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How To : Tie the Green Butt Fly for fly fishing

John Berry demonstrates tying the Green Butt Fly, an effective springtime fly for fly fishing on the White River System in Arkansas. Filmed at the 2007 FFF Southern Council Conclave in Mountain Home, AR.

How To : Tie a Booby for fly fishing

Fly Tying Intermediate Lesson 2. This lesson shows what you need and how to make your own fishing flies. In this fly tying tutorial Dave Cammiss demonstrates a 'Booby'. This fly is most often used in the British Isles and is also known as Plastazote Pills.

How To : Tie a Minkie for fly fishing

Fly Tying Lesson 9 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 'Minkie'.

How To : Tie a buzzer for fly fishing

Fly Tying Lesson 1 for Beginners. This lesson from David Cammiss shows what you need and how to make your own fishing flies. This fly tying tutorial demonstrates a buzzer.

How To : Tie the perfection loop for fly fishing

Learn how to tie the Perfection Loop knot for fly fishing, with this helpful instructional video. 1. To start the perfection loop, hold the standing line in one hand, and with your other hand create a loop about one-and-a-half inches in diameter that crosses behind the standi ...more

How To : Tie the "Rhody flatwing" for fly fishing

Watch as Capt. Corey walks us through tying this Rhode Island classic, "The Rhody Flatwing". Pick up tips and hints that will help you learn this pattern and improve your skills. You have every chance to learn something here, so don't waste it.

How To : Tie "Barry's pike fly" for fly fishing

Flashback Max ties Barry's Pike Fly, so watch and learn. He likes the saltwater hooks, because they're stronger, but if you want to do it with a cheaper, weaker hook, well, don't come crying when it doesn't work.

How To : Tie the Symphony Leech for fly fishing

Sister Carol Anne Corley demonstrates tying her Symphony Leech for fly fishing, a very effective pattern for smallmouth and other fish. Filmed at the 2007 FFF Southern Council Conclave in Mountain Home, Arkansas.

How To : Tie a "basic flesh fly" for fly fishing

Flashback Max ties the Basic Alaskan Flesh Fly. It could be very simple, yet very, very complicated, articulated, flesh flies. So pay close attention, not that anybody's calling you an idiot or anything. I'm sure you could do it just fine.

How To : Tie the improved clinch knot when fly fishing

The improved clinch knot is one of the most common ways to attach a fly to the leader. It is weaker than most other fly-to-tippet knots, but has enough strength to land most fish in most situations. Use this knot to attach a small diameter tippet to a heavy wire hook, or when ...more

How To : Tie the slim beauty knot for fly fishing

Tie a double overhand knot 4" from the end of the shock tippet or other material to which you want to connect your class tippet. Gently tighten the double overhand knot, but only until it turns over and forms a figure-eight. This leaves two gaps through which you can pass the ...more

How To : Tie the fly fishing line to the backing

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to tie a fly fishing line to the backing. Users will need a nail knot tool. Put the backing into the tool, leaving about 6 inches sticking out. The wrap the line around the tool 5 times, pushing the loops together. Take the end of the ...more

How To : Tie knots for fly fishing

In this video, learn from commercial fisherman brian Lee how to tie knots for fly fishing! Fly fishing requires two simple knots, which are the clinch knot and the loop-to-loop connection. Discover how to tie an improved fisherman's knot for fly fishing with help from a pro!

How To : Tie the "stimulator" for fly fishing

A two part lesson, this will show you how to meticulously and correctly tie the stimulator fly. You'll be stimulated to go fishing right away. You'll see. Part 1 of 2 - How to Tie the "stimulator" for fly fishing. Part 2 of 2 - How to Tie the "stimulator" for fly fishing.

How To : Tie the "comparadun" for fly fishing

In two video clips, see how to tie the Comparadun. See how to add the Comparadun wing, then finish the fly with a tail and the body. Part 1 of 2 - How to Tie the "comparadun" for fly fishing. Part 2 of 2 - How to Tie the "comparadun" for fly fishing.

How To : Tie bass flies for fly fishing

Enjoy fly fishing on the weekends? Check out this instructive video and learn how to tie a bass fishing fly. Great for that juicy bass you have your eyes on, this fly's design is bound to catch one's attention.

How To : Tie the WD40 for fly fishing

Are you a fly fishing enthusiast? Check out this video and learn how to tie the WD40, Trout Predator Online's September Fly of the Month. Aaron Jasper goes through the process of tying this trout catching fly in this tutorial.

How To : Tie a Crawfish for fly fishing

This pattern is a great fly to use for fly fishing when fish are feeding on the bottom. Crawfish are a major part of a trout's diet, and hence this pattern is one to use when you want a "go to" fly to produce results.

How To : Tie a Woolly Bugger for fly fishing

In this fly tying video series, learn how to tie the Woolly Bugger fly from expert fly tying expert Jeff Wilkins. Jeff will tell you what materials are needed to tie a Woolly Bugger, and he will demonstrate how to lay the base a Woolly Bugger, how to tie the tail of a Woolly B ...more

How To : Tie the Clouser minnow in fly fishing

Clouser's approach to fly design begins and ends onstream, with a lot of time spent in between at the workbench. Careful observation of the behaviors, habitats, and physical features of the foods fish eat is essential to developing a fly that looks and acts like the real thing ...more

How To : Tie a Uni Midge for fly fishing

The Uni Midge fly is a relatively easy to tie pattern which is great for fly fishing trout and all other fish that feed on midges, one of the most important food supplies for trout. The uni-stretch material makes the body build up very quickly using a lot less wraps than tradi ...more

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