. Feel free to leave any additional questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com

Maintaining Fly Lines

As part of the "From Vise to Water" series, in this episode, the discussion revolves around cleaning and maintaining your fly line, perhaps the most important piece of fly fishing equipment that's regularly used. I show the specific steps I take when cleaning my lines, and give tips along the way.

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly fishing tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Feel free to leave any questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com

Comparadun Deer Hair Wings

Many dry fly patterns out there are effective, yet one I consistently turn to is the Comparadun tied with a deer hair wing. In this fly tying tutorial, I discuss this great pattern and show the process for tying the complicated wing.

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Feel free to leave any questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com

Head Cements for Fly Tying

In this fly tying tutorial, I discuss an important aspect of fly tying, which is using head cement. Aside from talking about the three most common head cements I use, I also share sample patterns and show the head cement application. There are many more out there that others have had success with, thus feel free to share any that you also would recommend.

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Feel free to leave any questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com

Links for the three head cements discussed:

Sally Hansen: http://www.sallyhansen.com/nails/nail-care/strength-growth/hard-nails

Fly-Tite: http://flyrite.co/gear.htm

Veniard's: http://www.veniard.com/product897/section154/no1-cellire

LW's Sulphur F-Plus

In this fly tying tutorial, I talk about a really unique dry fly from Loren Williams, known as the F-Plus. Mr. Williams took an effective fly, the "F" fly from Europe, and modified it to make it even better! I talk about the changes during this video, additionally focusing on the fact that different types of mayflies can be tied with this pattern. This is a great pattern featuring CDC, and one that comes highly recommended.

To view more patterns at Loren Williams' site, check out the following link: http://loren.teamfreestone.com/welcome

Featured in this fly tying tutorial are the N103S hooks from Allen Fly Fishing; view those hooks and more at the following link: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/d103s-dry-fly-nymph-1xl-straight-eye/

Additionally featured in this video are two products from Stonfo; you can find information at the following links:

Elite Dubbing Twister: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JisMCtyZC9U

Dubbing Loop Clips: http://hareline.com/fo634.html

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Feel free to leave any questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com

Krazy Carper Carp Fly

Featured in this "Two Minute Fly Tying" tutorial is the Krazy Carper from Jamie Kaminski. Though catching the attention of those fly fishing for carp, this pattern is quickly developing into one that's known to be effective with many species. The Krazy Carper is a simple one to tie, and allows for many color combinations and variations with its body material. This is a great fly to fish, with one of the Krazy Carper's most important features being its similarity to the Zonker-style of flies.

Featured in this video are the D202 hooks from Allen Fly Fishing; you can find those hooks and many others at the following link: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/d202-dry-fly-nymph-1xl/

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Feel free to leave any questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com

Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail Variations

Being one of the most popular nymphs of all time, naturally variations of Frank Sawyer's Pheasant Tail have become abundant. In this video, I share two variations of the Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail, and go into detail as to why the changes were made. These are both excellent patterns to fish throughout the water column, and two that I rely on frequently.

Featured in this tutorial are the S402BL hooks from Allen Fly Fishing; you can find those hooks and many more at the following link: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/n212bl-nymph-streamer-2xl-barbless/

For more information on Hemingway's products, you can visit Frosty Fly's website: https://frostyfly.com

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly tying tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Feel free to leave any questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com

Project Healing Waters: 2015 Results

The results of the Project Healing Waters 2015 collection are in! During this YouTube video, I take a moment to thank all who contributed to my Project Healing Waters Collection, which took place in March and April of 2015. My wife and I really appreciate all of the incredibly positive feedback and donations, and are happy to help create awareness with all of the good that Project Healing Waters does. If still interested in contributing or finding a chapter in your area, the link is: http://www.projecthealingwaters.org

During this video, I thanked an individual with a connection to the fly fishing industry. Aaron Letera has some great products available for those interested in quality fly tying materials; I encourage you to view his website: http://www.leteras.com

Thanks for all of the great feedback regarding this collection. I encourage you to view my fly tying videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Feel free to leave any questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com

Dry Fly Floatants

As part of the "From Vise to Water" series, in this episode, I discuss the various dry fly floatants that I use, specifically some used when pretreating and those applied on the water. Nothing is more frustrating than attempting to catch rising trout with a dry fly that won't float, thus I hope this video can be of benefit to all.

Thanks for viewing this YouTube fly fishing tutorial, and I encourage you to view my additional videos at the following website: http://www.troutandfeather.com

Feel free to leave any questions/comments on this YouTube page, or you can email me: tcammisa@gmail.com

The "From Vise to Water" series is a set of videos in which I take flies that I previously have tied on YouTube, and then discuss the next steps taken in order to successfully fish them. The flies featured in this episode, and their appropriate links are:

Sulphur parachute - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acCUorREbGM
X-Caddis - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyuKmbXhjPI
CDC Flying Ant - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1-O9qtf5gc
BWO Comparadun - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZNhYH3Df6g

Products featured in this video (for reference purposes):

Thompson's WaterSeal - http://www.amazon.com/Thompsons-10100-Aerosol-Multi-Surface-Waterproofer...
Bandana - http://www.campmor.com/cotton-bandanas.shtml
Dry fly patch - https://umpqua.com/products/accessories/misc/wonder-cloth-dry-fly-patch
Dry fly powder - http://www.epoxyproducts.com/silica.html
Dry Magic - http://www.amazon.com/Umpqua-Tiemco-Dry-Magic/dp/B008DRI6C6
Loon Easy Dry - http://www.amazon.com/Loon-Outdoors-Desiccant-Fishing-Dries/dp/B00JCBDM12

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