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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 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 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 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

How To : Tie a uni knot when fly fishing

The best knot for you is any good knot that you can tie quickly and strongly. So wouldn't it be great if you could tie all three connections with the same motion and if that motion were based on the first and simplest knot you learned as a child--the overhand knot? It turns ou ...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 the 265 Nymph for fly fishing

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.

How To : Tie the Compara Spinner for fly fishing

Enjoy fly fishing on the weekends? Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to tie the "Compara Spinner", TPO's fly of the month for May 2008. This dry fly is an Isonychia imitation and the dubbing used in this tutorial makes it super effective. Fool a big one up ...more

How To : Tie a surgeon's knot when fly fishing

To add tippet to your leader, overlap a piece of tippet by no more than six to 8 inches with the end of the leader. Make a double overhand knot in the middle of the overlapped pieces, being sure to pass both the end of the leader and the entire tippet twice through the loop. W ...more

How To : Tie the BWO nymph for fly fishing

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.

How To : Tie a Gray White for fly fishing

This fly pattern is a streamer that is fished right below the surface. It imitates a bait fish (shad) and was tied originally to catch carp, but is a useful pattern for any freshwater or saltwater fish feeding on bait and fry.

How To : Tie the gulper special when fly fishing

A parachute-style dry fly has several advantages over a standard hackled dry fly. The parachute name comes from the fly's propensity for soft, upright landings that don't spook trout. The body of the fly rides lower the surface film like a real mayfly and some people find the ...more

How To : Tie a Parachute Adams for fly fishing

In this fly tying video series, get free fly tying instructions for tying a Parachute Adams dry fly from expert fly fisherman Jeff Wilkins. Jeff will teach you what fly tying materials you will need to tie the Parachute Adams and will give you a list of the materials you will ...more

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 Rubber Leg Stonefly for fly fishing

Are you a fly fishing enthusiast? Check out this instructional video and learn how to tie the "Rubber Leg Stonefly", TPO's fly of the month for June 2008. A favorite "anchor fly", this one is deadly out west but you will be surprised with your success at home as well.

How To : Tie a hemostat blood knot when fly fishing

Connecting a fragile tippet to the leader can be frustrating and time consuming. Dr. Mark Lamos has a quick method that delivers a connection as strong as a blood knot. With practice, you'll be able to make this connection in less than a minute. Tie a hemostat blood knot when ...more

How To : Tie the Yarn Strike Indicator for fly fishing

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

How To : Tie the "big, black and ugly" fly

In this video tutorial, Flashback Max from Alaskaflyfish.net shows you how to make what he calls the "big, black and ugly" fly. It's an articulated leech fly, made from materials like rabbit fur, feathers and a big mosquito hook. It may not be pretty, but the fish will still l ...more

How To : Tie a nonslip loop knot when fly fishing

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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