This video illustrates how to tie a Prince Nymph for fly fishing.
Prince Nymph Fly
Watch this video to learn how to tie a Prince Nymph for fly fishing.
Watch this video for a narrated step by step on tying the Hare's Ear Nymph fly
Braiding the butt of this nymph fly to make it look more natural in the water, it can represent any swimming, burrowing, or even crawling nymph. You'll impress those fish with this.
Nymph fly fishing is pretty tough and requires some key elements to make it successful. With this video you'll learn how much weight you'll need to use for your lure, how to cast and lure properly, as well as what sort of equipment you should have with you.
Demonstration of tying the Pheasant Tail Nymph for fly fishing. This is a good overall nymph that can be used for many species.
This is an instructional video on tying Phil's Beadhead Golden Stonefly Nymph for fly fishing.
Fly Tying Lesson 6 for Beginners. This lesson shows what you need and how to make your own fishing flies. In this fly tying tutorial Dave Cammiss demonstrates a 'Montana Nymph'.
WAtch this fly fishing video and learn how to tie a Hare's Ear Nymph.
This is a somewhat traditional flashback pheasant tail. Learn how to tie it in the fly fishing video.
Learn some great tips on how to make a pheasant tail nymph for fly fishing in this free fishing video series on techniques for and making fly fishing nymphs. Part 1 of 17 - How to Make a fly fishing nymph. Make a fly fishing nymph - Part 2 of 17. Click through to watch this vi ...more
Are you a fly fishing enthusiast? Learn how to tie the "265 Nymph", a fly said to have fooled the catch of a lifetime in the form of a 26 1/2" Brown trout on the West Branch of the Delaware. Chosen as Trout Predator Online's fly of the month for March 2008.
Tight Lines Fly Fishing Co. proudly presents Ross Mueller Tying his BWO nymph. This how-to shows how to make the BWO nymph. This is a great lure to use when fly fishing and catch all those fish you always wanted.
Fly Tying Lesson 4 for Beginners. This lesson shows what you need and how to make your own fishing flies. In this fly tying tutorial Dave Cammiss demonstrates a ' Pheasant Tail Nymph '.
Frank Sawyer, river keeper on Englands' Wiltshire Avon, designed an elegantly simple nymph that sinks quickly and imitates various Baetis mayfly species. Sawyer's nymph had only two ingredients: pheasant tail fibers and copper wire. The wire was used as an underbody, to attach ...more
That's a long name! Instruction on tying this long named fly. Just call it the GBF-PT for fly fishing.
Demonstration of tying a Gold Ribbed Hares Ear Nymph for fly fishing
Need some advice on fly fishing? Fly fishing is a distinct and ancient angling method of fishing, most notably as a method of catching trout or salmon. Fly fishing is also well employed today for a large variety of species other than trout and salmon, including pike, bass, pan ...more
This is a great freestone and pocketwater nymph. It can be tied in a variety of colors to match mayflies and stoneflies. Just watch and learn from the silent master.
Last time we took a look at some of the creatures of the pond, including the dragonfly nymph. Today, we examine the all-grown-up dragonflies in the field you are used to seeing on summer days! Dragonflies are not dangerous, but the extra large ones can bite you something fierc ...more
Check out this video and learn how to tie a great Yarn Strike Indicator with Alain Barthelemy. This fly has been a staple at Trout Predator Online since the beginning, and was chosen as fly of the month for December 2007. When winter comes around and the dry flies dry up, this ...more
Use this knot to attach the fly to your tippet when you want a loop that allows the fly to move freely. It gives streamers, nymphs, and popping bugs a deadly action. Don't use the nonslip loop knot on dry flies or on hooks smaller than a #12.
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If you have a taste for sweets, you have at least one thing in common with mosquitoes. While too much sugar is unhealthy for humans, a new product makes sweets deadly to mosquitoes. At a presentation at the 254th meeting of the American Chemical Society, in Washington DC, res ...more
Bed bugs are parasites not yet known to spread disease — but they cause plenty of irritation. As scientists and landlords search for new ways to deal with the pests, a new study examines how we can deter bed bugs without so many chemicals. While they don't infect us with anyt ...more
News : Heart-Damaging 'Kissing Bug' Parasite Infects Thousands a Year in the US — & You May Not Know Until It's Too Late
Take a close look at the image above. These bugs spread a deadly parasite that infects thousands of people each year. They also live in the US, and it's important to know where they are and whether you need to worry that they're carrying a dangerous infection. Triatoma bugs a ...more