Watch this video to learn how to tie a Marabou Streamer for fly fishing.
Tie a Streamer Fly
In this how-to video you will learn to tie the yellow trout fox streamer. Tight Lines is highlighting this fly because it has become a top producer as a searching pattern for trout. Fish this fly down and across for aggressive fish. This will get you plenty of those fish you a ...more
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.
This how-to video is about how to tie the Murdich Minnow streamer. This pattern was designed as a striper fly but has become one of the Tight Lines guides top producer for Smallmouth bass in our rivers.
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.
Check out this instructional fishing video that demonstrates how to fly tie for beginners. In this fly tying tutorial, Dave demonstrates the "Baby Doll". This is the pattern that goes back to the early 1970s that caused a minor revolution in its time. This is a very simple and ...more
Learn advanced fly tying knots and techniques when you're an amateur fly fisherman in a safe and efficient way in this free video series. Part 1 of 15 - How to Tie fly fishing knots, casts & equipment. Tie fly fishing knots, casts & equipment - Part 2 of 15. Click through to w ...more
Tying line to line knots in fly fishing. Learn about fly fishing knots, equipment, and techniques in this free video. Part 1 of 7 - How to Tie fly fishing line to line knots. Tie fly fishing line to line knots - Part 2 of 7. Click through to watch this video on expertvillage.c ...more
Line to hook knots in fly fishing. Learn about fly fishing knots, equipment, and techniques in this free video. Part 1 of 7 - How to Tie fly fishing line to hook knots. Tie fly fishing line to hook knots - Part 2 of 7. Click through to watch this video on expertvillage.com Tie ...more
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
The most important aspect of fly fishing is the fly! In this tutorial, learn how to tie a fly to your line for fly fishing. You will learn how to attach a fly to the leader on your line. A fly isn't attached to a fly fishing line because the leader is attached to the fly line, ...more
Learn how to make this excellent knot to tie for fly fishing and tying flies to tippets or simply any lure to monofiament line.
Fly Tying Intermediate Lesson 3. This lesson shows what you need and how to make your own fishing flies. In this fly tying tutorial Dave Cammiss demonstrates a 'Klinkhammer'.
Barry Dauphin demonstrates tying the Crackleback fly for fly fishing. Normally tied for trout, he finds it an effective fly for bluegill. Filmed at the 2007 FFF Conclave in Mountain Home, Arkansas.
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.
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!
Watch this video to learn how to tie a cobia fly for fly fishing.
Watch this video to learn how to tie an Epoxy fly for fly fishing.
Watch this video to learn how to tie the Shark fly for fly fishing.
Watch this video to learn how to tie the Spoon fly for fly fishing. This is devastating for the red fish.
Watch this video to learn how to tie a Schminnow fly.
Alaskaflyfish.net's Flashback Max demonstrates how to tie an interesting and unusual fly. Max uses foxtail in the video, but artificial fibers can also be used. It's an experimental model - untried at the time the video was posted - but you're invited to give it a try in the f ...more
Fly Tying lesson 11 for beginners. In this fly tying tutorial Dave Cammiss demonstrates a "Cormorant".
Tie a "brassie" for fly fishing.
This video illustrates how to tie a stone fly for fly fishing.
Fly Tying Lesson 10 for Beginners. In this fly tying tutorial Dave Cammiss demonstrates 'The Stickfly'.
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.
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'.
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.
Flashback Max ties the Baby Fry pattern, and shows you how, so you can catch that big fish you'll be bragging about for years to come.
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.
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.
The pink wog (also known as the techno wog) is a silly-looking fly that gets the job done. Designed to float on the surface, it attracts silvers and other fish. The supplies are rather exotic: a marabou tail, deer hair dyed pink, and more. It's also a very messy fly to make, a ...more
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.
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.
Barrett from the Caddis Fly shop demonstrates how to tie a black mini leech for fly fishing.
See how to tie a steelhead fly here. Now. Really. You're going to want to go right out and fish after this.
Watch this video to learn how to tie a redfish slider fly for fly fishing.
Watch this video to learn how to tie a glass minnow fly for catching Spanish Mackerel Albacore.
Watch this video to learn how to tie an easy redfish fly for fly fishing.
Watch this video to learn how to tie the Bend Back fly for fly fishing.
Watch this video to learn how to tie the Weedless Seaducer fly.
Watch this video to learn how to tie the Clouser minnow fly.
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.
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.
Watch this video for a narrated step by step on tying the CL(caddis Larvae)
Watch this video for a narrated step by step on tying the Mickey Finn fly.
Watch this video for a narrated step by step on tying the McKay Special fly.
Barrett from the Caddis Fly ties a chironomid midge pupa fly, a great stillwater trout pattern for the Oregon lakes fishing.
This little yellow sally platform is one of the best dry fly patterns on the Lower McKenzie River in June in the evenings.
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.
This sponge spider pattern was invented by Bobby Gray at Fly and Shot Outfitters and is a great overall terrestrial pattern to use for fly fishing bass, trout, and bluegill. It is also great to use an indicator fly with a dropper below it.
In this how to video series, learn how to tie the bunny leach fly from professional fly fishing guide Jeff Wilkins. Jeff will teach you and demonstrate for you the bunny leach fly pattern. Part 1 of 5 - How to Tie the bunny leach fly. Tie the bunny leach fly - Part 2 of 5. Cli ...more
Learn how to tie saltwater flies using new fly tying materials and techniques. These flies are for redfish, snook, tarpon, bonefish striped bass, and many other species.
This is a good midge pupa or baetis imitation, especially for tailwaters. So see how to tie it here.
Ken Bohannon demonstrates tying the Dahlberg Diver, a deerhair fly - for fly fishing. Part 1 - Preparation, adding the tail and the hair collar. Part 2 - Spinning and Stacking Hair. Part 3 - Shaping the hair. Part 4 - Final Touches. Ken applies the final touches including the ...more
See how to tie the Foam Spider Fly for fly fishing.
Tie weed guards for saltwater fly fishing flies. Watch this video to learn how it's done. Learn what fly tying materials to use and what techniques to use for weed guards on saltwater flies and bass flies.
This video illustrates how to tie a Prince Nymph for fly fishing.
This video illustrates how to tie a bass bug for fly fishing.