Published Feb 3. 2017 - 7 years ago

Social Media and Fly Tying: Part Two

Social Media is definitely now integrated into fly tying, thus how much do you value and utilize it on a regular basis? In this second video of a two-part series, I summarize thoughts and opinions that many of you sent from the first video. Thank you for the feedback, and if you feel I missed anything, please let me know.

Facebook suggestions:
Jesse Maughan: Fly tying with Uncle Cheech
Robert Andersson: Fly Tying for Beginners and Improvers
Joseph C Sylvia: Galloup Streamer Fans
Mike P.:
*Fly Tying Patterns and Videos
*The Seven Continents of Fly Fishing and Fly Tying
*Bug Bond: The art of engineering flies
Jim Paden:
*Fly Tying Material Swap
*Fly Tiers Anonymous
*The Art of Fly Tying and Fishing
*FlyFishing/Tying Classifieds
*The Classic Wet Fly and Streamers Tyers Page
*Warm Water Tyer
*Popper Nation Fanpage
*Flyfishing Buy Sell Trade
Jason King: Vise Rehab
Michael Hopkins: Tenkara Kebari Library
Jerry Donnelly:
*Reflections on Fly Fishing
*Fly Tying Nation

Instagram suggestions:
Nolan Pearson:


Paul Quiroga

Andrew Dang: @adflyfishing
Carson: @saltflies


Davie McPhail
Tightline Productions
Darrion Clouse: Pat Cohen
Jason King:
*In the Riffle
*Fly Fish Food
*Gunnar Brammer
*Fly Fishing the Ozarks
*The Weekly Fly


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I'm excited to feature music by His Beard, and the song in this video is "The Wilderness Experience." For more information, check out His Beard here:

Fly fishing for beginners can be difficult at first, thus be sure to stick with it and ask others for advice. If in the need for some helpful tips and other fly tying and fly fishing information, be sure to check out my "Trout and Feather" accounts on Facebook and Instagram...

Link to Part One:


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